Sometimes when I get to know my couples… I just know I’ve found ‘my people’ – you know, the ones that laugh at your jokes, value the same things as you do and drink the same wine. Your tribe. Mitch & Jayden are two of those people! From the very first email I received from Jayden, right up until a few weeks ago when we photographed their Engagement Session – she has been the sweetest, most thoughtful JFL Bride – and she’s found her soulmate in Mitch.
Mount Tamborine will always be special for this pair… Mitch proposed there over a picnic of cheese & wine (which is total perfection in my books!) and we also took their Engagement photos there as well – I LOVE to use a location that means something to my couples so this was just perfect! After planning it for weeks, we both drove up there from the north side of Brisbane, only to discover that the weather forecast had been wrong and it started raining… torrential rain. Luckily, I always have some kind of wet weather backup plan up my sleeve so rain wasn’t going to get in our way – and then, right towards the end of the session, the rain cleared, the sun peeked through the clouds and we were able to use the lookout where Mitch proposed for some portraits to finish! Talk about special. Thank you mother nature.
Here’s a peek into some of their Engagement photos we took at Mount Tamborine that afternoon:
You guys, I seriously love this barn. It makes me feel like I’m back in Germany, on holidays. Obviously I’m not, but it’s pretty cool right?!
Could these two be any more perfect… Seriously, I have so much love for you both!
This is the lookout where Mitch asked Jayden to be his wife… I love the fog that we got to experience there during their session and the fact that we got to use it at all, just gives me all the feels….
Mitch & Jayden, thank you for trusting me with this special time in your lives. I seriously feel like a kid before Christmas being the one to document your first day as husband & wife and guess what you guys – ONLY TWO MORE SLEEPS!
Wish them well in the comments below you guys – and I’d love to hear what you think of these photos: