We at Watch The Yard love to see love between members of Black fraternities and sororities and this week we are featuring a couple who graduated from Florida Atlantic University, have built a strong and beautiful relationship, and now are getting married.
This week’s Watch The Yard Sweethearts are Kareem Virgo & Sandy Isaac, members of Alpha Phi Alpha and Alpha Kappa Alpha who recently did an engagement shoot that blew us away.
Kareem is an accounting specialist and founder of Reem Photography, LLC. who is finishing up an MBA and was initiated into Alpha Phi Alpha through the fraternity’s Upsilon Theta Chapter in the Spring of 2015. The bride-to-be, Sandy, is an HR Manager for iPic Entertainment and a Fall 2016 initiate of the Chi Psi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha.
For their engagement shoot, the couple did a sleek and classy shoot with Stanlo Photography. The shoot highlights the couple’s beauty and also their BGLO affiliations.
“There were specific things about our relationship that we wanted to share for our engagement shoot. Our love for God, our love for photography and fashion and our organizations that we hold near and dear to our hearts. With everything going on in the world today, we want to promote Black love and everything about it. Both of our organizations withstood trials and tribulations and just like our Founders, we are proud to uphold the legacy,” Kareem told Watch The Yard.
Check out the photos below and prepare to be blown away.
Makeup artist: Thalia Robinson Artistry
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