The Chapel of Hope in London, Ontario has to be the cutest little church I have ever seen. So much character. I love how the letters above the front door are all wobbly. So adorable. I also have a thing for ivy so this church really got me pumped. This was an intimate affair with only the couple’s nearest and dearest present. After the ceremony we continued the festivities at the Elm Hurst Inn in Ingersoll.I can’t get enough of her ruffly gown.Ceremony: Chapel of Hope Reception: Elm Hurst Inn
When Kay first contacted me about the possibility of shooting her Pender Island wedding I was ecstatic. Growing up in Vancouver, I spent many summers on B.C.’s Gulf Islands. Galiano and Pender have always been two of my favourites. I love the pace of island life and the scenery is breathtaking. Kay & Jesse live in Vancouver and were planning an at home destination wedding. A mini getaway for them and their guests.
Kay is one of the most detail oriented brides I have ever worked with. She planned every thoughtful detail and the wedding came together beautifully. Here are my images from last August when I traveled to picturesque Pender for their Poets Cove wedding.
Kay has a licence to drive a bus so she drove us around the island for pictures. She also handmade all the ladies’ dresses. Is there anything she can’t do?To Kay & Jesse, thank you for asking me to document your day. It was so good to get to know you. I wish you a lifetime of happiness. xo
Some of you know that I recently returned from 5 weeks in Nicaragua. The majority of my time there was spent taking part in the Moksha/Modo Yoga Teacher Training program. I am now proud to say that I am a certified yoga instructor. Yay! This was an incredible adventure. Not really one I can totally put into words. It was loads of fun but also hard work, physically, mentally, and emotionally. I feel so lucky to have been able to go through this experience with so many beautiful souls. I have made some amazing friends and learned so much about myself and others. View full post »
I’m super excited to share Lianne & Steven’s Roundhouse wedding with you. Not only are they two of the sweetest people I have had the pleasure of working with, but this was the first wedding held in this unique venue. With its post & beam interior and brick exterior, Leon’s Roundhouse makes for a beautiful spot for a wedding.
Wedding planner extraordinaire, Lianne Adelson, did a fantastic job in transforming this furniture store into a lively cocktail party. I huge thank you to my friend Sam of Visual Cravings for second shooting with me. I always love having you along.This Rice Krispie cake was almost as tall as me.
To Lianne & Steve, thank you so much for your trust and for being so much fun! I know you will have many adventures together! xoVenue: Leon’s Roundhouse Bridal Prep: Renaissance Hotel Wedding Coordination: The Event Boutique Band: Sole Power