Lime Kiln Trail is almost always on my list of recommending locations whenever someone asks for a fall setting. And for good reason too, it has some great colour-filled trees and as an added bonus, lots of other areas and features to add diversity to a session. That being said, I tend to only want to shoot there once a season, so I also tend to hold onto to it for just the right couple, and I knew Jessica + Adam were perfect for the spot, and it for them!Continue reading “Ottawa Fall Engagement Session at Lime Kiln Trail: Jessica + Adam”
So, this summer has definitely proven that if anyone ever invites you up to a remote cabin in the country where you have to drive down a two-way road that is barely big enough for one car, you say yes, because the end result is a gorgeous session in a truly breathtaking scene! And I suppose having Haley + Mark as company wasn’t too bad either 😉Continue reading “Cottage Engagement Session: Haley + Mark”
Last year I split my favourite wedding photos into two posts but this year I honestly just can’t find the energy to write a whole other intro and whatnot (it’s time for some blatant honesty right?!). So with that said, I am sharing ALL of my absolute favourite wedding day images from 2020 in one huge post! From prep to reception and everything in between, I have put together my fav portrait and detail images for you all to enjoy one more time!Continue reading “2020 Favourites: Weddings”
When Dave and I planned our own wedding, we didn’t want our wedding party’s plus ones to be sitting at random tables with people they didn’t know. Neither of us would have enjoyed that experience ourselves so we didn’t want to impose it on anyone else. So, to still have a head table but not make anyone lonely during dinner, we invited all of wedding parties significant others to join us at the head table.
Now it may seem odd to start off someone else’s wedding post with a story of our own wedding, but there’s a point, I promise. You see, it was at this head table on our wedding day that we first met Currie. She had been dating Dan for a little while but had never met our friend group so she wouldn’t have known anyone she sat with. In hindsight, I realize now that she would have been fine as she is the nicest person ever and it is pretty much impossible to not like her, but it’s always nice to be with your person at a big event.
I suppose it is a little weird to have someone at your head table you have never met, but it worked out wonderfully in the end as we have all become great friends … oh and she and Dan got married, so I suppose it worked out for them too 😉Continue reading “Perth Manor Wedding: Currie + Dan”
Yep so I definitely have favourite spots around the city and am drawn to them again and again. And even if I use the exact same locations in these spots, each couple makes it their own and I have a completely different experience (albeit I am lucky that they have always been super positive experiences so far as I get to work with the greatest clients ever!!!). Courtney + Scott were not only great to walk around this wonderful little trail with, but they are just so darn cute! I loved all of their genuine laughs and cuddles!