Saturday, August 13, 2016
Today I had the pleasure of photographing Ruth and Stephen's wedding. Sending them very best wishes. They wanted to give everyone the love sign. Love you back!
Thursday, August 11, 2016
Spring Valley Chapel is a lovely quiet place that is just outside Calgary in a town called DeWinton Alberta.
A beautiful romantic place to have a wedding. Carol and Brian chose the Chapel keeping with their country and western theme wedding. The day was wonderful and we managed to dodge the rain drops in between photos. I arrived early to find Carol in the Brides room getting ready and took some photos of her as she relaxed just before walking down the isle in the church. A lovely small church that was filled with their family and friends as everyone watched the service. Coming back down the isle I was able to capture them glancing each other so happy and just outside the doors of the church.
Carol and Brian wanted a big photo with all their friends. Around to the back of the big red barn is a wonderful fountain area where we got some really pretty photos of just them and off to the side more family photos.
The gardens has these old wagons that made a wonderful photo for them in the back ground.
After leaving Spring Valley we headed over to Lake Bonavista for more photos of the happy couple with just their wedding party. Lucky for us it rained as we were driving there and then it stopped just as they were getting out of their limo. We couldn't have been happier for them. We ended the day with some smiles and friendship as they continued on to their reception.
Carol and Brian we wish you all the best of happiness for years to come!
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