From a backyard meet & greet to an outdoor ceremony below Halifax's Saraguay House. I lost track of the smiles and the laughter. A solid group of people who weren't afraid to let loose and celebrate. And the late night grilled cheese truck? Amazing.Read More
Exploration is definitely a perk of being a wedding photographer. Nothing is stopping me from exploring outside of this job, but when I'm dressed up and documenting I feel like I have a free pass to wander grounds and snap away. I've lived in Halifax for 15 years but I haven't had the pleasure of exploring Oceanstone until late last year.
What a gem.Read More
There aren't too many rules to adhere to. You'll need an officiant and you'll need signatures, but outside of that anything goes. Help each other getting ready? Why not. Exchange vows before the ceremony? Why not. Keep things simple and focus on the celebration. Focus on the hugs, the handshakes, the smiles and the tears.
I've only visited Halifax's Waegwoltic Club during the summer months - this was the first time I've been there during the winter. Old buildings decorated for the holidays have an endless amount of character and warmth - those present only added to it.Read More
Halifax Harbour, Eastern Passage, George's Island, McNabs Island. All viewable from the floor to ceiling windows of Pier 21's reception hall. Spend enough time enjoying the views and you'll be treated to the occasional sail slicing a path to the harbour entrance or a colourful mountain of shipping containers precariously stacked on the back of a container ship. The harbour is alive, and this is the perfect perch.
These views would grace both ceremony and reception and I believe that Megan & Tyler couldn't have picked a more fitting way to celebrate in downtown Halifax.Read More