So, believe it or not – I’m still chipping away at sharing some of my weddings from last year! Over the last few weeks and months I’ve been whittling away at albums from last year and I’m only now starting to catch my breath a bit! But I kind of like having a few weddings left to share – and I can assure you – they’re beautiful!
Kristen and Damien got married on an absolutely GORGEOUS October day – 10-10-10 to be exact! Their reception was held at one of my favorite venues – Tyrone Farm. Tyrone Farm is an extremely special place that is run by one of the nicest and most professional coordinators in the business, Ian MacLaren. Tyrone’s barn is situated at the top of a big hill overlooking a valley down below. This allows it to catch the most unbelievable evening light. I think you’ll see that in the images below. Add to that the fact that Damien and Kristen have an unbelievably nice set of friends and family. I literally felt like a welcome guest at their wedding and I was really honored to be able to capture their day.
I pulled together a little inspiration board for their wedding because I just loved the way the colors of their dresses, flowers, and other details came together.
My day started with Kristen and her bridesmaids – as well as the adorable little flower girls giving us a little tune to hum!
I was joined for the day by an incredibly sweet and talented Maureen Ford who hung out with the guys and got this great portrait of Damien.
Kristen just after she got her adorable blusher on!
One of my favorites from the ceremony!
Always one of my favorite moments of the day!
An off moment with Kristen during the formals. See what I mean about the light!?
Talk about a cute couple to work with… So much happiness on this day.
I think this one was my favorite from the day:
The final sparkler send-off…. and I managed not to get burnt during this one!
Be sure to check out the slideshow below – it’s worth the extra few minutes!
Kristen and Damien – It was an absolute pleasure to work with you both and I hope you love your images as much as I do! A special thanks to Maureen Ford and Ian and his crew at Tyrone as well!