From these pictures you would never guess that Luke and Piper’s wedding day was rained out!
The downpour caused their original ceremony location to be changed last minute…which also included the need to find a new location for their formal pictures.
However, I couldn’t be more delighted with our “plan B” location and the fun we had.
I only have happy memories when I think of their wedding day! Luke and Piper, thanks for letting me be a part of your day!
It’s been a little while coming…but here’s a peek at Isaac and Amanda’s lovely wedding day! I was trying to decide what to write for this post and words just didn’t come and won’t do justice to what I want to say. My sister, my best friend, is married and now lives far away. It’s been fun editing these pictures because I always get to see her beautiful face!
I was honoured to not only photograph but also be a bridesmaid for this wedding… I’m very thankful for the help of Jess from Jess and Andy Photography for making that possible! So, I’ll leave the words now and let the pictures do the talking!
Above: PC: Jessica Schlamp
With their wedding being in March, we knew from the start that weather would be unpredictable (at best!) We were so blessed to be able to use the upstairs of one of our favourite coffee shops for our formal pictures…! The staff were so accommodating! The atmosphere was awesome!
Below: PC of bridal party: Jessica Schlamp
Following are a few pictures from the ceremony, since I was a bridesmaid all ceremony photos are credited to Jessica Schlamp as well as the above picture.
Getting to photograph women on such an eventful day of their life is always an honour….but to be able to do that for my sister…the honour was that much more special!
A wedding blog post wouldn’t be complete without a few more icluding the bridesmaids and groomsmen…right? Photo credit of the bridal party: Jessica Schlamp
Picture below: PC: Jessica Schlamp
Taylor and Krista’s wedding was an honour to photograph. They’re super fun and chill…and their wedding party was pretty cool too 😉
That moment when a groom first sees his bride is always priceless
Krista is a farrier, so when we were choosing a location and the option of a barn with horses came up…I knew it would be fantastic! It was! The horses seemed to enjoy the bride and groom too.
In Canada, you can’t really have a summer wedding without a stop for ice capps from Tim Horton’s
Romantic paths with dappled light are always a plus!
I loved the exquisite details of buttons and lace on Krista’s dress
I wish them only the best as they begin the exciting adventure called marriage!
I’d known Sabina a few years ago when we both attended the same youth group, so I was excited when she sent me a facebook message one day telling me she was engaged and inquiring about me photographing her wedding.
I met Eugene for the first time when we all met for coffee to talk wedding and photography. I noticed right away how much he cared for her and what was important to her, and that he had her best interests in mind.
Their story is cute. Sabina bought some speakers for her vehicle from Eugene’s brother. However, she didn’t know how to instal them, so he suggested she go to his brother, Eugene, who is a mechanic, and have them installed… well, as you can see, that was only the beginning of their story. 😀
We were all so very thankful it didn’t rain! It rained the day before and then a little in the morning and during the ceremony, but for the pictures later it was dry and the sun even came out later!
Hum yeah, aren’t they a cute couple? Lots of laughter that day!
It’s always so hard to decide which pictures to blog – and to not overload a post with too much! But here are a couple more of the lovely bride!
Starting their journey, side by side – together.
Sabina and Eugene, I wholeheartedly wish you all the best as you start your life together! Thank you for allowing me to share in the joy of your day!