Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Romance & Dance Under The Stars

LeeAnne & Eamon's wedding day was beautifully different. LeeAnne wore a sparkly headband that gave her a celtic Irish princess look, her gown was also long and flowing and she looked perfectly at home in her dad's flower garden for photos before we left for the quirky ceremony at Mount Druid. Eamon was waiting pertinently for his wife to be in a big tin red church in the heart of the country and Leeanne arrived in style in a matching red car. After their 'i do's' the newly weds and their guest had high tea on the banks of the lake. We then ventured around the walled gardens and grounds of mount druid for a romantic photoshoot before returning to the big american style barn to eat cake, be merry and dance the night away under the big hanging stars. 

Friday, November 2, 2012

Pre-Wedding Session

Denise & Joe came for a pre wedding photo shoot at the end of Summer. I had a lot of fun capturing these guys on swings, giving piggy backs & climbing trees {although this is harder to do in a big white dress} I think they would agree that it made the photos on their big day seem less scary. Joe and Denise framed their engagement shoot photographs and used them at their candy table and the guest book table at their very stylish wedding. Looking forward to editing their photographs from their big day soon, denise was a stunning bride and the autumnal colors made for a beautiful backdrop. Congrats Joe & Denise.

Sunday, September 2, 2012

Scrabble, Zombies & Tulips, just some of their favorite things

Jasper and Christine wanted a wedding like no other so they themed their wedding 'a few of our favorite things'. It was fitting that Christine had tulips for her bouquet as Jasper was Dutch. Their love of scrabble, zombies, music, holidaying & cake was a few of the things that ran throughout their lovely day, featuring on the table plan and in their civil ceremony. This quirky couple placed in a wooden box  letters each of them had written describing their love for each other and along with a bottle of wine, nailed it shut until there may come day in the future that they might quarrel. Then the box should be opened, each go their separate way and read the other ones letter and then come back drink the wine and decide their future. Lovely little details like this were featured along the day, wooden hearts were placed at every table with a pen to write a personal message to them which they would then put every heart into a frame to hang in their home as a reminder of their wedding day. Christine's dad made them a wishing well to place cards and well wishes into & Christine even pledged in their ceremony to even love and hold Jasper even in a case of a  Zombie apocalypse.