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Kyleigh and Peter | Belcroft Estates Wedding

Fun. That is definitely the right word. This couple and their whole bridal party was just so much fun!  First of all, check out the awesome space the groom and his men used to get ready! A fully outfitted vintage garage. The man cave. This place could not have fit in any more vintage memorabilia. Every square inch was covered in it. Not to mention a beautiful classic red car!

The whole wedding was beautiful and you could really tell how much the Peter and Kyleigh enjoyed each others company. Shot with Oak and Myrrh

He is thinking, 'Dang, my new wife is fiiiiiine!'


These guys mean business. 

Check out all these adorable hand-made signs!


Rachel and Matt | Homegrown Backyard Wedding

Early in the Fall I had an amazing opportunity to attend and photograph this adorable backyard wedding ceremony with Oak and Myrrh Photography. It was just about the sweetest thing I have ever witnessed! Love shooting through the air like sparks. The bride's dress was an unbelievably amazing and glittery Jenny Packham gown that she got for an absolute steal! Even though it was late September, it was a glorious day. The sun shining down. Barely a cloud in sight.  

The ceremony was simple and beautiful and focused on the love they had for each other and the love of their families. 

Love isn't something that you find. Love is something that finds you. - Loretta Young

Drooling for days over this bouquet by Jessica Hunter of A Fine Medley! 


Ely and Mira | Camp George Wedding

*Sigh* Precious, precious, precious! I loved every last minute of this adorable camp wedding. First on the adorable bracket, the wedding took place at the camp that the bride and groom met and grew up at together. So sweet right? There were so many sentimental details scattered throughout the day. Not even a bit of rain could dampen the festivities. They just broke out the rainbow umbrella!

Everything was so bright and colourful and their personalities oozed out of every detail. It was such an honour to photograph this wedding with Oak and Myrrh Photography

The groom is a producer, so etched on his ring is the voice pattern of his new wife reciting their Ketubah contract. So sweet! plus his brother got him two new knives and a bottle of whisky. Best brother in the world award. 

There is something about being by the water that makes the world feel calm. 

How unbelievably awesome is the bride's bouquet? It was crafted by the bride's friend and is made of little paper pinwheels

The chuppah was hand-made by the groom's mother. It was meticulously made and took several months. Also how cute are the bride and groom's brothers walking down the aisle together? 

A few of their guests were deaf, so they provided an amazing sign language interpreter for every moment of the wedding!

I just adore this Jewish tradition of being surrounded by your close family during the ceremony. You can really feel the support of family all wrapped up around you.  

They provided a camp survival kit for their guests. It included things like water bottles and ponchos for the rain. 

The groom and his brother made their own craft beer for the wedding. Certified original. 

There really is nothing quite like a Jewish Horah dance. 

Congratulations Ely and Mira. It was a truly heartfelt and sentimental day. 

Lindsey and Jayden | Port Cunnington Lodge Wedding

The Lake of Bays. One of the most serene and marvellous spots for a wedding. So gorgeous it might just bowl you over. And having your wedding at Port Cunnington Lodge during the height of the Fall Season is enough to make you cry big fat tears of beauty overload. This couple decided that one day was just not enough to get the whole experience and knew that a whole weekend was definitely necessary to celebrate their love with all their friends and family. The weather definitely cooperated. It rained all morning right up until when I arrived and then the sun just burst through the clouds to say hello. Boy am I glad it did. Because Mother Nature was in a great mood that day they were able to say their vows out on the deck, right by the water. 

Muskoka is a dream location for any wedding and I am so glad I got to be there with 3Photography to shoot this wedding. Click HERE to check out their blog to see their vision of the day. 

All the images and edits posted below are my own. 

Emily and Paul | East Garafraxa Homemade Wedding

This wedding was just one big swoon fest from beginning to end! I was so lucky to be able to help 3Photography photograph this stunner in early August. Click HERE to see their blog of this perfect wedding. All of the following images were taken and edited by Arynn Photography.

The bride and groom were able to hold the whole thing at the bride's father's gorgeous property. Dotted with willow and apple trees they could not have picked more of a fairy tale location. The decorations were so adorable and unique. The tables were scattered with moss and acorns atop burlap table runners. Birch bark was made into candle holders and table number flags. Different glass pieces lined the tables filled with wild flowers. My favourite part might have been the favours. Little muslin bags filled with lavender and wild flower seeds.

The had such a cute set-up for the guest book. A beautiful antique dresser topped with wild flowers. They had an instant camera set up for guests to take pictures of themselves to add to the book. The whole thing was straight out of a story book. Not even rain could stop this love story. I am so glad I was able to be there. 

The bride hand-made her antler hair piece herself. 

What's a little rain? This group can handle it!

Check out these adorable little cakes the bride's mom made. I adored these beautiful little porcelain fox figurines as cake toppers. The rest of the cake was adorned with sugared lavender. 

Look at the beautiful string lights! The groomsmen spent hours setting it all up themselves. Like a starry night sky. 

Possibly the sweetest father-daughter dance ever!