Dawn+Andrew

We had a blast getting to photograph Dawn+Andrew again (you might remember them from an earlier post back in May when we did their engagement session). Our day with them started off with them getting ready. We then headed to Summerhill Winery for their ceremony. They allowed extra time for photographs between the ceremony and reception (which we love when our brides do!) We went to several different spots to get some great shots. Later they celebrated at The Okanagan Golf Club at Quail Ridge.


Dawn’s gown was absolutely stunning


Hair and make-up by friend Ava and cousin Candy


Andrew received a love note and new watch from his bride-to-be


While Dawn was eagerly putting on her new pearl earrings and necklace


I love this shot Jon caught of the guys right before the ceremony started


Dawn and her dad waiting to walk down the aisle


Andrew’s parents holding back tears


Married!


We found this fabulous door up by the pyramid at Summerhill Winery and took full advantage of it’s character and beauty


And full advantage of the pyramid!


We later met up with the wedding party for some classic shots


Dawn+Andrew wanted urban photographs so we took them to this back alley and got some great shots


While I was taking this classic portrait of Dawn


Jon captured some unique shots of her bouquet


Having a little fun!


After downtown we headed to an open field on the way to the reception to get some more traditional contemporary shots. This is one of my favourites.


Jon with his wide angle


Me with my zoom


Before the reception Andrew changed into his RCMP uniform


Instead of the normal clinking of the glasses to have the bride and groom kiss, Dawn and Andrew made their guests come up and sing to get them to kiss. Brittany, Dawn’s niece got up to sing with her ukulele. She had the most amazing voice and did an awesome job!


Some heartfelt, hilarious and tearful speeches


Their first dance as husband and wife

Jenna - July 11, 2008 - 8:34 AM

You are both do amazing work. The wedding looks beautiful and you documented it so well!