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 you have to wait out the rain. It’s worth it. Love is an adventure, so let’s go on one. 🙂
At the very end of the evening, the whole sky turned orange. Orange crush orange, and I’ve never quite seen anything like it since. You can see the colour cast here in Amy’s face. Pretty rad!
Arlynn went to Alberta and found herself a tall handsome man, so she brought him back to Newfoundland to marry him. They’re pretty much the cutest people you’re going to encounter.
Ethan is my little buddy! From the moment he was a twinkle in his dad’s eye, we were destined to be best buds, his mom even jokes I’m his secret mom as blondes have more fun together apparently! Here he is at 6 months old, I can’t wait until his first birthday photos.
Tommy and Jess are FUN. I knew it from the moment I met them, it was confirmed on their engagement shoot – so naturally that meant I was bouncing off the walls with excitement during the days leading up to their wedding. They’re music lovers like me so music was tied into their event from mixtape CD’s as gifts, Fred’s for a few photos – and the dance floor being filled up from the moment supper was cleared from the table. (Seriously! The family started moving and shaking to the DJ’s ambient music while the staff at Holiday Inn were cleaning up, these families knew how to party)
They compliment each other perfectly – with incredible personalities to match, shooting their wedding was such a dream.
A little singing telegram of love provided by Not An Item
I couldn’t have painted better light on Nick and Lorleanne’s wedding day, the over cast greys brought out the colors so vidily. Through the drizzle, her beautiful smile lit up Nick’s face during their ceremony – which included a beautiful colourful hand fasting ceremony.
Their love has brought them two rambunctious little boys – who nearly stole the show from their parents. These two were up for anything, and snuck away from their reception in the Bowering Bungalow for a few photos in the park just as the sun was setting.
The best light in the summer is usually the few hours before the sun sets, and that precious time minutes after it goes below the horizon… it’s hard to capture that on a wedding day, but if you time it just right…
This wedding ended in a courtyard frolic. I’m not kidding. There’s a picture of it on the internet if you look hard enough. When you take a break from dancing to go be ridiculous with your friends and photographer for a few last minute shots, you’re more than okay in my books. Michael and Maggie are the kind of people that once you meet them, you know they were meant for each other. They’re fun, they’re athletic and they rounded up the best group of friends and family to help them celebrate their wedding day.
The other side of the cake was sent to Maggie’s location, they’re affectionally known as M&M.
Awfully handsome in this shot Mike.
Texting each other is perfectly acceptable on your wedding day. The one below this ended in RAWR XOXOX. Loves.
The Sheraton courtyard is a beautiful indoor location for a wedding.
They walked straight out of a bridal magazine, I love it! So beautiful, all of them!
While taking the above shot, the Groomsmen (all of which were M&M’s brothers, minus the little guy!) BY THEIR OWN DECISION decided to rest in this particular formation, Mike ran down to join them!
Love, LOVE, LOVE this shot!
And in case you haven’t figured it out yet, Maggie is STUNNING.
Phenomenal cake by Jessica Best (Cupcake Gourmet!)
The most passionate skinnamarink performance to date.
Getting a bit of manly advice of course.