The rain didn’t seem like it was going to hold off, I was hopeful.
The wedding in the garden was going to happen.
Love finds a way.
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.
Sometimes I can convince people to get all dressed up and go on a day after adventure. No stress. No timelines. Pure freedom.
When the guests all leave, the anniversary cake has been ate, when the years pass down the road; will you look back on your wedding and remember it as carefree and fun? Will you remember fondly the memories you made with your very best friends and family?
Hayley and Kai will.
They’ll look back and smile at the tiny cabin by the sea, breakfast cooked by Dad, the legion of dogs, a tiny ceremony near the beach, the Jigg’s Dinner at the Twillingate Masonic Temple and the drunken laughter of their nearest and dearest while they slow danced by a fire.
We were made to feel like family, these were our people.
Be true to yourself, especially on your wedding day.
You fell in love with Duncan + Amanda during their engagement shoot, now I bring back their adorable and cute love for their wedding. We had a warm, sunny and fun day celebrating their devotion to each other (and cinco de mayo too!)
Their “All You Need is Love” theme popped its head in throughout the festivities, which I adored. Your wedding is your day, get personal with it.
Thank you for having Conrad and I. xo
Bob and Jen’s wedding was wild, amazing and seemed to fly by! At the end of the night I knew I wanted to take these two and do a bunch more pictures of them alone, so a few nights later we made our way up to Thomas Amusements to take over. Honestly, you can’t imagine the fun it is hanging with a bride and groom at the fair! Especially Jen and Bob – as they’re up for absolutely ANYTHING. ♥ The lighting on these was thanks to my own personal lighting guy, hehe.
I don’t do well spinning in circles for long periods of time, I have projectile cookie spewing issues. I swallowed my pride (and everything else) and hopped into a cup on the Tip Top to grab my FAVORITE series of pictures of a bride and groom.
On Sept 9th, she said I do to her tall, dark and handsome man. There are some people that just complete each other, I know I’ve probably said that before. However I’ve been around Barb quite a few times, and my only chance to meet Kent before the wedding was as the Helicopter was pulling away (we’ll get to that later). There’s an energy between them, I like to call them my super hero couple. Barb is with the Canadian forces, Kent is a Search and Rescue tech. They’re selfless, hilarious, amazing and so deeply in love. Surrounded by close family and friends, at the Hibb’s family cabin off of Bauline Line they said their vows and sealed it with a kiss. The rest of the day was spent buckled over in laughter, getting stung by hornets, being gifted sexually suggestive dice and full of beautiful, beautiful people.
Jeeze, I’m tearing up and everything.
A wonderful surprise from Kent’s buddies in SAR.
The smiles from the little ones aren’t easy to get sometimes, the bridesmaids caught on to my secret…
This crooked big chair caught our eye, but little did we know underneath it was a gigantic hornets nest. Did I ever tell you how my brides are troopers? Two stings on her bare foot. What did she do? Walk it off.
Are you swooning yet?
No direction needed, they were this natural, this incredible.
I’m really glad my grooms past and present like to break it down.