Sometimes, he helps her into the dress.
Sometimes, it’s balmy and breezeless during the month of February in Newfoundland.
Sometimes, instead of an officiant – you can have a song.
But you should always, be true to yourselves.
I’m really into positive thinking. We were expecting rain, there was a hurricane days away – but we thought positive thoughts and found ourselves with a beautiful warm day in September.
That said, these two are so beautiful that it could have been raining toads and leeches – and their photos would still be stunning.
I’ve known Adam since High School, I was so thrilled him and his beautiful lady chose me to be a part of their wedding day. We had such a perfect day, I found myself questioning if this was really work when my clients make it THAT easy.
I can still picture Adam with his long curly locks sitting in the music room playing this guitar.
This is Adam’s boat, which is now Danielle’s boat too… and I could have shot with it for hours in this light.
Not hard up for looks.
Don’t these boats make such a beautiful background? I love a good Marina setting.
This wedding was a first, first of many. The first time I stood beside my best friend as she said I do to the man of her dreams and baby daddy, the first time I ventured to oil land Alberta, and the first time I stood in a wedding that I also photographed. I’m thankful for an amazing fiancé who knows how to take a picture just as good as I can.
Nicki has put up with all my nonsense since up the shore and down the shore became one in the 8th grade. We’ve gone through heart breaks, camping trips, road trips, movie nights, hating each other, fighting like cats and dogs, graduating, moving across countries and so much more. There’s a few more diamonds on her hand, her and Shane have had the world’s most beautiful son – but it’s still the exact same. No matter how long we spend apart, how long without talking, it’s always the same. While I may not have imagined Shane marrying someone who means so much to me when I first met him and his blonde frosted tips in the year 2000, he’s the perfect husband. The perfect father. They’re just perfect together.
I’m really glad I get to be a part of their perfect life.
I love you both (and Colton too).
This wedding took time. Patience. Love. It was hand-made with nurture and care by family and friends of the newlyweds. It was Friday the 13th. Things that could go wrong, did.
But Tommy and Val shrugged it all off. Love is lucky you see.
They were there to celebrate their love, their marriage, their child – and the laughter never stopped the whole day.
Get creative, step outside the norm. Get offbeat. Let’s get wild, let’s have fun – at the end of the day all that matters is the fun you’ve had with friends and family. At the end of the day it’s you and him/you and her. Be yourself. Be true to you. Be true to each other.
I had a lot of fun shooting this one. (Selena, get your tissues out)