Just two weeks after the couple celebrated, her excitement turned into confusion when she began to experience excessive bleeding. At the time, her doctor thought she was suffering a miscarriage but further tests revealed it was an ectopic pregnancy.
"My heart sank and I knew something was wrong," Lisa said. "It was in fact, an ectopic pregnancy. And I needed urgent medical attention to prevent it from becoming critical. I was immediately admitted to hospital. Sometimes in life no matter which way we step, no matter what choice we make, we're destined to hurt.
"I was told I was just one of the 'really unlucky ones' But I can not see that as truth," she added. "It's been some of the darkest times of our lives yes, but it's also been some of the happiest."
Despite grieving the loss of their unborn child during what she described as one of the darkest periods in her life, Lisa knows she will become a mum one day.
"Inevitably, I know one day we will have a family. But it just wouldn't feel right to share the good news in the future, without paying respect, love and bringing awareness to the heartbreaking journey so many women and couples face every day," she concluded.
Lisa and Logan wed in November 2018 on the Sunshine Coast. Her twin sister Jess was one of her bridesmaids.