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Brewery Engagement Session | HUB co. Brewing | Carolyn & Kyle

Alright, folks, buckle up because I'm about to spill the beans on one of the coolest engagement sessions I've ever had the pleasure of shooting. Picture this: Carolyn and Kyle, two lovebirds with a serious knack for fun, decided to shake things up and have their session at none other than Hub Co Brewing in Mission, BC. And let me tell you, it was a blast from start to finish. It was brew-tiful!


First things first, let's talk vibes. Hub Co Brewing isn't your average brewery—it's got this awesome mix of industrial charm and cozy vibes thanks to all the plants, textures, and warm wood tones. It's like walking into your favorite neighborhood spot, but with the added bonus of craft beer on tap.


Now, let's talk about the lighting. Oh man, it was on point. The brewery had this natural glow about it that made everything look like it was straight out of a magazine. Seriously, I couldn't have asked for better lighting if I tried.


But here's the best part: the atmosphere. Hub Co Brewing was kind enough to let us take over the joint for the day, which meant Carolyn, Kyle, and I got to hang out, sip on some brews, and even get a little competitive with a game of giant Jenga. Talk about breaking the ice!


As we wandered around the brewery, snapping pics and soaking in the good vibes, it was clear that Carolyn and Kyle were in their element. Whether they were cozying up by the bar or goofing off in the taproom, their love was front and center, and it made for some seriously epic shots.


And let me tell you, by the end of the session, I was buzzing with excitement (and not just from the beer). Carolyn and Kyle's brewery engagement session was a reminder that love is all about having fun and making memories together.


So here's to love, laughter, and cold brews at Hub Co Brewing. Carolyn and Kyle, you two are an absolute dream to work with, and I can't wait to see what adventures lie ahead for you both. Cheers! 🍻



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