Sweet Baby Rose | New Brunswick Newborn Photographer

Darling little Rose came to see me in the studio earlier this month and I was completely smitten; she was a precious little one who had the biggest smiles (and frowns) that I have seen in a baby in quite awhile! Her parents are from wedding clients too, which is like winning the lottery for me, it’s such an honour to be chosen for life’s big moments like the beginning of a marriage and the beginning of a family. I try to never take it for granted <3

(And this yellow flower set up might be a fav of 2018 for sure!!)

Everyone, meet sweet baby Rose.

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Hilary & Dan | Fundy Coastal Country Wedding [Alma, NB]

I’m warning you now, this is a long one. I had such an amazing time with Hilary and Dan, their big day had all the elements that I value in a wedding; a relaxed atmosphere (above all), beautiful details, unique locations, a fun wedding party, and a couple who was willing to do anything, include running barefoot on the beach, cliched and all 🙂 We got to shoot in what can only be described as sunny fog, and the weather cooperated all day, which is a big deal on the Fundy coast! It was a spectacular way to end July and I can’t thank them enough to allowing me to be a part of it!

Couple: Hilary Brown and Dan Leblanc

Ceremony Location: Albert County Museum, Hopewell Cape, NB

Reception Location: Vista Ridge Lodge, Alma, NB

Photo Locations: Albert County Museum + Fundy Park, NB

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Mandy and Trevor | Sussex, NB Engagement Photographer

When I got an email (and then a call) totally out of the blue from my old high school classmate Trevor, I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I was SO happy when he asked me whether I would be interested in photographing his upcoming wedding to his love Mandy! Trevor is like the nicest guy ever (he was many a girl’s crush back in the late 90s-early 00s), and when I met Mandy she seemed to be a perfect match for him, beautiful and kind and confident and witty. They are getting married in October (my favourite month) at Oceanstone Resort outside of Halifax (my favourite city), and to say that I am excited is an understatement!

We did their engagement photos in Trev’s (and my) hometown, Sussex, and I made them do the most “Sussex”-y thing ever in the summer-get an ice cream at Sully’s 🙂

Bring on October!!

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Jennifer & Luke | Minister’s Island Seaside Wedding [St. Andrews-By-The-Sea, NB]

It’s hard to describe how unique and wonderful Jen and Luke’s wedding was on Minister’s Island, a place I had never been to before and could barely believe was real. After getting ready in a gorgeous suite at The Algonquin, they had a late morning ceremony with a picnic/lawn games reception in the afternoon, all based around the tide schedule (if you’ve never been to Minister’s Island, the only way on and off the island is by an ocean path that gets covered at high tide, essentially leaving you stranded). They rented out the entire island and as a photographer I honestly felt overwhelmed with the possibilities! But in the end it didn’t matter, what mattered was photographing the many sweet interactions between Jen and her family, between Luke and his friends, between everyone gathered on this tiny picturesque island to celebrate these two wonderful-and unique-humans. The day was full of traditions, love, personal details and many, many smiles. I felt insanely lucky to be chosen as their photographer.

Couple: Jennifer Estey and Luke Webb

Ceremony Location: Van Horne Estate, Minister’s Island, St-Andrews-by-the-Sea, NB

Reception Location: The Bath House, Minister’s Island, St-Andrews-by-the-Sea, NB

Photo Locations: Minister’s Island, St-Andrews-by-the-Sea, NB

And because the world needs to be a little less serious (as does this photographer…)

 

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Karen & Rubin | Sussex, NB Traditional Country Church Wedding

On a gorgeous, hot sunny evening, I drove out to a tiny country church, unused for 364 days of the year, for a very special and beautiful gathering of friends and family to celebrate Karen and Rubin’s beginning into marriage. Lit by kerosene lamps and adorned with wild lupins, this old church became the gathering place for what felt like a very old fashioned and traditional country wedding. Afterwards, everyone remained in the churchyard for a simple picnic while sitting on pews and we took photos in the stunning surrounding landscapes. It was stress-free, wholesome and a real pleasure to be a part of.

(This was what I call an ‘intimate’ wedding-with reduced coverage-which I offer during the off-season or on weekdays during the wedding season only; if you are planning a smaller, intimate celebration on a non-Saturday and are interested, please get in touch!)

Couple: Karen McKellar and Rubin Manning

Ceremony/Reception/Photo Location: Mount Hebron Church, Mount Hebron, NB

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