Personally, and more than anything else, I see weddings as something more about people coming together, a reunion you might say. From documenting weddings for nearly 10 years I know that images with loved ones are often the ones most important to my clients. I'll always capture more than enough portraits of the bride and groom doing their thing, but an image collection just wouldn't be complete without images like this one.
Hey Guys ~ Many people have been asking me for more info before ordering parent albums, the album design process, and which album size is best for them.
I've put together a video which should hopefully answer all your questions. Check the video below for all the info you need. To upgrade your album to my gorgeous 12x12 size, or to order your parent albums you can easily do so right here at the bottom of this post, or jump over to my webshop here, and give your folks something special. All duplicate wedding album designs are 50% off, so certainly it's a great way to save and have a gorgeous, custom designed album that will last.
Along a quiet stream and a narrow path - Margarita and her parents carefully walk towards the biggest and brightest moment of her life yet - her outdoor wedding ceremony at Pavillon de la Jamaïque. It was the nicest day of Fall. Lot's to share from this one soon.
Before the rest of this celebration is posted, below are three images from Margarita and Djoum's Mont Tremblant Adventure session.
I had never filmed a wedding before this day. I had never actually done any video work before showing up to meet Dana and Hussam's friends and family that afternoon in downtown Montreal, at the Vogue Hotel. To be honest, I should have started doing this years ago. Dana would move through the room with such an excited energy it was truly a gift to watch, and seeing things through the video viewfinder for the first time was quite a different experience than I'm used too, but also really exciting. I loved the way Dana would look right through the camera without an inch of hesitation. She definatly owned it, all day.
Take a minute to check out this short teaser I prepared for Dana and Hussam, both the warmest and best kind of people you'd want to spend time with. Together they completely trusted me when I wasn't sure I believed in myself actually, and for this I am so thankful for having the opportunity to make this Montreal wedding video for Dana and Hussam.
I'll be taking on more work as a videographer for adventure sessions, elopements, and very intimate weddings. If you are looking for a montreal wedding film maker for your own upcoming event be sure to get in touch and share your story with me.
Windermere House is a grand, and gorgeous hotel in the heart of Muskoka, Ontario. It's the perfect place for a serene Muskoka Wedding. The long view and cool breeze coming off the water of Lake Rosseau creates a wonderful little scene, and I was reminded of how lucky I am to play a part in a day as big as this for my couples. The long drive to be there was more than worth it. I was in great company.
Maggie and Jeremy decided to invite their families and closest friends to join them in tying the knot on the hotel known as the 'lady of the lakes' front lawn, rain or shine - which we were treated to a bit of both. From all over the country guests came and danced, friends could be found all across the grounds beneath a gorgeous, and clear night sky. With a surprise show of fire-works, Maggie's mother set the evening a blaze, I managed to capture a few frames, yet those images don't nearly compare to standing among everyone out on the grass, looking up to watch the night sky loudly light up.
Muskoka Magic. Lot's of love to you both ~ MB
PS. If you are a guest and have been trying to find your portraits or buy a print from that day, click here to view the friends and family gallery.
If you are engaged, or planning your own upcoming wedding great things are on the way ~ be sure to get in touch here to find out how I can help make your celebration everything you are looking forward to.
Just a few images from a really special day watching Stacy and Edd tie the knot recently. The Montreal Courthouse was the location for their wedding ceremony, which is a place I hadn't been to since my own wedding there several years earlier. Being there brought back a lot of good memories, and I was happy to know this would also be a very special place for Stacy and Edd.
After we made hilarious guest portraits and witnessed the depth of Montreal traffic delays everyone came back together for phase two of the day.
Family and friends were invited to the fantastically hip Cardinal Tea Room on St. Laurent, for dinner and a dance party. Sadly I wasn't there to catch all that, but by judging the playlist Stacy had expertly put together I knew the rest of the evening would be next level.
It was a pleasure, all the best to you both ~ Cheers Stacy & Edd.