I’m sitting here, typing this remember how wonderfully warm this day was; these two have such great chemistry, I hope their wedding day is just as beautiful.
I was filled with joy when Natasha and Steve asked me to be their wedding photographer, for if someone asked me to name the most beautiful person I know – it’s Natasha. Inside and out.
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!
On a perfect fall day, Arlynn and Steve said I do in a church with the most lovely light. We then soaked up the autumn sun in downtown St. John’s, with a detour to enjoy the pumpkin patch at Lester’s Farm.
We waited for the perfect evening, with the perfect light. We waited a while, but we finally found a warm summer evening that fit into everyone’s lives.
Amy and Trevor are married now, and enjoying their honeymoon to the fullest in Europe! Until I get around to their wedding photos.here’s their engagement pictures I’ve been sitting on for a bit.
Colin and Raylene were married on a beauty of a day in July in Upper Island Cove.
With a little boat ride to start his day, Colin was good and ready to watch his stylish bride walk up the aisle. The sun was splitting the rocks, the laughter could be heard miles around – and the incredible light we were given was all you could dream of.
Not so successful…
Major props to the little people!
Couldn’t be more thankful for the beautiful sunshine.
The little details made me swoon. The vintage suitcases, her bird cage veil, his enthusiasm, their love and beauty, the farm, balloons, burlap, mason jars.. oh wait, I’m getting ahead of myself here. There are many other incredibly romantic weddings I’ve yet to crack open, so.. for now…