For all you super cool winter brides, here is a fun little snapshot of Leslie & Mike’s frosty wedding… brought to you courtesy of Anne Edgar Photography.
The festivities began at Leslie’s parents home – the perfect place for a photographer to capture all of the fun, chaos & anticipation of a girl on her way to walk down the aisle. Detail shots, pix of the bride dressing, photo ops with bridesmaids. Fairly standard stuff.
Except that Leslie & Mike were thinking a bit more outside the box for their fab winter wedding… and had something more interesting in mind for their wedding party. Instead of heading straight for the venue, the bride & girls headed to Wildcraft, where they met up with the groom & groomsmen for some beverages, gourmet burgers, & belly laughs.
As the sun was setting, we headed thru the snow storm to beautiful Hauser Hall for some aisle walking & ring trading. Champagne toasts, laughter, and naturally – photos in the snow were mandatory. Dinner & dancing, love & laughter wrapped up a perfect snowy winter day.
Congrats Leslie & Mike!
btw – the officiant? that’s my friend Martti from Kettle Creek Weddings!
old hollywood style, where King meets Queen Street in Kitchener… Kristen knows best when planning the right look for a evening wedding at Walper. Rolls Royce limo, fur shrugs, lace dress = georgeous! See for yourself…
And I was there to watch it happen. That is – watch thru my camera lens, and wow, the photos we got! Here are just a few favs…
Photos at Wildcraft in Waterloo, and ceremony & reception at Hauser Hall. Love that place!
I am up late printing a massive picture of Julie, for the big wedding show this weekend at Bingemans. The big Julie photo will be over 3′ tall & 3 1/2′ wide, fresh off my new large format printer. FUN! I should have purchased this printer years ago! I am going to make everything super big from now on. The quality is amazing.
Come out and visit us this weekend at the show, we would love to chat with you there. Bring your wedding questions & plans, there will be experts in every field! Fashions shows too.
You would not think that spending 2 strait days talking to a thousand brides could be fun, but it is, every year! Find us right inside the doors in Marshall Hall, look for the white & pink colour scheme, and of course the big Julie photo…
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Southwestern Ontario Brides take note – if you want vendors that know what they are doing, check out these ladies. Each is a consumate professional in their respective businesses. Creative, original, and personable, they are the kind of people you want at your back during the most special, demanding, spectacular & stressful day of your life.
During this colaborative project, each of these talented ladies brought their uber skills to the table to create this fabulous wedding experience. Click on the slideshow link above to view the results.
Thanks to these talented ladies for a fun day!
Chrissie Boon from Too Nice to Slice, cake art
Afzia Shareef from Style and Elegance, wedding co-ordination
Amy Deriu at Bridal Depot, wedding couture
Tracy Kestle from Little Details, wedding stationary
Wendy Rykman from WR Designs – florals
Thanks to La Hacienda Sarria for the great location.
As always, photography by Anne Edgar Photography
I just want to say that I absolutely LOVED the pictures!!!!! Growing up beside a photographer I know the importance of good pictures..and I always tend to pick out flaws in photos that I see, just because I grew up watching Mark and Connie critique photos. Anyways I really wanted good wedding pictures, and I don’t think I could have chosen a better photographer. I love every picture, and you made our day so much fun, and helped make the day such a good memorable experience. I put some of the pictures up on facebook already (don’t worry I made sure your name is on them), and I have had so many amazing comments. I have some friends that might be getting engaged soon so you might be getting some calls from them lol. So, yes..absolutely you can take the password lock off the gallery. Anything that can let the public see how great a photographer you are, im fine with that 🙂