We just adore unforgettable engagement sessions, and this Noosa love shoot from Trigger Happy Images happens to be downright amazing! Gorgeous couple Tegan and Jordan captured their romance not just with a pretty picnic setting, lounging in the sun, and listening to the strum of a guitar. But they hit the jackpot by including a stroll along the breathtaking headland with the sun setting no less! Luckily for us (and you), the talented folks at Trigger Happy were happy to share…
From the bride-to-be:
Jordan and I met 19 years ago in ‘Year One’. Despite showing very little interest in me at the time, he managed to make a lasting impression on me as i can clearly remember from my primary school days thinking that i wanted to marry someone like Jordan when i grow up. It wasn’t until i left that particular school and some 11 years after that, that we crossed paths again at church. It was only then that he took an interest and finally asked me out (i’d been waiting for quite some time!).
For our one year anniversary we decided to celebrate by spending the weekend in Noosa. Little did I know that there was soon to be more reason to celebrate! Jordan had organised a picnic by the bay, where he popped the question. We wanted to keep our engagement relaxed and true to us – acoustic tunes over a picnic by the sea, much like the day Jordan proposed. We are counting down the days until we say the ‘I dos’ at the most beautiful property in the Byron Hinterland in the presence of our closest friends and family. We have loved every second of our journey together over the last 2 years, so much in fact we’ve been inspired to create Roost Film Co, a boutique film house specialising in short cinematic films to capture life’s special moments! http://vimeo.com/roostfilmco
From the photographers:
We spent one perfect afternoon with Tegan & Jordan, capturing the love, down at Fingal Headland in Northern NSW. The conditions were perfect: gorgeous people, stunning light, gorgeous location, a picnic, sparklers, party poppers and champagne. We couldn’t ask for better. We ended up spending over 2 hours with these guys and we think the images really show. No one was rushing, we were all just relaxed and having fun!
Photographers: Trigger Happy Images / Location: Fingal Headland NSW, Australia
Happy Monday everyone! We’re going to start the week with this wonderful picnic engagement session sent over to us by Elisa B Photography, full of beautiful ideas for a vintage inspired affair. Now, I must admit there really is something romantic about a picnic for two, particularly when it is held in a picturesque location surrounded with historical charm such as this one. Fleurish Events designed a gorgeous vintage theme for this shoot complete with vintage props and darling details we know you’ll just adore. So, our dearest thanks to Elisa for sharing with us this pretty e session and congratulations to the darling couple Kelly and John . . . if this much thought has gone into your engagement pictures, we’re waiting in huge anticipation to lay our eyes on your wedding day!
From Elisa: We are so happy to share Kelly and John’s classic American engagement shoot. They were a fun and energetic couples, so for their session we wanted to give them both a relaxed activity and a fun one! Carrie Moe, of Fleurish Events planned a picnic and lawn games, and advised Kelly and John on what to wear. “We love to be outdoors! We’re very on the go, very energetic”, says Kelly. John is a very classic all American. Vintage books, handmade bouquets, ceramic hearts and suitcases were all part of setting the scene. We styled the session around a color pallet of greens and blues (but couldn’t help throwing in a little pink with Kelly’s shoes!). The location was the Bishop’s Garden at the National Cathedral in Washington, DC. It’s a very special location to Kelly, whose mother and father were married there. We can’t wait for their wedding in October!
Thanks Elisa, neither can we!
Photographer: Elisa B Photography / Hair Stylist: Aveda Salon / Event Planner: Fleurish Events /Shoot Location: Washington National Cathedral / Submitted via Two Bright Lights