How to Choose Your Wedding Colour Schemes

Soon after being engaged one of the first questions you’ll repeatedly get asked is what your wedding colours are. When you haven’t thought that far ahead it can be a little daunting, but don’t stress! If you’re struggling to choose wedding colours, here’s some pointers to help choose them! Know What Matters Most If an…

Our Engagement Session!

Typically you’ll find me behind the camera photographing my couples, but the other week was a different story. I was on the other side of the camera for my own engagement session! Aaron and I had our engagement session with Rachel and it was a lot of fun. We decided to have our engagement session…

Getting Ready Tips For The Groom

More often than not it’s the soon-to-be-brides that read my blog posts for wedding advice or tips, but today I’m talking to the soon-to-be-grooms. You make think it’s odd to have photos of you and your guys getting ready for the wedding, but trust me it’s something your fiancé will love! It’s the photos of…

Kincardine Family Farm Wedding – Hilda & Geert

  I recently had the pleasure to work with Heather from Heather Deitz Photography again! A couple of weekends ago I assisted Heather for Hilda & Geert’s wedding day. It was a stunning day with blue skies in the morning and although it ended up being a little chilly at night, it was still a…

10 Things to Have in Your Bridal Getting Ready Room

On your wedding day, your photographer is going to start with you, the bride, in your getting ready room. One of the first things they will photograph is your bridal details. To make this process smooth and to be the most efficient, have all of your bridal details put together ahead of time. This will…

Common Wedding Guest Myths

To tie together all of my blog posts from my Wedding Guest Series, I thought I’d cover wedding guest etiquette and common myths in this week’s post. What to Wear Starting off the list of common wedding guest myths, is making sure your outfit is appropriate for a wedding. Of course you don’t want to…

Tips for Picking Your Point Person

Wedding days can be hectic and as the bride you don’t want (or need) any extra stress on your big day so having a wedding day point person can be vital to a smooth wedding! A wedding day point person helps you so you’re not pestered with questions from vendors on your wedding day, managing…

Wedding Guest Series: Plus One Etiquette

Ever been unsure if you can bring a date with you to a wedding you’ve been invited to? Well today I’m giving you some tips on how to find out if you can bring a plus one! The general rule of thumb is if you’re married, engaged or in a serious relationship (ie. living together…

The Importance of a Wedding Day Timeline

There’s some key things you need to know before you can starting planning your wedding day timeline. First you need to know what time restrictions are in place for your church and/or venue. This means knowing when you can get into your venues and if there’s an end time in place for when you have…

The Canadian Handbag for Every Occasion

I’ve always been known to have way to many purses and handbags. I was the one in high school who definitely did not want to carry my books in a backpack…I carried them in style in a purse of course! I felt like I had it pretty down pat when I was looking for purses….

Accessory Ideas for Your Something Old, New, Borrowed & Blue

We’ve all heard the saying, “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue”. This tradition is from an old rhyme and all of the items pose as a good luck charm. Typically these items are from your mother, sister, or other close relatives or friends as they wish you well on the beginning of your…

Honey Tasting Picnic

Last week I had the pleasure of working with Nith Valley Apiaries to photograph their honey tasting picnic. This year was their second annual honey tasting and it was an event for all ages! Although the weather was rainy in the morning, it did eventually clear up for a great afternoon! Regardless of the grey…