Karen & John's 1920's Museum Wedding
I was so excited to be the photographer for this wedding. I adore museum weddings, and this couple was just so original in all their choices, from the vintage toys at the reception to the bride's white beaded dress. My favourite moment was when the groom pulled out two toy tommy guns right after the ceremony and immediately presented one to his new bride. Priceless! More images to come.
Western Development Museum - Moose Jaw Engagement Shoot
Recently I had the opportunity to do a shoot in the Western Development Museum in Moose Jaw. I have to say a huge thank you to all the museum staff for helping to make this shoot happen. We had four costume changes, and both the couple and their children involved in this shoot and it was just a fantastic time. More images will be following in the weeks to come, so stay tuned!
Vintage Themed Engagement - Saskatoon
Costumes, antique stores, engagements oh my! I have been very busy the past few weeks, and I am looking forward to being able to post images from my latest shoots
I love shooting engagements. You can really present a couple in a way that's just so much more relaxed.
I feel many people are so caught up in planning the wedding, they forget to celebrate their engagement.
I find it a bit sad because it's such a beautiful time in the relationship, it deserves to be remembered, too.
Again, big thank you again to the owner of Off Broadway Antiques. Such a lovely shop!
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Vintage Engagement Shoot - Saskatoon Photography
I have a confession to make:
I am addicted to historic clothing.
I know I've promised a post on Part II of my previous shoot (It's still coming!) but I had to share this.
These two are just so gorgeous together. Her face is so lovely, very much a timeless beauty.
We walked all over Broadway today, and the owner of Off Broadway Antiques was very welcoming when we asked to do a few shots in the store.
Artistic Portrait Session Part One
It was so very hard to choose favourites from this shoot, so I'm going to be posting the second installment next week.
I knew when I met this girl that her gorgeous complexion was the perfect complement for a few items from my personal costume collection, and she was truly up for anything that day.
The image of her spinning is my favourite from the entire shoot. It keeps all the dark elegance of the earlier images, but has this wonderfully joyous feeling to it. I must say, having wanted to add more vintage and burlesque style images to my portfolio for quite awhile, this shoot was a real treat for me to photograph.