Recent photo sessions
We all woke up to one of the most beautiful days of the entire year. Warm breezes, the leaves just starting to change, and the clouds rolling out to showcase a gorgeous blue October sky.
Nicole and Paul were both so relaxed their entire day. From getting ready to walking down the aisle to having fun at the Cayuga Courthouse as we took a million photos! I have never heard a party bus quite that loud before!
It was a day full of joy and celebration, and I am so lucky to have been there to captureView full post »
I first met Karen and Paul last year when we had coffee at their beautiful home and discussed their September 30th wedding. I was so excited to be chosen as their photographer. They are such a fantastic couple, and I knew right away that their wedding would be a dream come true. I love photographing couples who are authentic and easy going.. not to mention super classic and stylish!
I may have added just a few too many photos to this blog post… but every moment of this day was soView full post »
What an incredible day for these two lovebirds! It was such a pleasure to photograph their engagement session and their wedding day. They are just so in love and are such an amazing team together.
We began the day in Simcoe where Josh and Victoria spent the morning getting ready at their parents’ homes, and then travelled to Delhi to the Backstage Capitol. It was such a cool spot for a ceremony! The lighting inside was so dramatic and fun!
We then travelled to a friend of the family forView full post »
Kristen and Joel celebrated their wedding day with friends and family at Glen Drummond Farm in Dundas.
Their day was absolutely perfect, even though the ceremony was moved from outdoors to in because of rain.
As I spent the day documenting their wedding day story, I was often reminded of this quote:
“A successful marriage requires falling in love many times, always with the same person.”
– Mignon McLaughlin
Each time Joel looks at Kristen, and each time Kristen looks at Joel, you can see thatView full post »
Getting to know Amy and Jeff was one of the highlights of my summer. I love weddings, and I love getting to know couples and being part of their special day.
Amy and Jeff were married at Royal Botanical Gardens and it was the most beautiful ceremony, with Amy’s dad officiating.
The ceremony was followed by brunch, which was incredible! Although the day was maybe the hottest of the entire year, we still had lots of fun and got lots of great images!View full post »
Julia and Jeff’s wedding was so much fun to photograph. Their beautiful ceremony and reception was at the Ancaster Mill, which always makes for a gorgeous setting. These two are seriously one of the most genuine couples I have ever had the pleasure of photographing! Congratulations guys!!
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On a somewhat rainy and cold day back in October, these two lovebirds tied the knot at Glen Abbey Golf and Country Club.
Congratulations Heather and Daniel!View full post »
Kristen and Jeff had the most beautiful wedding day. They chose to have their wedding at their home in St. Catharine’s and filled every moment with unique and special details that truly captured who they are.
Kristen is amazingly talented, and did most of the DIY details herself. And wait until you see the DIY Cannoli bar… so cute! You should definitely take moment to check out her business, www.scratchbakery.ca!
Lots of images in this post, so maybe grab a cup of tea and sit backView full post »
It was such a gorgeous day to celebrate Emma and Trevor’s wedding! These two surrounding themselves with friends and family at their farm in Jarvis. It was so fun to capture all the days events in my own home town, and even more special that these two were able to say their vows at their own home.
The day began with the girls having fun getting ready, and then we popped out onto the property to do lots and lots of photos!
The ceremony during sunset was absolutely stunning, followed by aView full post »
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