This was our first wedding of the season. A big start with great people. This is a GOOD crowd, every. single. last. one. of. them! I’ve been shooting in Muskoka for close to a decade and the Sherwood Inn kids never fail to disappoint. Sarah and Josh make me really happy about being a wedding photographer.
Grown up sisters… These relationships are special, so special and unique. Loving. Supportive… You know… But it would seem the combination of Muskoka cottage holidays, new husbands, wedding anniversaries, happy parents, a bossy photographer and a few cocktails throws families into a wild tail spin of shenanigans. This grown-up group was a pleasure to photograph. I’m not sure that I’ve said it recently but Cottage Sessions on the lake, any lake are really my favourite!
This family is on my blog often, their lives have been well documented. I cherish our relationship very much and am really looking forward to learning all about baby Arlo. Living in Toronto it was likely I’d have to miss his birth, although we did some planning for birth photography. The irony is on the Sunday night that I left the city, passing through their neighbourhood, I messaged momma to say ‘any baby, I can come right now?’ There was no babe yet. And what do you know – less than 24 hours later she was in labour, surrounded by her all people. I missed it. I missed by only hours! Instead we gathered at the cottage near Huntsville yesterday. They cuddled in bed. Changed bums. Fed babies. You know the drill. It was lovely.
Renee and Trevor! Such a joy to work with from day 1 (their winter engagement session). This was my first wedding of the busy season and I couldn’t have imagined jumping in with anyone else. It feels like these two are family which makes documenting their wedding pretty special.
April was a wild month up north, from the floods in Muskoka to unseasonably cold temperatures in North Bay. We were expecting snow, floods, overcast skies, freezing bridesmaids, the works. Instead this wedding day saw a giggling wedding party, blue skies, maybe a skiff of snow, a handful of lambs, and a Harlem Shake. It was what all wedding days should be; full of support, true love, laughs and some wicked little gifts from mother nature.
Much love to you both. Can’t wait until next time.