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Lauren & Greg’s Sneak Peeks
These sneak peeks of Lauren and Greg’s Bradford Barn wedding photos, have to be the biggest sneak peek blog post I’ve ever done! I have soo many favourites it was hard to pick just a few for the sneak peek photos!
The Bradford Barn was the perfect venue for Lauren and Greg’s rustic wedding (if only their horse-baby Avie could have been there as well!) They lucked into perfect (yet HOT) weather, and had their ceremony outdoors in front of a beautiful field. The bride and groom got a little bit emotional, but they were happy tears!
The wedding party was of course awesome, and really fun! I do like a good fun wedding party – they had everyone smiling and laughing the whole day!
Lauren and Greg surprised their guests by doing a choreographed first dance which was SO awesome…. more photos of that in their full blog post!
Congrats Lauren & Greg!
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Kristine and Outhith met at Sheridan College on February 26, 2010. They were in the same class. Outhith was very quiet, and he went to college just to focus on his studies. (Meanwhile, Kristine has a bubbly personality, and is very social.) Since Outhith was so quiet, Kristine thought he was so mysterious. He barely spoke or socialized with the other students.
Anyway, it was a very cold day, and Outhith asked Kristine to watch a movie called “Shutter Island” – and things took off from there!
After dating for eight years (and having a son together), Outhith decided it was time to propose. It was an evening in November, and Outhith took Kristine back to Sheridan College (where they first met). They had this favourite spot on campus, right by the pond where they used to hang out a lot in their college days. Outhith took her back there, and asked Kristine to marry him on bended-knee.
Kristine and Outhith had a small wedding in Bradford, at the home of Rev. Pamela Covert-Slater, on the anniversary of the day they met – February 26th! They are also planning a big destination wedding in Mexico next year (also on February 26th)!
Getting married in February, Kristine and Outhith were hoping for a “winter wonderland” type of wedding, with lots of snow. Oddly enough, everything melted the week leading up to their wedding! I used some photoshop magic to create a bit of snow for a few photos, just for fun 🙂
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I loved being Kailyn and Rob’sBradford wedding photographer, because the whole day really felt like I was just hanging out with some friends, who happened to have a really upscale sense of fashion. Their wedding was different than most because it was more casual, and had a lot of casual-fun elements such as playing video games, watching baseball, playing pool in their basement, a quick game of basketball, lots of silly photos, and of course Rob made a run to Tim Horton’s.
I started out at Kailyn and Rob’s house, where the girls were getting ready. As I always like to do, I began photographing all the wedding details I could find.
Kailyn wore one of her favourite pairs of sandals that she’s owned for many years.
She also wore a necklace, bracelet and her usual wedding ring. (Yep she had her wedding ring long before she got married. Keep reading!)
Like a few of my brides this year, Kailyn made her own bouquet. She bought the flowers at Sobey’s for $10, and then arranged the bouquet herself, and wrapped it with ribbon.
Kailyn decided that she needed something old/new/borrowed/blue, and for “blue” she went with a fancy blue pipecleaner. I love it, haha!
Once Kailyn was all ready to go, she made sure to play an old-school game of Mario with her son Lucas, before heading off to the ceremony venue.
Kailyn and Rob got married at the home of their officiant, Rev. Pamela Covert-Slater, who had a gorgeous property with lots of greenery, which is my favourite for photos!
Rob met us there, but the girls got there first so Kailyn could go hide before Rob showed up. They opted not to do a First Look, so Rob didn’t see his bride until her son walked her down the aisle.
After the small, intimate ceremony in the garden, the guests all clapped while Kailyn took a bow and Rob high-fived Lucas.
Kailyn does an excellent Mary Katherine Gallagher, so we re-enacted a few shots…
After we left the officiant’s place, we went to a local park in Bradford that Kailyn always loved as a child. It had a cute little gazebo and garden area.
Photos with the veil!
We did lots of fun goofing around shots.
Rob and Lucas went to grab some Tim Horton’s, so I did some portraits of Kailyn, and then we met the boys back at Kailyn and Rob’s house.
Back at the house, while enjoying our drinks Tim Horton’s, I was formally introduced to Lucy – Rob’s fish. I have to say, this is the first time I’ve ever photographed a groom with his fish on his wedding day – but it was my idea. haha.
Kailyn couldn’t be trusted not to spill on herself, so she drank her coffee with a straw. Then they played some pool in their basement, watched some baseball on TV, and played a game of basketball in the driveway with Lucas before heading to the Trophy Case for the reception.
I love how Kailyn and Rob’s engagement photos were incorporated into the reception!
Kailyn and Rob actually exchanged rings before they got married, so they used the same ones for the ceremony as well.
The wedding cake was ordered from Walmart!
All in all it was a great day! Laid back, comfortable, and fun!
To see more of Kailyn and Rob’s wedding photos, view the slideshow below. (If you can’t see the slideshow below, click here.)
I was so excited for Kailyn and Rob‘s wedding, because I knew it would be unique and different from most weddings. I knew this because Kailyn and Rob themselves are so much fun. They’re laid back, relaxed, funny, and they share a mutual love of Tim Hortons.
After Kailyn got herself ready, she played a few levels of Mario with her 7-year-old son Lucas.
Not the new Mario either – the old-school vintage, original Super Mario!
Here’s Rob, a most-handsome groom, just before the intimate Bradford wedding ceremony, performed by Pamela Covert-Slater in her beautiful garden at her home.
After the ceremony, we did family photos at the ceremony site, then we went to a location that Kailyn always loved as a child – a small park in Bradford with a lovely gazebo, and some gardens.
Some portraits of the lovely bride, who claims she can’t smile, pose, or walk for cameras. I beg to differ! 😉
After the photos were done, it began to rain just a little bit, so we went back to Kailyn and Rob’s house and they played some basketball with Lucas (another thing I’ve never witnessed on a wedding day! It was awesome!), then they continued on to their reception. More details on that to follow in the full blog post!
Congrats Kailyn and Rob! I had so much fun hanging out with you guys, I really felt like I was just spending the day with friends! I also LOVED how you incorporated so many of the engagement photos into your wedding day!