The reason I include an Engagement portrait session with all our packages is simple – it gives me a chance to get to know the people I photograph. It also gives them a chance to get to know me and my style of photography and hopefully, that puts them at ease on their wedding day and makes them feel more comfortable in front of the camera.  I can usually guess a lot about  an upcoming wedding from the engagement session, and with Rosemary and Collin’s engagement shoot, I just knew their wedding was going to be beautiful. It’s very uplifting to spend a special day with a couple who are so passionately in love with one another.  On several occasions leading up to their wedding, I asked them for details and every time Collin would respond with “Whatever Rosie wants”.  This wasn’t a ‘I-don’t-care-do-whatever-she-wants‘ response, but more a ‘I-love-this-woman-so-much-I-want-our-day-to-be-everything-she-ever-dreamed-it-would-be’ type reply.

The day started with hair and make-up in Brisbane city and ended with the ceremony and reception at the gorgeous Glengariff Historic Estate in Dayboro. Spending a beautiful day, with a gorgeous couple, at a stunning location… my job could be worse!

I hope you enjoy the preview guys and I look forward to catching up with you when you return from your honeymoon.


Hair – Stelios Papas Salons –
Makeup – Napoleon Perdis –
Celebrant – Natasha Lewis –
Ceremony & Reception – Glengariff Historic Estate –
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