Wedding days are great – some days are awesome.
Danielle & Dave could not be a nicer couple, and when you throw wonderful parents into the mix, it makes for a very special day. I am not even going to attempt to list out the things that made this such a nice day – it just was.
As well as working with really cool people, it was a unique ceremony location, great weather, and everything went super smoothly.
So here is a Sneak Peek – just a few images to whet the appetite. As fantastic as it is to see really cool images of a bride and groom, images with parents that tug at the heart strings are so valuable. In the last photograph, Danielle’s father Steve displays the right emotion for a perfect father and daughter memory.
Over the course of the last few months, we are have enjoyed dinners and long chats with this wonderful family, and it truly has been a pleasure.
The ceremony was held at The Big House.
Reception celebrations took place at the Kensington Court Hotel
Lindsay & Matt light up the room when they walk in.
They really do, and it’s a wonderful thing. This is yet another case of spending a lot of time, not only with the bride and groom, but also with their parents. We have chatted with them, celebrated with them, heck, we even shared pizza at our place with them. Lindsay & Matt brought their parents along to meetings – really nice people.
The celebrations took place at The Royal Park Hotel, the entire wedding day was fantastic, and everything went as smooth as silk. It was an absolute pleasure to work with these guys, and their families. More images of Lindsay & Matt to come.
Trang, Kenny and I went downtown last week for an engagement shoot in and around the DIA. Although we did some stuff inside, the weather was absolutely perfect and we shot most of the session in the grounds of the building.
When your subjects look great, it seems to make my photography seem a lot easier. And Trang & Kenny certainly looked great! When their wedding comes around we are scheduled to spend a little more time at the DIA, so it will be interesting to compare the two sets of images.
Thank you both for the experience.