Kirsten + Trevor Wedding – Summerhill Winery

Simply beautiful. Kirsten and Trevor wanted an elegant vintage feel for their wedding and that is exactly what it was. Beautiful details, beautiful people and a beautiful backdrop for such a perfect day. Thanks so much for allowing us to be your wedding photographers and capture all the little details that made your day so unique.

VENDORS

Ceremony and Reception Site: Summerhill Winery
Hair & Make-up: Total E’clipse
Getting Ready: Hotel Eldorado
Flowers & Decor: Stage Right Etc.
Cake: The Cake Diva
DJ: Flyin Hawaiian
Photography: Adrian Wedding Photography
Officiant: James Harnden
Bridal Gown: Ethos Bridal

Alan - June 3, 2010 - 8:40 AM

Pix look great!!! They already bring back great memories of a fabulous day.

Jeanette Olinyk - June 3, 2010 - 9:26 AM

Can’t wait to see the entire collection. Photographers did a fabulous job – everyone looks great! Love the photo of the guys with Evan (hands stuck in pocket). Cute!

Kirsten - June 6, 2010 - 1:14 PM

Jon and Jenny you both are incredible photographers-we couldn’t have ended up with any 2 better people to capture everything we love about our day! Priceless…

Karen Schneider - June 8, 2010 - 11:32 AM

These pictures are amazing, it was such a beautiful wedding and day, can’t wait to see all the rest of the pictures.

Jenna - June 10, 2010 - 4:47 AM

Ok, so this might be one of my favorite weddings you’ve documented to-date. Wowza! Love those bridesmaid dresses. Love the old truck photos. Love the getting ready details.

Theresa - June 14, 2010 - 5:57 PM

Oh, wow! Your pictures are amazing!! Kirsten you look absolutely stunning in all the shots. I love your colours, the decor, the flowers and well, everything looks like it made for a picture perfect day.

Carmen Park - August 12, 2010 - 3:13 PM

WOW… It looks like the day was prefect! Congrats and all the Best to you and Trevor as you journey together in this CRAZY game called Life!!!

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