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It’s literally been forever since I’ve posted on my blog. Well, that ends today!! Facebook is fabulous for posting quick sneak peeks and previews… but wedding days need just a little more than that. I love telling wedding day stories with my photography, and that’s what I hope this blog post does…. not only for those who weren’t there, but for the family and friends of Shayna and Remi who took part in their special day as well. I hope you all feel like you were there… and that you are reliving all the gorgeous moments of their absolutely perfect day.


I was fortunate enough yet again, to be working  with a second photographer… my friend Tracy Waye Kelly helped me out tremendously with everything. And, many of these images are hers as well. It always amazes me how we can be in the same place at the same time, and yet our vision for the scene is completely different. In addition to this, we can’t be in two places at once…. so it allows us to capture as many moments as possible on a day that’s as important as a wedding day.


Remi and Shayna… I can’t tell you how happy I am for the both of you. Although we only met on the day of your wedding, you two seem like such genuinely kind and good-hearted people… and your love for each other shines through in every single image of you together. I truly appreciate you choosing me to document the first day of what I’m sure will be a long and happy marriage!


I think I’ll let the images do the rest of the talking for me…. here’s a selection of favourites ♥


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When I stepped onto the property where we were doing Richard and Elene’s family pictures, needless to say, I was speechless. Everyone who follows my works knows how much I love rustic scenery (especially farms), but this was over the top! Even the lighting was absolutely spectacular. The girls got some photos with their favourite horse… and even the “nosy” cows decided to come in for their up close and personal photos, haha!!

I had an absolute ton of photos from this session, but I did get it down to a manageable amount for a little sneak peek ♥

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One month ago today, I had the honour of documenting Tara and Glen’s gorgeous wedding day.  I met these two at the local gym that we all go to, where everyone is pretty much like family, so it was a really relaxed day.  We usually see each other when we’re super sweaty after a tough workout, so it was nice to see these two all done up for their wedding! You both looked fabulous!!

The day started out raining, but that passed, and we actually ended up with a pretty great sunset! It’s a good thing we ran out to get it, because it was gone quickly too. I certainly didn’t expect that to happen (given that we started the day with umbrellas), so it was a welcome surprise!

Thank you (yet again!) to Nicole Robichaud from Dreamland Photography for second shooting with me for the day! You will definitely find lots of her shots in here.

Here is a (fairly large) collection of my favourites so far from a pretty fantastic day ♥

All the crazy in my dreams,
And both my broken wings,
Every single piece of who I am,
Yeah, she knows the man I ain’t,
She forgives me when I can’t,
And the devil, man, no, he don’t have a prayer,
‘Cause she loves me like Jesus does.

I always like to save a few of my favourites for the end of the post ♥

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Anne and Ryan are one of those couples that are, quite literally, a photographer’s dream. They are absolutely, positively in love, and you can see it so clearly every time they are around each other. That is something that you absolutely cannot fake in photos – they tell the real story. And let me tell you – their wedding day photos showcase just that – a real, true, love story.

We had so many fun ideas and locations for photos (including a somewhat secret, special location that has very sentimental meaning to the bride and groom)… I even got to dig out my “Lensbaby”! I posted a couple of photos I took with it on Facebook after the wedding, and they are probably some of my favourites from the whole day. Because it’s a manual focus lens, it’s definitely a little tricky (especially on a wedding day), but Anne and Ryan put their trust in me and let me capture some moments with it. I’m so glad they did, because it gives such a unique look and feel to those particular photos!

Once again, I was very privileged to have Nicole Robichaud of Dreamland Photography second shooting with me for the day! You will see many of her photos in here. I love how she gets such unique angles and perspectives on the day that I am unable to get!!

I’ll say no more about this wedding, because this (rather large) sneak peek is all you need to know the events of the day…. it really is a love story in photographs ♥

“Yes I’ve climbed a mountain
I’m gonna swim the sea
There ain’t no act of God, girl
Could keep you safe from me
My arms are reaching out,
out across this canyon
I’m asking you to be my true companion”

Marc Cohn

As always, I left a few of my overall favourites for the end of the post ♥

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Exactly a month ago today, on what proved to be a *very* hot and sunny day, I had the privilege of documenting Katelyn and Phil’s wedding day. (Special thanks to Nicole Robichaud of Dreamland Photography for being my second shooter for the day yet again 🙂 )

We started the day with a ceremony at St Michael’s Basilica (my favourite church to photograph in), and then headed to Katelyn’s family’s property in Whitney. It was the perfect spot for everyone to relax and unwind (after lots of photos of course), before heading to the Rodd Miramichi for the reception. The Nelson Doyle Dancers put on a spectacular show there for all of us – it was the first time I’ve ever seen them perform, and they did not disappoint!

The whole day went by so quickly, but we had a blast! Enjoy this preview of the day… and Katelyn and Phil, I hope you get to relive your day just a little bit by looking through these photos ♥

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  • April Plourde-Cloutier - All our best to the newly weds and may there be a lifetime of happiness. Katelyn, you were an absolute beautiful bride; Phil is a very lucky man to have you as a partner in life. Congrats and here’s to a new beginning as one. Cheers!!ReplyCancel

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