Courtney and Daryl got married at The Nottawasaga Inn . They were hoping for an outdoor ceremony, but it was about 10 degrees Celsius and pouring rain, so the ceremony moved indoors. Fortunately, they were still willing to go outdoors for photos.
Courtney’s Maid of Honour laces up her dress and she poses for a portrait with her mom.
Reflection of the groomsmen getting ready.
Courtney and Daryl wanted to see each other before the ceremony, so we set them up like this. Daryl had not yet seen Courtney on the wedding day.
This was their reaction to seeing each other for the first time on their wedding day.
Courtney told us that her and her Maid of Honour were known for their outrageous self-portraits, so we asked them to pretend they were doing them for us.
Courtney’s mom walked her down the aisle.
I love how Daryl’s looking at Courtney after her walk down the aisle. I think this is proof that seeing each other before the ceremony does not ruin the moment of seeing each other for the first time at the ceremony.
Everybody laughed throughout the ceremony (including the officiant).
It was still raining when we went outside for photos, but that was ok!
Note the raindrops on the photo in the photo on the right.
The sky turned orange as we were about to wrap up. They had a birch tree theme, and we actually found a birch tree in the wedding garden!
My associate, Sarah was photographing this wedding with me and she noticed this street lamp and took these awesome photos.
Wedding cake and candles. Don’t you love the birch candles?
Mother son dance.
They played a joke on Daryl for the garter toss. The poor guy was blindfolded and they put his best man beside Courtney before he retrieved the garter.
This was his reaction.
There was some serious effort for the bouquet toss.
Congrats again on your marriage, Courtney and Daryl and thanks again for being so awesome about getting your portraits taken in the rain!
I especially love the outdoor shots, maybe rain is a positive influence for wedding photos!
these are beautiful … I love the lamp ones