saying "i do" among family & friends
"When you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible."
Surrounded by family and friends, and among a beautiful backdrop of a cornfield with lots and lots of flowers, Jaycee and Jesse were wed.
The cutest little flower girl ever. She was such a dream and loved her job!
Jesse looks so proud as his wife-to-be walked down the aisle.
Exchanging rings is my favourite part of a wedding ceremony. These two had tattooed rings on their fingers, but also gave each other wedding rings.
And...the ring bearer took his job seriously too! Look at him helping straighten the bride's dress. Now that's dedication to his job going above and beyond!
I totally love the colours of this fall wedding.
When we are working out the details of a shoot with a client we inevitably get asked “What should I wear?” The answer to this question differs from shoot to shoot since some of what we shoot is themed (i.e. vintage portraits in the park or Christmas sessions), but there are a few “rules” that we, and many other photographers, generally stick to.
1. Keep location in mind
If we are going to the beach then heels are probably not the best choice. Likewise, flip flops are not wise if we’ll be traipsing through tall grass. Those are practical choices that are sometimes forgotten when we are deciding which shoes look cutest with our outfit at home. On a similar note, wearing beige to the beach or green to a forested location might also be unwise.
2. Coordinate without matching
3. Keep pattern and contrast in mind
Rather than explain this one I’m going to just share some great graphics from Pinterest to show patterns and contrast and how to mix darks with lights, brights with neutrals, and patterns with solids. Choose one person to wear the “anchor” outfit (i.e. the pattern) and coordinate from there.
4. Make a photo interesting and unified with accessories
Cathy & Jenn of CatsMac Photography, Cobourg, Ontario.