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This past May, Sophie and Eric were married in a beautiful, intimate ceremony surrounded by only their closest family and friends.  These two couldn’t have been more in love and their day couldn’t have been more perfect for them.  What a perfect beginning to their new married life together!


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As soon as I met Jennifer and Tom I knew I wanted to be a part of their small, intimate winter wedding.  They are both so sweet, so kind, and just the kind of people that are awesome to be around.  To top it off, their son, Jackson, has the biggest and best personality of any little person around.  He kept us smiling all day and even broke out his seriously sweet dance moves as the evening went on.  Every moment of their day was relaxed, full of laughter, and just authentically them.  What a perfect way to start out this new part of their life together and we couldn’t have been happier to be there to capture it for them!

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Lindsey & Ryan were married just a week before Christmas.  The weather leading up to their day was not exactly what you’d call beautiful;  it was wet, cold, muddy, and just not the vision Lindsey (or I!) had for her wedding photos.  Then we got lucky.  In the last couple of days before the wedding, the snow fell softly and magically turned Mapleton Park into a scene suitable for a fairytale.  Add in a beautiful bride, a handsome groom, their closest friends and family and you couldn’t ask for much more.

Ceremony Venue – Hillside Baptist Church | Reception Venue – Wedgewood Hall | Hairstylist – Michelle Partridge | Makeup Artist – Sarah Jane Bastrache of Bastarache Beauty | Cake  – McBuns Bakery | Dress- ACS Formals

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From the moment Janna told me that she and Ryan were getting married at centre ice at the Moncton Coliseum, I knew it was something that I wanted to be a part of.  I mean, really, what could be cooler than that?  The excitement kept growing in the months leading up the wedding and then a funny little thing happened – Janna and Ryan’s upcoming wedding was making the news.  There was tons of buzz around these two, the first couple ever to get married at centre ice at the coliseum.  Wait a second – what?  I didn’t know we would be shooting the first wedding to happen there EVER!  The pressure was on and I was full of a crazy mix of excitement and, I’ll admit it, nervousness.  Luckily for me it turned out that I had no reason to be nervous at all.  Janna and Ryan, along with their amazing and crazy fun bridal party, kept us laughing and having fun all day long.  Everything went off without a hitch and was so much more than I ever could have imagined.  The details that Janna and Ryan built into their day were pretty impressive.  Everything was hockey themed, from the bride’s garter and the groomsmen’s socks to the cake, the decor, the entrance, and the favours.  There were even custom hockey jerseys for everyone in the bridal party.  It was all perfectly personal and so very them.  It was the very best way for the two of them to start their new life together.

Janna and Ryan – Thank you so much for inviting us to tag along with you on your big day.  It was so much fun and one of the most unique wedding experiences I’m sure we’ll ever have.  I hope you enjoy this little highlight reel of your day.

Flowers – Salisbury Flowers and Treasures  | Hair – Jolene O’Blenis at Root 106 Hair Studio | Makeup – Megan Burgess Younique Cosmetics Rep | Cake – Janet at Sweet Bites & Cupcakes | Custom Jerseys – Kado Promo | Tux – Tip Top Tailors | Dress – Chester & Felicity Bridal Boutique | Ceremony & Reception Venue – Moncton Coliseum | Catering – Matt Pennell at Legends Restaurant  | Limo –Landry Limousines  | Band – Hone the Craft | Guitarist for Ceremony – Ryan Langille

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I love a good backyard wedding and Rebecca and Scott’s was no exception.  Every detail of their day was perfect.  Their children were all a part of the bridal party, Rebecca’s brother and sister-in-law played beautiful music, and her other brothers, her dad, and her daughter walked her down the aisle.  There was no head table, no cake cutting, no speeches, and no bouquet toss.  All of the formalities were replaced with a perfectly relaxed barbecue dinner, lots of laughter, a bon fire, and of course a night full of dancing.  It was the perfect day full of close family and friends.

Rebecca & Scott – Thank you both so much for asking us to capture your day.  We couldn’t have had a better time!


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