Brent and Patti Photography » Toronto Wedding Photographer based in Milton, Ontario

Loafers Lake Engagement Session

It can happen when a certain smell hits the air, like freshly baked bread or cookies.  Maybe a song on the radio that you haven’t heard in so long, or driving by a location in town where special memories were made.  Tiny triggers to bring you back to a moment in time when nothing else mattered except for what was happen right then and there.  Your first date together, the first time you held hands, your first kiss.

So when this incredible couple thought of where they would like to have their engagement session to be, what better place than where Anthony proposed to Nicole to be together forever and make more memories for the rest of time!

On a gorgeous overcast day with the sun teasing rays of light between the clouds, Nicole and Anthony shared stories of long walks and talks together along the paths through Loafers Lake Park and how they fell in love, all to add to the excitement of their upcoming wedding next summer.

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  • Nicole and Anthony - Thank you! They are lovely 🙂ReplyCancel


Winter Engagement Session in the Forest

A fresh dusting of snow can make any location seem magical.  Dark paths turn bright, buildings look frozen in time, and the crisp air will somehow pull each other in closer as if your heart is searching out the warmth of the person you love.

So when the white-stuff was flowing through the air on our way to her uncle’s property, we knew that Taylor made an incredible choice for the location of her engagement session with Aaron.

On a magical afternoon with snowflakes floating in the air, we met with Taylor, Aaron and their pup Dino on the gorgeous family owned property in Erin to add to the excitement of their upcoming wedding in Muskoka next summer.  Bonus points for being Maple Leafs fans!!!


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Hilton Falls Engagement Session

She left her bag at the airport.  The flight from Ontario to British Columbia to visit friends was good, except for leaving behind essentially everything she would need for the time that they would be away from home.  This would include a good pair of shoes to hike up a mountain – you can do that in a pair of Toms, right?  Mark was insisting to make the hike even if Karley was a good candidate for a foot massage that night, because he knew something was waiting for them at the top and it was all his doing.

At the top, overlooking evergreens leading for miles and miles to the view of the rockies, Mark asked Karley to be together forever.

On a beautiful fall evening just outside of Milton, Karley and Mark met with us for their Hilton Falls engagement session to add to the excitement leading to their wedding day next year.  This time with more comfortable shoes for hiking (before changing into something more fashionable), they walked along the paths down to the dry river bed and back out to the vivid colours of the changing leaves along the Niagara Escarpment.


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  • Sheena Floyd - Absolutely gorgeous pictures. I always said my granddaughter was not only beautiful but photogenic as well and oh Mark you looks very handsome and photogenic as well. Love you both.ReplyCancel