Golf courses can usually provide an all inclusive experience for your wedding. Most can provide both indoor and outdoor locations for the ceremony and reception, and often provide catering solutions too. And don’t forget that those manicured grounds provide fantastic photographic opportunities too.
A lovely late autumn wedding surrounded by family and friends.
Melanie and Ryan drove from Red Deer to get married in their home town of Braeside, and from what I saw it was definitely worth the trip. Shots of some kind of crazy blue booze, hay wagon rides through town and plenty of good friends and family. What more could you ask for?
One of my favourite parts of a wedding day is when the bride and groom decide to see each other privately before the ceremony. It becomes a calm and special time that’s just for the two of them in an otherwise whirlwindy day of excitement. And so it was when Jessica and Paul first saw… Read More
I have a lot to share, so I’ve split this wedding’s images into two posts. Here we go! I have been to some hot places in my life. Africa, Malaysia, Thailand…I remember a morning spent photographing the grounds of the Singapore Botanical Gardens back in 2003 that was so hot I had to change my… Read More
These two crazy cats were married in the Glebe at St James Church. We then hopped into the vintage Impala and cruised into the market for some magic time with the wedding party. The rest of the day was at the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club for dinner and party time! …Mike