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MR. & MRS. BAY

About a year ago, Stephanie came into contact with me for her wedding. Since then, getting to know her was definitely getting to adore her, as her and I were both fellow Potterheads, and it seemed the stars aligned for us to work together. Jonathan on the other hand was still a mystery, because his busy bones were out in Saskatchewan being a hero, and we didn't get a chance to meet until only a few days before "I do."

Stephanie is joining Jonathan on the road to the West, followed by little Liana, who was the sweetest flower girl ever. I am so glad I got to celebrate their special moments together a few weeks ago, because everything was smiles and love between these two.

A small, quaint ceremony took place basking below the warm sun, under the trees in Olde Sandwich Towne, followed by a dinner overlooking the waterfront. The wedding for the Bay's was perfect for them - simple, with rustic charm.

Until we meet again, I'm sending many of happiest wishes their way from home, awaiting when they'll come back and let me capture them once more.

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Dress: Galina
Rings: People's Jewelers, EMBR
Floral: Eco Flower
Cake: Yummy Tummy
Locations: Mackenzie Hall, Jackson Park, Lilly Kazilly's
 

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LAURA & KEITH

I was so grateful these two risked a rainy Sunday drive from Sarnia to come visit me for photos in Windsor - we were blessed with perfect weather, and beautiful sunshine!

Laura was introduced to me from our dear friend, Heather, who will be one of her bridesmaids this upcoming September. I'm completely honoured to be apart of their adventure in life together, and can't wait for their special day in a few months!

 

MCCAMON FAMILY

Mama Danielle & Andrew reached out to me as she's about to pop in August of this year. This family was incredibly fun and definitely all-means beautiful, that photographing them was a breeze (pun intended with the very windy day we had!)

Little Dax is very excited to be a big brother to his new baby sister, and was full of smiles and laughs on this day!

"There may be no relationship that's closer, finer, harder, sweeter, happier, sadder, more filled with joy or fraught with woe, than the relationship we have with our brother or sister."
- Jeffrey Kluger

TY & MIA

I remembered photographing these two darlings when they were a flower girl and ring bearer in a wedding 2 years ago – they both grew so much in the time passed, I barely recognized them!

I was glad Mama G got in touch so I could get them in front of the camera again. The first time they were really shy... this time Ty & Mia had no problem showing off their smiles and climbing abilities!

These two are going to break some hearts in a few years time.