Not the best shot from this wedding but one that tells a story. Bride and groom are out of focus during this first dance shot, but in perfect focus are dad and big brother looking on.
A picture is worth a thousand words.
There’s something about a shiny red fire engine that brings out the child in all of us. Incorporate it into your September sugarbush wedding – along with requisite firefighting groom – and this photographer right here gets downright giddy.
Miranda and Wayne crafted a wedding day that was so, well, them, you couldn’t help but feel warm and fuzzy the whole day long.
From ‘breakfast for two’ (a simple bottle of maple syrup and pancake mix for each guest – yes, that’s right) to charming handmade signs strategically placed around the 40 acre sugarbush, to the vintage 1920s pumper truck, this wedding overflowed with personality.
Can we talk about the groom’s wedding band made with a ring of actual maple wood – à la love’s sugarbush? Or the light fixture handcrafted by the bride out of an old wheel drum and beautiful crystals she’d lovingly saved from her grandmother’s own chandalier?
I could go on and on but will suggest you look at these instead. Enjoy!
See the rest here.
China tea cups? Check. Crustless sandwiches? Check. Daintily decorated cupcakes? Check. A bridal shower is one of those occasions where it’s perfectly acceptable to delight in the feminine details which these days can be so easily overlooked.
Less than perfect weather didn’t put a damper on this occasion; it was just as nice to be cozied up inside with loved ones while the rain streamed down.
Tiered trays maximized space constraints, coloured glass accoutrements added a glam factor and pansy giveaways in a radio flyer wagon kept it fun.
All the best in life and love to Blair and Sandra as they wed next month – xo M