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By Alexandra Zaslow

Andrea Stocks made one couple very happy after she caught their proposal on camera.

Stocks, a Wisconsin photographer, was in Grant Park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to take a high schooler's senior photos last week when she saw Isaiah Espino proposing to Gabriela Webster in the distance.

Isaiah Espino proposing to Gabriela Webster
Courtesy of Andrea Nicole Stocks

"I didn't even think, I was in shock so my first instinct was to snap some photos," Stocks told TODAY.com.

She was hesitant to put the photos online in case the couple was waiting to tell their family, but decided to share the beautiful moment with just her Facebook friends.

Thanks to the Internet, the photos traveled around and people were messaging Webster asking if she got engaged. Even her fiance messaged her saying, "hey, we're famous" after coming across the photos online.

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Eventually they connected with Stocks and reunited with their photos.

Isaiah Espino proposing to Gabriela Webster
Courtesy of Andrea Nicole Stocks

"We're both so grateful," Webster told TODAY.com. "As soon as I found out I just started crying. I don't have that many memories captured, so it makes these photos even more special."

The couple had an instant connection with Stocks and asked her to be their wedding photographer.

"I want her to be there on that special day anyway, so it just kind of worked out," Webster said.

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The couple was struggling to come up with a creative way to tell their families and Stocks made that possible for them.

"To be able to tell my family in such a unique way was so awesome for me," Webster said. "I will cherish these photos forever."

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Courtesy of Andrea Nicole Stocks