Jenny and Myles’ Chinese Garden Of Friendship Engagement

by | Bride, Engagements


Jenny & Myles

I’ve made no secret of the fact one of my favourite inner urban haunts are the Chinese Gardens Of Friendship in Sydney. Oh how I love that little sacred space of peace. This engagement session from Sarah Story captured the beautiful tranquility of the gardens and the romance of couple Jenny and Myles.

Sarah tells their story. “Myles  and Jenny have lived in the same street for almost 6 years, however, they only met end July last year at their local park while walking their dogs. They continued to ‘run’ into each other with their furry friends and started dating immediately. Sparks from both the couple and pups were evident.”

“Myles proposed after dinner some few weeks later and the couple celebrated their engagement with a romantic holiday to Tahiti in October 2011. On return from their holiday, Myles took Jenny ring shopping!”

Jenny says, “When I look back, I can’t believe how quickly everything fell into place. I prayed for years to find a man like Myles. Finally, my wishes have come true. Myles and I get on so well. It was meant to be! I am excited about our future together.” Myles is very romantic. Jenny says Myles often buys her flowers for no particular reason and makes her fresh juice every day.”

Want more? Check out these posts from the archives:

  • Published on Polka Dot Bride | Jenny & Myles Engagement | Sarah Story says:
    September 1, 2012 at 4:12 pm

    […] to share that Polka Dot Bride has featured a recent Engagement Session at Chinese Gardens in Sydney City NSW. Many more […]

  • Carolyn says:
    September 2, 2012 at 4:12 am

    they are so sweet :X love the venue

  • Dan says:
    September 6, 2012 at 10:20 am

    In life we use not only the eyes up our head but also the third-eye somewhere in the heart. Good things and blessings we don’t see as obvious yet the third eye can lead us. So like Sarah she may see through the camera something more than a good shot – she sees a story.

  • Classic Sydney Wedding | Polka Dot Bride says:
    February 19, 2013 at 3:01 pm

    […] Classic weddings never go out of style and there is something incredibly beautiful about the traditional elements of a wedding being honoured when they mean something to you. Jenny and Myles celebrated with a Sydney daytime wedding- a beautiful church ceremony, followed by a reception by the water set the tone for a relaxed afternoon of fun and dancing! I always love featuring a wedding after an engagement, so start the story at the beginning and pop over and see Jenny and Myles’ engagement photos here. […]



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