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Megan and Robbie were the last engagement session I photographed before I moved from Nova Scotia to British Columbia. Their wedding is also the last one I have this year (and maybe ever!) in Nova Scotia, and it was a wedding to remember. Megan made an absolutely stunning bride with a 10 foot double veil and a jaw dropping bouquet of bold colours from Pilcher’s Flowers & Gifts. Her bridesmaids were dressed in different shades of pink with teal and gold accessories, which made such a beautifully coloured wedding. The ceremony and reception were both held at Ashburn Golf Club on Joseph Howe Drive in Halifax. Fortunately it didn’t rain for the outdoor ceremony, but there were some potential clouds hanging around, which actually helped bring out the bold colours.

I spent most of the day with the women of the wedding party and Morgan spent the day with the men. We occasionally met throughout the day but only really got the chance to talk before dinner and the first thing both of us said was “have you seen the CAKE yet?!” Once you see it, you’ll know the reason for the excitement. I am in absolute awe of the work of City Girl Cakes.

Congratulations Megan and Robbie, you are a beautiful couple and I am so thankful that I could be a part of your day. You and your wedding party were so much fun to photograph! “So we hold our flowers like this, right?”

Assistant: Morgan Evans

 

This is my first session up in Fort Nelson and I couldn’t be happier with the results! We aimed to shoot right at 9:00am, but my husband and I got lost on the way to the farm. We had used Google maps but we quickly realized that in remote locations, Google doesn’t work as well and stops pinpointing addresses… Lesson learned. We thought we had taken the wrong road, turned around, realized we were on the right road for the past 14km and had to turn around again and drive back! It ended up that we had been only a couple kilometers away in the first place! Despite our lack of knowledge of the area, we were still able to start shooting in time to catch the morning glow of the sun.

When Jacquie mentioned that she wanted a country-themed engagement shoot to match their lifestyle, I couldn’t wait to start shooting! Farms provide so many different locations and textures; the possibilities are endless. Their session was set for an hour and a half, but I could have kept shooting through the afternoon! They were so natural to pose and they were up for anything. The combination of cowboy boots and a cowboy hat was picture perfect.

Congratulations Reily and Jacquie!

P.S. Can you spot the bumblebee?

In the past few months I have travelled from Halifax to Squamish to move, Squamish to Halifax and back for a wedding, Squamish to Fort Nelson to move, and then Fort Nelson to Vancouver and back for a friend’s wedding. Next week I’ll be travelling from Fort Nelson to Halifax and back for another wedding, then in October I’ll be back in Vancouver for a wedding! I feel as though I’m living out of a suitcase, but I love that I can see my friends and family on both sides of the country while on the move.

I was able to spend a little bit of time with Claire and her family on my last trip to Vancouver. I have known Claire since… ever. We went through childhood and survived high school together (despite my unfortunate transfer for one year!). She’s always been a fantastic friend, and I’m glad I could capture some images for her family. I’m also hoping she might one day move back to Fort St. John so we can be only a few hours away ;)!

We all met down in Kits at Volunteer Park and took some shots by the beach along with the girls’ significant others. Their colour scheme of blue and white worked perfectly with the setting sun and ocean background. After photos, we shared some sushi party trays which were delicious!

 

Their families and friends helped create a picturesque wedding at her parents’ farm on a beautiful day in Truro, N.S. White tents, barn ceremony, an abundance of fresh flowers, and a bbq dinner made it a perfect country wedding. When I first arrived back in N.S. a few days before the wedding, I was getting anxious about the weather because it was a constant downpour. I kept thinking, farm wedding + downpour = mud!! However, when Morgan and I woke up that Saturday the sky was clear and the sun was hot! We had a great day ahead of us!

We started the wedding day at 7:30am at the River Run Golf Course with some of the groom’s party. While they golfed through the morning sun, the bride’s party were at Life Salon downtown Truro getting their hair and make up done, and having their morning coffee. Once they were dolled up they headed back to the farm to put on dresses and keep cool in the house while guests arrived to the barn. Hay stacks were laid out for guests to sit on, and mason jars full of flowers decorated the aisle. The colour theme was pale pink and the bridesmaids’ dresses matched the flowers stunningly. As she walked down the aisle on the arm of her father, you could see the groom’s smile grow bigger and bigger the closer she came.

The reception had many laughs and happy tears as the best man and maid of honour spoke for the bride and groom. The tents were filled with flowers, teacups, wood centrepieces and adorable chalkboards. Cotton candy and popcorn were put in snack sized bags for the guests, and nanaimo bars and brownies were brought out for dessert. For the first dance, Morgan suggested it take place out on the field as the sun was setting perfectly over the hill. It was a magical moment with the music flowing through the fields and the guests gathered around to celebrate Shauna and Jeff’s perfect day.

Thank you Shauna and Jeff for having me as your wedding photographer, it was so much fun and I wish you both all the best!

 

Assistant: Morgan Evans

  • Anita MacLellan

    WOW, this was the first time I’ve seen the wedding pics. What an amazing event! Fabulous in every way.ReplyCancel

Jalen and Matt are fellow Tsawwassenites, growing up in the small town south of Vancouver. In high school, they had both been involved in theatre as well as the annual musicals. I became friends with Jalen through the school choir, and I had known Matt from elementary school french immersion. It’s been 8 years since high school graduation and I hadn’t seen either one of them since, as everyone goes their separate ways (I moved across the country… and then back!). However, as most can agree, Facebook kept me updated on most important details such as them coming back together! And they couldn’t be more perfect. Both actors, both musically inclined, and both kind hearted with incredible wit. They were a breeze to photograph, naturally poised with each other, and I’m excited to share these images!

We shot at a few places around Granville Island, ending at the stairs (image below). There are so many great colours, textures and backgrounds in Granville Island, I could have kept shooting for hours scouting out new places! It’s definitely a popular photo destination spot in Vancouver (there was even another photographer with a couple beside us by the docks). Despite it being a popular place, there are an abundance of beautiful secluded spots that you can find.

I’m so happy to be back in Beautiful British Columbia. I can’t believe how much I truly missed the scenery and greenery of this province, and how amazed I am every day when I wake up, look out my windows and see the surrounding mountains.

Thanks to my fantastic assistants:)

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