The 2018 wedding season was pretty darn amazing and I don’t think there could have been any better way to wrap up all this amazing-ness than with Emilie + Maxie’s wedding day! Not only was it at one of our absolute favourite venues, but these two were just about the sweetest, cutest people we have ever worked with! And they of course included their baby boy – I mean, does it get any cuter than a baby in a suit?!
Anyone who knows me, knows how much I love a good romantic comedy. Even though they all have pretty much the exact same plot, and you know exactly who is going to end up together, I could still watch them over and over again!
One of my personal favourites is Sweet Home Alabama, and although it doesn’t star my girl Sandy, it does star the always lovely Reese Witherspoon. I mention this all because at a couple points in the movie it is mentioned that you don’t meet you soulmate when you’re ten. Well, how about meeting them around grade 10? Does that sound right Alyssa + David?
I have heard so many photographers say (and I believe I have said it myself as well), you really have to choose the last wedding of the year carefully. The couple has to be just right and the wedding they are planning has to be just a little extra exciting. All of this is needed because after so many extra long days squeezing those creative muscles, you can sometimes feel pretty wiped by the end of the season. So that final couple of the year needs to be fantastic enough to give you that extra bit of energy and excitement. And what can I say other than, I don’t think there was a better couple to end the 2017 season with other than Alyssa + David!
It may have rained on their wedding but Rebecca + Keith definitely didn’t let it dampen their big day. In fact, the pretty much embraced the weather with open arms and went with the flow, which is always my preferred tactic when it comes to rainy wedding days. But from what I saw, there was no amount of rain that could change the gorgeousness of this wedding day and crazy amounts of love that these two share!
Sometimes couples can be a little shy in front of our cameras, at least at first anyway. We can almost always get them to be more comfortable int he spotlight, but it can sometimes take a little while to get used to having cameras around (and us too) and then even more used to the idea of kissing and being all cuddly during a session. But that was never a problem for Rebecca + Keith, not during their engagement session and definitely not on their wedding day.