when the bride is sad that the rain might STOP… we know we’ve found our people. all day we covered locations all over the Humber Valley region, and fittingly finished our last wedding of the year off with a beautiful rainy night shot outside of Marble Mountain. Rebeccah and Cody, we can’t thank you enough! for having us along, and for your easy going personalities and huge smiles. it was quite the 2018 season ender!
not that we’re advocates for pulling fire alarms, but when it means your reception has to be evacuated, and there’s suddenly time for epic-sunset photos… well, you send a mental thank you note to the three year old who meant well, and you take off and shoot that sunset! thanks again to Jess & Grant for having Dru & I along for the ride!
For Nicole and Jeff’s day, we were handed the entire buffet line of weather – rain, wind, sun, cloud, and a truly unreal sunset. And these two not only took it in stride, but laughed the entire way through the day. Guys – your attitudes were unreal, and we had a phenomenal day with you both! We hope you enjoy! Candace & Dru
we often hear from brides and grooms who live away that come back here for their wedding say how much they miss newfoundland. these guys were no different – but went the extra step to ask us, could we treat this beautiful province like it was another member of our bridal party? yes, yes we could. we hope we did newfoundland justice for you guys! thanks so much for putting the trust in us to do so – we seriously loved your day.
we had a full weekend off recently and it was such a breath of fresh air. it was spent with great company, and we were also absolutely spoiled with a load of amazing food. and I’m talking real food too. steaks, potatoes, corn, asparagus, eggs, cheese, toutons, french press coffee, and wine. (obviously not all for the one meal. we just take food seriously. that, and our friend is a professional chef/wonderful human being who cooked all of this for us.) I also have to add… this was in the middle of november, it was 10 degrees, it was cell-service free, and it was…