I loved Katrina and Andrew’s Sauble Falls Provincial Park Elopement for an unexpected reason.
Of course, I feel intensely honoured to photograph weddings. While it may include hundreds of their family and friends, a wedding ceremony is a very intimate moment for a couple. My clients often tell me, “You have your work cut out for you. We’ve never worked with a professional photographer, and we hate having our photos taken.” And while standing in front of all of those guests, it can be stressful to have a camera thrust in your face all day at your wedding. When a couple invites me to their super small wedding (in this case, of 5, including Katrina, Andrew, the officiant, Kevin, and myself), the stakes are even higher. The couple are the centre of attention to an even greater extent.
So when I act as one of the witnesses, I feel even more honoured. Like with Katrina and Andrew.
Sauble Falls Provincial Park Elopement
It was an absolute delight being a part of Katrina and Andrew’s beautiful sunset elopement on the Sauble Falls Provincial Park bridge. And I’ll be working with them over the coming months to help choose the perfect prints to remember this intimate moment for decades to come and to share with their family and friends.
This is a service I provide my clients because often couples don’t think past the actual wedding day. And with everything I’ve learned by providing this service, I’ve put together a resource you’ll find helpful when planning your wedding photos. Tap here to learn how to make the most of your wedding photos.
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