Sarah and Ryan’s fall wedding was everything they wanted it to be. The Caledon Country Club was the ideal venue with it’s country location and classic decor. When Sarah contacted me and told me that her sister had worked with me at Nicole & Jonathan’s wedding and told her that I was exactly what she needed for her wedding photography……I was honoured. Referral weddings are a gift and a pleasure to photograph another member of the same family. Sarah and Ryan met and I’ll never forget when she told me that their first or second date was at a grocery store…..yep that’s what I said groceries. Sarah is a foody and a great cook and when Ryan found out that she loved walking the aisles of grocery stores, that’s exactly where he took her and I think that from that moment on it was perfect for these two.
The Caledon Country Club with its creeks, rolling hills, willow trees, bridges and treed laneways hosted this overcast wedding day.
Sarah got ready at her family home with friends and family…….and of course she cooked breakfast for everyone.
Her gown was a stunning a-line with lace overlay and cap sleeves
Everyone helped as the bride got into her wedding goiwn.
Brides with dogs want photographs taken on wedding days with their favourite pet.
The bride sewed this pewter angel in her wedding dress to represent her mom being to close to her heart on this momentous day.
The bride and her father taking a moment as they sew the precious pewter angel into her dress.
Another sentimental aspect of this wedding was the brides ring photographed on a picture of her and her mom as a child.
The grooms gift that was opened on the morning of the wedding as a surprise just for him.
The groom as he sets off for the ceremony in the antique model T Ford
The bride is now ready to go and jumps into this beautiful orange pick up truck to the church.
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