Jordan and Rosie – The “I do”

I am playing a little catch up here with blogging, as this wedding took place back in April.  I feel kind of bad that I am just getting around to it but so much has happened in the last few months and honestly the blog really slipped.

I met Jordan and Rosie a few years back through my cousins and their really good friends Derek and Sarah.  I met them before they were engaged and not to long after Rosie had the ring and they began planning for their big day. I was so excited when they asked me to be a part of their day.

I travelled to Waterloo for the wedding and had a great time. I had even more fun with my second shooter Tim Hutchison (whose photos are also in this blog). We had so many laughs along the way that it didn’t feel like it was our first time working together. Tim had great ideas and was always on the move! It just so happens that another friend of mine was hired to do the make-up for the girls! Candace did an amazing job working and again it was fun to have another familiar face in the room for the first part of the day.

I am most excited about the pictures on the St. Jacobs train (part of the Waterloo Central Railway) from Waterloo Park. We got to our destination just in time to ask if we could use it for some photos. I honestly think that was the highlight of the day for me.

We finished the night off at St. George Hall on King Street in Waterloo.  For the amounts of time I drove by I never knew how lovely it was. There were three receptions going on and the place was happening.  The simplicity of the decorations made the reception elegant and a great end to a wonderful day.

FYI I love these shoes

Jordan and Rosie, I wish you all the best as you embark on a future together. Thank you for the opportunity to capture your special day. I had fun and hope you did as well!!!

– N

One comment

  1. Nicole the pictures look amazing as usual. Thanks for being part of their day and capturing so many special moments for them to cherish.

    Sarah Cherrey

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