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Feb 06 2016

 
YAY! I finally had some time to go through some photos and post a wedding over here!

This past September was so rainy! I actually can’t really remember a wedding I shot on September/2015 that it wasn’t under lots of rain. Luckily, rain always give us a little break to quickly go outside for some photos. :)

This is Amanda’s and Bernard’s wedding at the gorgeous Estates of Sunnybrook. It rained the entire day, so ceremony was held inside – not a problem because this venue has a very elegant room as plan B.

Congrats, Amanda and Bernard! Wishing you a lifetime of happiness. ♥

 
Oct 16 2014

 
If I had to describe Fiona’s + Bendy’s big day in one word, it would be emotional: from the very beginning of the day with the Chinese door games till the end of the night with the reception.

Their MCs for the night were superb – it was a fun filled reception with tons of games and you could clearly see how the guests were enjoying themselves. All speeches were in Chinese, but you didn’t really need to speak the language to tear up.

Let me share some of my favorites from this super sunny day at this GORGEOUS GORGEOUS venue. Congrats, Fiona and Bendy! You two are perfect together! Wishing you love and happiness, always! ❤

p.s.: You can check their amazing E-Session clicking here!

Aug 20 2012

When I think my clients couldn’t get any more romantic… this couple really topped it off!

Fabrice wrote Jennifer 12 – yes, TWELVE!! – love letters during the past year, one for each month. We had the chance to read one since they decided to share its content during their vows. I couldn’t stop crying – good thing my camera is always in front of my face, so nobody notices!

Then, during the speeches, we learn that Fabrice, as a kid, reenacted the whole Disney’s Aladdin movie – including songs! – to his sister since she couldn’t watch the actual movie. Isn’t that the cutest thing you’ve ever heard?? I’m a huge Disney fan (for a period of time I even was a cast member but had to gave up on that since I understand that I’m much better as a guest), so for me, that’s actually the cutest thing I’ve ever heard.

Now talking about the wedding – this was so much fun. Jennifer definitely chose an unique location for their portraits: The Art Shoppe! When she told me about her plan, I thought that was extremely creative but I was a bit worried about all the price tags and how we would deal with some of the furniture around the store. Turns out that the staff was beyond nice and helped us hiding price tags and even moving furniture around. I just love the pictures – The light of the store made the pictures came out so dramatic! While I was editing I was thinking, “man, this looks like a movie poster!”. Loved them! Can’t wait to publish my next blog post so I can move them to my portfolio!!

Jen looked STUNNING! Interesting that before their E-Session they talked to me about being worried about not being photogenic, but as you can see, they have nothing to worry about! Such a cute couple. Loved her dress, the hair, her place (yeah, that has nothing to do with the wedding, but it gave the pictures a nice background) everything! That girl has an incredible good taste. I also have to say that the entire bridal party was really into the wedding. I wish I could post all pictures here, got to capture some really nice images because of them. They were SO upbeat!

Congrats, Jen and Fabrice! Wishing you a lifetime of happiness. :)

p.s.: Their last names and the license plate from the Jeep were intentionally removed out of the images for this post.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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