Alex and Steve were married on August 24, 2013 in Bath, New Brunswick on the most perfect day! Alex started off the day at her families home with her bridesmaids and close family. All the details were laid out and ready to be photographed. After an exciting morning of hair and makeup, Alex was so excited to get dressed and go get married at 2:02 pm.
The wedding ceremony took place in Johnville at the local church. Alex looked stunning as she walked down the aisle in her wedding dress towards Steve. Father Bill, who also officiated a wedding I photographed earlier this year, held a very heartfelt ceremony. After an hour and a half of photograph in Bath, we made a quick stop back at Alex’s family home for the end of cocktail hour. Like any proper Carleton County wedding, the boys brought out the rifles and skeet to have a bit of fun before we went to the reception. Soon before the 6:06 reception was set to begin, we went to the Knights of Columbus hall in Beachwood for a grand entrance of the new Mr. & Mrs.
Alex and Steve, thank you so much for having me as your photographer! I appreciate you two and your story – and every minute we were together Saturday.
Patti from Made You Blush was onsite to glam everyone up! She did the makeup for my wedding and always does such a beautiful job!
This was the bonnet that Alex wore to her christening. She carried it with her during her whole wedding day
Alex’s family set up the hay bales in the field for us to use for pictures! Such a thoughtful family and they were to pretty to use!
Just down from the hay bales was a gorgeous barn that we photographed against for quite a while. The light there was perfect… so were my models!
Alex, you are such a beautiful bride!
The Knights of Columbus Hall was so beautiful! I loved all of the draping, candles and centerpieces! So pretty!
Alex’s father is a farmer and they had an adorable dessert bar at the reception. It took me a couple of minutes to put it together while I photographed it, but it is a potato bar! There were “rain drops”, “potato leaves”, “dirt”, “rocks” and even different types of potatoes. So cute and personal!
The laughter never stopped during the speeches! Everyone was so funny and every word they said was so heartfelt!
Alex and Steve had the most amazing idea for their reception… they had a dueling piano bar playing during dinner and the dancing! It was the first time that I saw that at a reception and it was so much fun!
Congratulations Al and Steve!