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Category Archives: Weddings

You may remember Natasha and Sean from their mountainous engagement shoot in Banff National Park, so full of love and admiration for one another. We were so thrilled to see them again, only this time on their wedding day! All throughout Natasha and Sean’s wedding day rain sprinkled down, slicking roads and cars, and while some…

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Natasha and Brett’s story spans four years, four years of back and forth in a long distance relationship filled with happy arrivals and sad goodbyes. Over time the separation led to deciding to close the gap between them for good, so on a windy summer day in August, Natasha and Brett celebrated their first steps…

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  • JayeDecember 26, 2016 - 6:25 AM

    Every image has a story. Wonderful wedding photography!ReplyCancel

Kayla and Craig’s story began in a cottage a few years back where they were introduced by mutual friends. The two hit it off pretty instantly, and they knew- through playful banter back and forth and stolen glances- that there was something there between them. From then, they pursued countless drives between Windsor and Ottawa…

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  • MelissaOctober 14, 2016 - 12:56 AM

    What a gorgeous wedding, Your photos are absolutely beautiful as always. That opening shot of the bride and groom is breathtaking!ReplyCancel

Katie & Eric’s story began with an introduction through friends. 7 years later, after dating long distance between Toronto and Ottawa where Katie is a teacher and Eric a public servant, they decided to close the gap between their two worlds and make official what they knew to be true: they were better together as…

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  • EmilyOctober 4, 2016 - 5:20 PM

    OH, I have MISSED visiting your blog!  I am always so in love with your work!  I love how light-hearted and romantic this wedding turned out.  The bride and groom seem like a lot of fun.  My favorite image is the portrait of the two standing on the shore.  It made me stop and scroll a little more slowly to take it all in.  Love the details and the styling all around – great work!ReplyCancel

  • MelissaOctober 4, 2016 - 8:31 PM

    What a gorgeous wedding! I really love the beach photos and I have to say you are amazing at detail shots!ReplyCancel

  • AshleyOctober 7, 2016 - 2:23 PM

    Oh my goodness – this wedding is so lovely! I always adore your detail styling. So so good! You did such a beautiful job capturing the love and laughter of their day! Beautiful!!ReplyCancel

  • […] may remember April and Stephane from their engagement session last year at Sprucewood Shores Estate Winery. We had a blast hanging out with them on the beach and around the Estate and were thrilled to be […]ReplyCancel

Jessica and Chuck’s story began in Law school where the two met. Soon after, through their shared love of outdoor sports and traveling, they recognized that they’d found the one whom their soul loved best; they had finally found each other. Jessica’s fun-loving demeanour complements Chuck’s funny, inquisitive, personality, and neither one of them can…

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On July 1st, a beautiful summer day- two high school sweethearts tied the knot. Family and friends gathered together at Mastronardi Estate Winery to witness the marriage of Christine and Derek, two dazzling people who were meant for each other long before they even knew. Both love spending time with family, being outdoors bike riding…

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The moment Matthew saw Amy- tired yet elated from traveling from New York by plane, train, and automobile to Pearson Airport in Toronto so she could surprise Matthew with a handmade sign saying, All I want for Christmas is You- he knew she was the one; they were all each other ever wanted. So on…

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