I think we were all watching the weather forecast leading up to Saturday to see if the predicted rain would actually arrive, but throughout everything Tara and Paul had fantastic attitudes and in the end we really didn’t have to worry all that much. :)
When Tara arrived home from getting her hair and makeup done at Sets on Fort, she could not stop smiling and it was definitely infectious. Everyone was so excited for the day. Once the girls were all dressed and ready to go they made a quick stop to visit Tara’s grandma who was unable to attend the wedding. These are the little moments that are really meaningful throughout the busyness of a wedding day.
The ceremony was out in Beausejour in a church that was absolutely stunning with hand-painted murals all over the church. It was the perfect location for a wedding and Tara was thrilled that their family priest was able to marry them.
After the ceremony we had only a short time so we had to make it count! I love shooting in little towns or different locations since you never know what you will find. Half a block away I noticed this awesome little yellow caboose that made for some really fun shots with the couple. We also found the time to do some really quick romantic shots of them on the train tracks and by this fantastic blue door that I had spotted nearby.
Our last location was a little odd but definitely stunning. Leading up to the wedding, Tara had suggested we stop there and I’m so glad she did since it made for some gorgeous images. I love the shots in front of the arched doorway and in the caves; they are so unique!
We arrived at Rembrandt’s Bistro just in time for the girls to freshen up and get ready for their entrance. I quickly grabbed a few details shots of the tables that were wonderfully put together by Planned perfectly. Cake-ology made a true masterpiece for Tara and Paul. Their cake looked amazing and it mimicked Tara’s dress – what a great little detail!
Thanks for a wonderful day, guys! I hope you love the images as much as I do. :)