I’m so happy that Holly and Jen’s wedding was one of the first of the seasons, because I was absolutely too excited to wait any longer to shoot this wedding; and these girls have STYLE! What’s better than one bride? Two! What’s better than a first look before a ceremony? This entire day was perfection, straight from a book on beautiful love!
The Leadise Manor was such a beautiful location for the girls to get ready in, and were so gracious in letting us take a few shots around the property.
It was a drizzly day, so just like the proper Newfoundlanders – they had their rubber boots handy!
Piatto was so wonderful for letting us book the enoceta as a get away from the rain.
This ladder was made by Jen’s father with love!
Needing a snack, and loving the vibe – we stopped into Relish Gourmet Burger here in St. John’s for a few fries!
A DIY wedding true to the heart!
More of the girls handy work below!
All baked with love 🙂
The most absolute best song to do a garter removal to; “Peacock” by Katy Perry
I love love Lester’s farm as a location for your wedding ceremony and reception, outdoors or indoors – they aim to please!
Spent an evening in the warm sunlight with a few of my favourite subjects back in early June.
I’m far closer to the 10th anniversary of my high school graduation than I care to admit. It probably dates me a bit that I’m writing this blog while blasting Cher through my computer speakers…
I give you, some of the best and brightest in the 2011 Crescent Collegiate Graduation Class.
(P.s: Good looks run in the family with this one, she’s my little cousin!)
Tiffany, who has the most incredible eyes in the world.
Kyle, who’s been part of my extended family since he was 4 years old (along with the rest of his family!)
The knockouts Josie and Lucas
Last but not least, the stunning and classic Victoria.
I have a love/hate relationship with Graduation portraits. When I graduated you had your photographs taken at a studio by the only photographer in the area with a 15 minute slot. There was nothing original, you had your choice of backgrounds and everything was posed. Every grad shoot I do, I try to steer further and further away from this. It’s okay to laugh your ass off at these pictures.. go ahead.
(Disclaimer: I cannot play guitar to save my life, unless you’re looking for a really bad cover of Last Kiss or Knocking on Heaven’s Door… but I tried, I really tried!)
Natalie has a natural innocent beauty about her, that combined with a show stopping colorful dress.. she was killer to have in front of the camera. This is just the first part of the shoot, we’re hopefully shooting together again later this month!
Chelsey was one of the smart graduates who booked me outside of their Grad day so we had an entire afternoon to shoot in! While our initial plan of a Bowring Park raid was tossed out the window with the downpouring of rain, we opted for a much dryer option – The Rooms.
Tiffany and I braved a bitter day downtown to get these wicked convocation photos. As for the Lotties picture? I asked her which bar helped her through MUN – without missing a beat she said ‘LOTTIES!’