Friday, September 16, 2011

Margriet & Jon | Wedding Photos

Oh Margriet and Jon, I do love these two! I taught them both back in grade 9 and their nerdy love for science, as well as their super sweetness, had me smiling all day:) Being that Margriet is a teacher, she took a BUS to the ceremony. Yes, a yellow school bus! Their table seatings? A Periodic Table of Tables! Their favours? Test tubes full of candy. I love it when couples make their wedding so personalized. And one last thing. During the ceremony, Margriet sang `1000 Miles' to Jon so very beautifully. She has an amazing voice. Near the end, she started getting too emotional to finish and they finished the song just holding each other. Tears all around.

I hope you enjoy the photos of their wedding day!






























{Margriet and Jon, we had such a good time photographing your wedding. Thank you for having us be part of your day!}

8 comments:

Margriet Radke said...

Gary and Louise thank you so much! I love the pictures and they turned out amazing! You guys did such a great job :)

Ali said...

Lovely lovely lovely!!! And I wish I had thought of a Periodic Table of Tables. Brilliant!!!! Love the shot of the brick wall with just the bouquet and their sides/hands...something like that :) Margriet - you looked beautiful!!!

Lynn Webb said...

Beautiful photos and couple! I love New West CRC and the quay for locations.. Good work!

kelly ens said...

beautiful! i love the red in summer - something you don't see often. also love the periodic table of tables and the party favors. oh, and the cake!!!

Maria said...

So awesome! Love the table chart.
And the whole wedding party looks great! Handsome and beautiful people!

Natalia Baelde said...

Beautiful pictures! It was really fun finally getting to work with you guys!

Tiffany C said...

Gorgeous couple, amazing day, BEAUTIFUL photos!! Nuff said!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing so those far away can enjoy seeing the excitement of the day!
These are beautiful! What a lovely wedding, and the little details captured make such a difference. Congrats and Good work!
Tia Kersbergen