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Jenn and Pat {got married}

I have been dying to blog about Jenn and Pat! We LOVE them and we loved their wedding.

Where to begin…well Jay and I met J and P just 24 hours pre-ceremony. They live in San Diego and hooking up in Canada became a bit of a challenge. We met with Jenn to do some last minute planning on Friday, did the run around, talked about family, and acquainted ourselves with Bear Estates in Collingwood (aka Cranberry Resort).

We were back on site the next afternoon and began shooting right away. A little worried due to rain, we were thrilled to arrive at Bear Estates to bright blue skies and fluffy white clouds. The men were stoked, hilarious and dashing I might add. The ladies we gorgeous and incredibly easy to shoot. We were so lucky to work with this party…they pretty much entertained every idea we had. From straddling gas pumps to borrowing boats, they did it all.

Did I mention we loved them. Everyone was so kind and gracious, we enjoyed the “high school table” immensely, dinner was incredible, their guests were a breeze to work with. All in all it was perfect, really. We couldn’t have planned a better day. From rain, thunder, and lightning to clear blue skies, to entire rainbows over the marina we had it all. Thanks so much to Jenn and Pat and their uber fabulous super model wedding party! You guys rocked.

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Amyand Tammy {married}

My husband, Jay and I had the great pleasure of photographing Amy and Tammy’s wedding in Dwight, Ontario this weekend. We first met Amy and Tammy through my cousins, at our cottage one rainy weekend last year. So it was a bitter sweet surprise to found out rain, rain, and more rain was in the forecast.

The Wedding ceremony and reception were held at The Foxwood Resort which is a charming little cottage resort nestled quietly on Lake of Bays in the heart of Muskoka. I shot “photobooth” style for a couple of hours before the ceremony, Jay was incredible…running from one end to the other barely missing a beat. He did a great job capturing some very telling candids. I have to say I could not have done it without him.

The entire wedding day we felt like family. Amy’s dad Jim, the go-to guy made us feel very welcome and all of their guests were wonderfully kind…not to mention beautiful. The day went off without a hitch! Regardless of the drizzle the wedding ceremony was outside on the patio underneath 100 raised umbrellas. We were all thrilled, and proud, and excited to witness this union.

Thanks so much to Amy and Tammy, we loved photographing your wedding!

A thousand shots later, 300 of the best, and just a few of my favourites…here they are.

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