The blue water of the J.C. Nichols Fountain proved to be a perfect engagement photo backdrop Thursday for Brett Budke, 33, and his fiancee, Jessica Geiss, 27, both of Olathe. And the timing couldn’t have been better, with the Royals having clinched a berth in the World Series the day before and Brett Budke being named after Hall of Famer George Brett. The couple are Kansas City natives and both longtime Royals fans. “It was a fun day today to do our pictures right after the game,” Budke said. “What a fun time for the city. It is fun to be able to support the Royals and feel good about it.”
The blue water of the J.C. Nichols Fountain proved to be a perfect engagement photo backdrop Thursday for Brett Budke, 33, and his fiancee, Jessica Geiss, 27, both of Olathe. And the timing couldn’t have been better, with the Royals having clinched a berth in the World Series the day before and Brett Budke being named after Hall of Famer George Brett. The couple are Kansas City natives and both longtime Royals fans. “It was a fun day today to do our pictures right after the game,” Budke said. “What a fun time for the city. It is fun to be able to support the Royals and feel good about it.” David Pulliam The Kansas City Star
The blue water of the J.C. Nichols Fountain proved to be a perfect engagement photo backdrop Thursday for Brett Budke, 33, and his fiancee, Jessica Geiss, 27, both of Olathe. And the timing couldn’t have been better, with the Royals having clinched a berth in the World Series the day before and Brett Budke being named after Hall of Famer George Brett. The couple are Kansas City natives and both longtime Royals fans. “It was a fun day today to do our pictures right after the game,” Budke said. “What a fun time for the city. It is fun to be able to support the Royals and feel good about it.” David Pulliam The Kansas City Star

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