When we scheduled this engagement session, I don’t think we could’ve anticipated that the weather would conspire against us three weeks in a row in October! Not only that, but when we did get a sunny day, my car’s battery decided it wasn’t in the mood. Thanks CAA and thanks Ali and John for your patience in this session coming together. We had just enough magic hour sunlight with the clocks rolling back to make these engagement photos!
Aaron and Andrea hadn’t originally planned on engagement photos, but I’m glad they changed their minds (and I hope they are, too!) We got to take advantage of the stunning colours on display at Waterloo Park last weekend.
I didn’t go to Western but I’m starting to get to know the campus pretty well, thanks to smart couples choosing it as an engagement photo location. It’s one of the more beautiful campuses I’ve been on (my alma mater, Brock, doesn’t quite have the same charm…sorry, Sir Isaac), and I was happy to meet up with Rob and Carina there last weekend for their engagement photos.
Looking forward to the wedding in 2015! More photos to come.
Congrats to Dan & Dayna, married in Amherstburg this past weekend!
It was a brisk day down at the town’s waterfront taking photos in the beautiful King’s Navy Yard Park, but these two seasoned campers handled it like pros – and it helped that we got out of the cold for a bit in the local pub. More photos to come!
It was great to hang out with Allison and Stewart this weekend in Waterloo Region to take some engagement photos, meet their cats (uh, more on that later), and hear about the 10-week trip they took earlier this year to a variety of countries. It was on that vacation that they perfected the synchronized jumping that you’ll see in the 2nd photo!
Congratulations to Braeden and Sheri, married in Waterloo Region this past weekend!
Typical Canada – we experienced our nation’s rich variety of weather throughout the day – strong winds, brilliant sunshine, bouts of rain and even a little bit of hail. But it didn’t keep this fabulous couple’s spirits down!
This one’s a bit of a cheat. Can you really call them engagement photos if they were taken AFTER the wedding? I say: sure. Here are some highlights from my “engagement” session with Katie and Anthony at the Alexander Muir Memorial Gardens and Blythwood Ravine Park.
Congratulations to Julianne and Mike, married in Camlachie this past weekend!
Sometimes it’s hard to write wedding posts without dipping into the cliché well – like “couldn’t have asked for a better day” - but most of the time, there’s not really a better way to say it. Julianne and Mike’s celebration was the perfect cap to another great summer of weddings. During the speeches someone pointed out that Julianne had “the best smile,” and she certainly showed it off lots throughout the day. I’m lucky to work with amazing people – and in this case, on their relative’s gorgeous waterfront properties!
As always, some teasers from the day, with more photos to come in the near future.
I’m excited to show these photos of Matt and Christine’s wedding, held at Matt’s family farm in Cookstown. The personal touches by this artistic couple were amazing – every one of the stars you see hanging below were handmade, as was the hot air balloon. I visited the farm a few weeks before the wedding, and wish you could’ve seen the transformation from tractor-filled barn to this personalized reception hall.
If the details weren’t enough, the photos show how romantic of a couple Matt and Christine are. Their first dance was unlike anything I’d seen before – like the rest of the wedding, it was a work of art!
Congratulations to Blair and Jennifer, married this weekend in Wyoming, ON!
Thunderstorms threatened to rain out this stunning outdoor wedding – handcrafted on Jennifer’s family farm – but aside from a small shower hours before the ceremony, there was nothing to worry about. Will share more of the aforementioned handcrafted details later, but for now, here are a few teasers.