It’s not very often that we get to do an engagement session for a couple after they are married. We can tell you though, that when Bre and Justin showed up dressed to the nines in their Montana licensed truck, with their duck hunting dog named Goose in tow, we knew that this was going to be a Tibble Fork summer engagement session worth the wait.
Because these two were living in Montana, we only met them via video chat. We’ve gotten to know them a little more through Facebook, and the little we know about these two, we know that they’re two people that are willing to serve others and each other. Justin even told us repeatedly during the session when we asked about shooting locations and poses that he rarely says “no”. We absolutely believe this. In fact, we can tell that he is the type of person that will be willing to help anyone whenever asked, which, we believe is why his future as a police officer will be such a blessing to those he works around.
Bre has been working hard over the last few months during the shutdowns caused by Covid-19 as a manager at Panda Express. We’ve come to realize how important restaurant workers, along with many other professions is so important so we can live our life every day. We know that Bre and Justin will continue to have a marriage that many others will be jealous of.
Bre and Justin, it was so good to finally meet you during your Tibble Fork summer engagement session! You are both amazing and we’re lucky to have you as friends. We are so excited for your celebration in a few short weeks to celebrate your future together. Keep having hearts to do good while helping others and your marriage will be as solid as a rock. Love you guys!
Ring: Kay Jewelers
Suit: Men’s Wearhouse
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