Earlier in April, we loaded our car with a wild bouquet and delicate head piece and drove to down to beautiful and lush Kyogle in New South Wales. The roads were still being cleaned up after cyclone Debbie and it was a bit of a wild drive until we reached Renee's mum's gorgeous property in the bush. We didn't let the rain, mud or vanishing light stop us from having a gorgeous sunset engagement session with these two whose wedding is coming up next year. They brought their puppies Jenga & Bailey along for some photos of their entire little family. After the shoot, Renee's mum Jeannine invited us for a delicious dinner up at her house. We had an excellent day.
Congratulations on your engagement, lovers. Enjoy your photos. xx
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What better date to choose for your engagement session than your anniversary. Tiffany and Jason let us tag along for a stroll through the park at sunset. Their next anniversary will be as husband & wife.
Some fun in the woods with this sweet family and some florals. Wedding photos coming up next!
We met these two sweethearts at an expo in March and they were the lucky winners of a floral frenzy engagement photography session! On a lovely afternoon in April, we ventured out into nature at sunset and shot their photos.
These two sweethearts surprised us with a bottle of champagne when we met for their engagement session at groovy Old Petrie Town, so obviously we were off to a fabulous start. There were lush florals, confetti, lots of giggles and a gorgeous historic backdrop.
Puppy Jake, flowers, milky skies and gorgeous ocean sunrise vibes made this morning a bit special, indeed. Congratulations on your engagement, Beccii & Nathaniel! Keep an eye open for their Bunya Mountain wedding coming up this October, woohooo!
We didn't let the rain, mud or vanishing light stop us from having a gorgeous sunset engagement session with these two whose wedding is coming up next year.
This adorable session features some loved-up parents-to-be, cute gender announcement signs and a wild mumma wreath with flowers for Amy from us. Baby Walters had a chuckle, making us work double because by the time the shoot came around, it had still not revealed it's gender during the last ultrasound.
Blue thistles, peacock feathers, wheat, straw flowers and puppy Lulu made this engagement session a perfectly natural & mystical affair! Florals lovingly prepared by us (wild bouquet, double flower wreath & petal cones).
Rachel thought she was going out for Friday dinner. Steve had other plans. We decided to re-tell their sweet proposal story for their engagement session.
The Brisbane Powerhouse has never looked this good! These two love doves came all the way from Townsville to have a fun day out with us. If you're on the (camera-)shy side, definitely have an engagement photography session before your wedding. It will make you feel much more relaxed on your wedding day.