We recently filmed Lindsay and Rob’s incredibly fun wedding at Evermore and we decided to take out our drone to get some detail footage from the sky. We put this short promotional film together so couples can see grounds. For more info on Evermore check them out at www.evermoreweddingsandevents.ca
Thanks to Chelsea Mason Photography for being amazing to work with that day
The bridal look is soft and romantic with the feel of effortless beauty. Radiant makeup and well-styled hair gives each bride her own signature angelic look. Unique diamond rings shine brilliantly, because all brides need to sparkle. No other accessories are required as the veil and floral crowns create a ethereal, picturesque frame. True flawless beauty. The Groom is well dressed in a classic way, but unexpected accents such as the colour of his shoes, tie, and pocket square, ensure that he stands out as a man worthy of celebration.
Photographer: Jack Loves Mary Photography / Concept & Decor: Gloss Events & Decor / Venue: Mill Street Brew Pub / Wedding Stationery: Paper and Pearls / Cake: The Cake Whisperer / Bridal Gowns: White Satin / Hair: Precision Styling/ Makeup: Julie Williams Makeup Artistry / Flowers: Floral Reef Designs / Floral Crowns: Anemoi Creations / Ring: Anne Sportun at Magpie Jewellery / Models: AMTI / Menswear: Mario Uomo Italy / Clothing Styling: DM Stylist / Harvest Table: Makin’ It Lovely / Cashmere Scarves: Karma Cashmere / Ring Box: Here and Now Shop
Natasha and Fanny were married on a chilly fall day at the Club de Golf Gatineau. I say chilly, but I mean cold, very very cold. It was actually considerably warmer on Christmas Eve then it was on this Sunday at the end of October. It was Natasha and Fanny’s dream to have an outdoor fall wedding and nothing stood in their way. The leaves had just finished changing in the Gatineau hills but there was just a few left to the setting even more beautiful.
Natasha and Fanny are sporty outdoor girls with a huge love of hockey and they infused a lot of this into their day. From the hockey stick arches for the recessional to the hockey towel kissing game and wedding favours the day was uniquely theirs. There was a fantastic mix of french and english throughout the day which again was distinctly them.
Photographer: Phillipa Maitland Photography – phillipa.ca
Main photo by Phillipa Maitland Photography
“Veronica you are my peanut”
There are some weddings that put smiles on everyones faces throughout the entire day. I know weddings are supposed to do that but there are some where you step back and can just see the joy in everyone in the room. As soon as I stepped into the amazing guesthouse at Le Belvedere there were jokes (that I can’t repeat) being hurled everywhere and this was from the bridesmaids. It was then that Drew arrived with the couples two dogs and that was just the beginning.
This was the first time we were able to work with Derrick from Union Eleven Photographers and as you can see he is one of the most sought after photographers in Canada – http://www.unioneleven.com/veronica-andrew/
The day mixed western traditions with Veronica’s Ukrainian heritage which was a lovely unique touch.
Top Photo by Derrick Rice – Union Eleven Photographers
This was our second time filming at one of our favourite venues – Le Belvedere in Wakefield Quebec. You can’t beat an all-in-one venue, especially not one with the view in Wakefield. They are constantly making upgrades and improvements, the staff is beyond friendly. I cannot say enough good things about this place and I couldn’t imagine planning a wedding in Ottawa without seeing what Le Belvedere has to offer.
We are very lucky that we often get to film weddings with a unique mix of cultures. Michelle and Alex brought flavours of Spanish, French, English and Italian backgrounds which made for an emotional day, with amazing food and a packed dance floor.
I first met with Michelle and her mother before the wedding and her mother looked at me closely and told me how important a wedding video is to her. I asked something about her own wedding video and she told me about many years ago she had hired a videographer for her wedding and months after the wedding she received the footage. The footage however was not a wedding video but instead mixed footage of the backside of women who had attended the wedding.
Photography by Christian Lee
Venue: Le Belvedere