J + M's romantic and elegant wedding with photos at The Royal AmbassadorRead More
This wedding at the Gibson Centre in Alliston was intimate and meaningful. Filled with handmade details and lush florals by Cedar and Stone, everything about this afternoon wedding was perfect!Read More
Dave and Lianne got married on a gorgeous February day. The sun was shining and the snow was melting. When I arrived at the house, I couldn't help but notice a few fairytale items around the house. When I asked, I found out that the bride's favorite fairytale was Sleeping Beauty and I knew I had to incorporate the old record book I found in the dining room. Lianne truly looked like the princess.
The mood was full of joy and anticipation- they had been waiting so long for this day to come. From the first look to trudging through snow with their fun bridal party to the vows that neither could stop smiling in, they truly lived each moment. Lianne had 2 bouquets for the day- one made of pinecones for outside and one made of gorgeous flowers for the indoors. We did the outdoor photos in the adorable hamlet of Kettleby, where the bride grew up. For the ceremony, Hazelton Manor was the perfect backdrop to compliment a winter wedding with light streaming through the windows.
I think one of my favorite moments though was their first dance. They truly soaked up every moment of it- forgetting every other watching eye. After that they opened the dance floor and I LOVE what comes out when you let people loose! Here are just a few images to let you into the day!
Thanks to my awesome second shooter Katherine for the help! http://katiasphoto.ca
The second part of this wedding had the groom cycling his new bride in a ricksha to their next mode of transportation picked out by their friends- a tiny clown car. Seeing the scale was hilarious, but they fit! I was running as fast as I could ahead of them to get these shots- haha! Then we ran around the village doing photos, then drove into the country and found a field, and then the BEST part!Read More
Would you let your friends plan your wedding? You might want to after seeing this. It was a gorgeous day in the Swiss countryside at a quaint village church. This was the setting for the most unique wedding I have ever been to, hands down.Read More
The civil wedding for Sarah and Simon took place in a gorgeous Swiss museum with so much character.Read More
Nothing strikes excitement into the heart of a photographer like a destination wedding. But a destination wedding where I get to meet new, awesome people and frolic in mountains and capture romance all while eating as much cheese as humanly possible? All of my life goals have been achieved.Read More
This day was filled with soft florals and a Palestinian drum line mixed with the joyful shouts of family and friends against the beautiful Parkwood Estate in Oshawa. I absolutely loved being a part of Ahmed and Salma's celebration of love- their faces glowed! They had already had a small ceremony in which they exchanged their vows and I was honored to capture their reception that had Western and Middle Eastern elements mixed together beautifully.
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Beautiful 'Secret Garden" wedding in BeavertonRead More
June 20, 2015 | Montreal, QC
Josh and Jen chose to train me out to Montreal for their gorgeous wedding. From the moment I arrived, I felt welcomed into their family. I loved being so close to them during the time surrounding the wedding, feeling the joy emanating from their family and bridal party. The excitement in the atmosphere was contagious!
I am always inspired by genuine emotion. Jen's vision for the day was that all their loved ones be included, that we have a blast while taking photos in Old Port, Montreal, and that she could dance until the last moment of the day. All of that certainly came true. She picked the best bridal party who were willing to try any crazy thing! Josh only had eyes for his stunning bride and they savored every moment.
At the end of the day Jen exclaimed "This is the best day of my life! I would do it again!" This is what makes me love what I do!!
Mike and Esther are enjoyers of the small things. It's the details that made their relationship, and I loved how they incorporated them into their wedding day. Legos are a part of that significance- legos were a part of the engagement and the wedding as you will see :) The wedding party was so fun and chill and a little rain couldn't ruin the adventure! We played like crazy kids at the ROC Pioneer Village for pictures. My kind of day!
Matt & Nicole are an adventurous couple that have a "Why not? Let's try it!" attitude. Their carefree yet sentimental personalities made the day fun yet so heartfelt. The moment Matt saw Nicole for their first look, he could barely contain his excitement, while Nicole shyly hid her pleased smile. I loved being a part of their special day! And they had a bomb bridal party! Just saying.
Josh and Meagan are country with big hearts. Their wedding was full of big emotion and beautiful scenes that perfectly complimented the love they feel for each other.Read More
Vaughan Wedding 2014Read More
The wedding I shot of Lance and Kelsey's wedding has been blogged by Weddinggirl.ca!
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Hey there friends! Whew! What a crazy year 2014 was in so many areas of my life. But I am so thankful for all the amazing experiences I got to have! One of my faves was this wedding! It is the first wedding to be blogged on my new site- woot woot!
I was honored to be flown down to Greenville, SC for this stunning wedding on a cliff! I love destination weddings, and as usual, I had the hardest time cutting it down to a few images to share with you! This wedding was so intimate and heartfelt. So much class and I could tell that the Brian and Ashley wanted to give each of their attendees all of their attention. And I loved the speeches- so fun to hear stories of true love!
Flowers: Fairytale Florist
MUAH: Halton Hair
Venue: The Cliffs