I met up with Linda & Nick back in May for their engagement session. We started out in red deer and ended up in Sylvan Lake, one of my favourite places. Even thought it was May, the lake was still covered in ice and it was a little bit chilly while we were shooting. I’m super excited for Linda & Nick’s wedding next year outside of Red Deer. Here’s some of my favourite photos from their engagement session.
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Danielle & Dan’s wedding happened on pretty much the most perfect day ever… summer temperatures and fall colours, just beautiful. Amy and I headed to Red Deer the day before to hang out and check out locations, so we were pretty excited when we could get in to check out the reception early to photograph all the gorgeous details in the morning before we went to cover everyone getting ready. Danielle had so much fabulous jewellery, I was over the moon happy to get to play with so many diamonds! One of the perks of having a jewellery store in the family! (If you’re in Red Deer and have a hankering for something pretty and shiny, check out Clowe’s)! After regretfully handing back all of the shiny things, Danielle got dressed in her gorgeous gown and I got to witness the sweet moment when her Dad got to see her all dressed up.. I think there were tears all around! Amy got to hang with the boys and have a pretty fun time before we headed out to the church for the ceremony. Afterwards, we went to the Old Water Treatment plant for formals photos… what an awesome location!! That was followed up by hanging with the statues downtown before going to the reception at the Holiday Inn 67. The speeches were sweet and it was a pretty great night of dancing! We also had the GiggleBooth going , what fun that was! Yup, it was a perfect day! Congratulations Danielle & Dan!
Boy oh boy am I behind in blogging my weddings from the summer of 2012 and beyond. Here we go back a wickedly hot day in July for Whitney & Chayse’s vintage inspired wedding at the Old Timer’s Cabin in Edmonton> I met up with the girls up north for hair and make-up before heading to the hotel to capture them getting ready. I am in love with Whitney’s beautiful lace dress! And well, really, who can resist all the girly sparkly things? Once we were ready, we headed to the Old Timer’s Cabin for the ceremony and then wandered around Kinsmen Park and the area for the wedding party photos before I snuck Whitney & Chayse away on their own for a little bit in Mill Creek Ravine for some couple’s photos. We headed back to the reception for a great evening of speeches and dancing while we all melted a little from the heat. It was a great day! Congratulations Whitney & Chayse!!
Danielle & Dan had the best luck in having the most amazing weather for their wedding in Red Deer nearing the end of September. It pretty much felt like early August and couldn’t have been any more perfect for such awesome people. For their wedding party photos we hung out at the old water treatment plant and it was just perfect with a mix of brick and decay with gorgeous fall colours overlooking the river. I loved Danielle’s dress, it was slinky and fit her beautifully. Dan looked pretty darn awesome too! This is one of my favourite photos of them, snuggling together, and it’s just perfect in black and white!
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This one is taking us back to a glorious day in July for Maria and Kevin’s outdoor wedding ceremony at Coronation Park in Red Deer. I love outdoor ceremonies, I just don’t get to photograph them enough. There’s always lots of light, and lots of space to run around for different angles, and I don’t have to worry about my shoes squeaking on the grass The weather was just fabulous with a little bit of cloud cover for the ceremony in the park. After the ceremony we stayed around in the park for some family photos and few of the wedding party before heading over to the most amazing building in Red Deer, which just so happened to be home to an accounting firm. I love finding unique locations, and I’m willing to bet that Maria and Kevin were the first to have their wedding photos at that gorgeous building. Lucky we were there and they were so nice to let us come inside when the sky darkened and Red Deer was pummeled with hail! After the hail let up, we ended the photos at the old train bridge before going to the reception to grab some details at the Black Knight Inn. Luckily, the crazy weather passed quickly so the drive back to Edmonton in anticipation the next days’ wedding went smoothly.
So, you think it’s funny to show cans of OFF!… i think the OFF! was a guest at about 90% of my weddings this past year… it was a bad time for mosquitos in AB!