Thursday, July 28, 2011

Megan & Patrick | South Surrey Wedding Photos

What a beautiful day! Megan and Patrick were such an easy going bride and groom. Up for anything, happy with everything:) We didn't have an engagement session together, so it always takes a minute or two to figure out how they are together as a couple. Right away we realized how easy it would be as they were just super comfortable in front of the camera and with each other.

I met with Megan at the ID Salon in Fort Langley. The salon owner, Beeuwke, is actually the one that recommended us as she had done one of our brides, Rachael's, hair last year. Megan got all prettied up and then we went to the Chateau Cargill for the rest of the getting ready pictures with her bridesmaids.




{Megan was a little nervous, and really, what bride isn't?! Megan, you looked beautiful! They were able to have an outdoor ceremony (which I love!). Beautiful, n'est pas?

{I love all the wire with the bouquet, I haven't seen that before.}


{We did the family photos right outside the Chateau Cargill which is such a pretty location. Then, it was off to Stewart Farms and Crescent Beach.}

{I don't know if it's the weather, or the couple, or the pink, but I just feel like so many of the photos below scream `Romance!!'.}





{Then it was down to Crescent Beach for a few photos. We stopped at the railroad tracks for 5 minutes and I'm glad we did!}
{The clouds in the sky were perfect and because it was cloudy, there were fewer people at the beach:)}
{See, so romantic!}


{Then, it was back to the Chateau Cargill for the reception....}
{Editing these pictures just made me want to eat cupcakes. Gary said they tasted great:)}



Congratulations Patrick and Megan! We had a great time hanging out with you two and your wedding party! You were so easy to photograph and had no problem kissing once or twice or a hundred times:) All the best to you in the years to come!

1 comment:

Ali said...

For some reason, I really like the shot of just-the-knees-and-below...kinda different than the regular from-the-armpits down shots.