Small town weddings are so beautiful to capture. From the gorgeous church located at St. John’s Baptist Church, where Paul & Emily decide to have their ceremony, to the gorgeous Code’s Mill reception along the water. The church has the most amazing architecture, wait till you see the ceiling & stain glass windows. And you can’t go wrong with the stunning stonewalls, hardwood flooring & beautiful lighting Code’s Mill provides. Now, lets get to the most important part of the day, the PEOPLE! From Paul & Emily’s non stop laughter during their engagement shoot, I knew their wedding day would be so much fun to capture. It was non stop laughter during their formals, these two have so much fun together. Are timeline allowed for a lot of the photos to be completely prior to the ceremony, which I was so grateful for because it poured rain shortly after the ceremony. We managed to find a great stonewall, within the courtyard of the Code’s Mill for some additional family photos & the rain stopped for the remaining pictures. I’m so grateful we got outside for the couples formals, the landscapes near the Mill are non stop. I could shoot there for days, it’s just so beautiful. Emily is one extremely organized bride, she had so many areas mapped out, which I loved. She knew what she wanted & Paul is just so easy going.
Paul & Emily had live music during their ceremony, which makes it so special. The bestman & the grooms brother in-law both preformed during the ceremony. During the reception, the bride, groom & guests dance the night away, to the Father Of The Bride’s, live band. Check them out, they are amazing, “Showtime Band”!
I’d like to congratulate Paul & Emily again, on their beautiful wedding day. Enjoy reliving your wedding day
It takes a village 😉
The ring bearer (nephew) is making sure, the groom stays cool.
Adorable flower girl, getting ready.
Oh the beautiful details
Can you feel this hug? LOVE LOVE LOVE
I think they want the rain to stop
Some of us smile, with are whole face! LOVE IT
I love the greenery & parks, but this is a cool spot too.
Formals are done, now we DANCE!
Excuse me, coming through
Cutest feet, on the planet. Look at those adorable ankles
It’s nice, to share the dance floor
Questions to the Bride & Groom:
Would you like to share, how the engagement happened?
We travelled to Westport, ON. Visited a lookout on a cliff overlooking the town and lake.
How did you decide on your venue & what did you love about it? We wanted to plan a rustic wedding and we loved the charm of the building.
How would you describe your wedding in 3 words? Rustic, Milestone, Sentimental
Creative Vendors Involved:
Second Shooter: Kim Cotton
Dress: Designer and Place of purchase (Website and Contact info)
Dress designed by Maggie Sottero
Sold by With Love Bridal (www.withlovebridalboutique.ca)
66 Hearst Way
Florist (Website and EMAIL PLEASE!)
Bridal bouquets and boutonnieres are silk flowers bought online
Centerpieces (baby’s breath) bought from Kelly’s Flowers (www.kellysflowers.ca)
17 Wilson Street East
St. John the Baptist Church (www.stjohnperthontario.com)
Officiant Name & Contact Information
Fr. Brian McNally
Code’s Mill (www.codesmill.com)
Wedding Planner / Coordinator
DJ/ Entertainment Services
Hair & Make-up artist
The Curly Red Head
64 Gore Street East
Bridesmaids Dresses: Designer & place of purchase (Website and EMAIL if available):
Dress designed by David’s Bridal
Sold by David’s Bridal (www.davidsbridal.ca)
145 Trainyards Drive
Groomsmen and Groom attire (Website and EMAIL if available):
Groom’s suit by Kenneth Cole
Sold by Moore’s Clothing (www.mooresclothing.com)
145 Trainyards Drive
Invitations (Website and EMAIL PLEASE!)
Vista Print (www.vistaprint.ca)
What are your COLORS? This will help me as I prepare to shoot your details!
Teal and Gold accents
Key Beer Bottle Openers
Please list any other vendors that were a part of your big day!
Lisa Provencal Photography ()