There’s something about a dock. Maybe it’s because there’s only room for two. Just you and the love of your life sitting at the end of the dock, completely surrounded by water. Or maybe it’s the notion that you’re sort of on land, but at the same time, a part of the water. It’s that … Continue reading
How beautiful is this farm-fresh trash the dress photo shoot by Anna Jones! I love how soft the wild flowers and hay make the pictures! Have I mentioned that Anna will be contributing her 2012 wedding photography to Satin & Snowflakes? I couldn’t me more excited! Here’s what Anna has to say about this shoot: I was thrilled … Continue reading
When I told my best friend, Vicki, that I was interested in putting together a photo shoot for Satin & Snowflakes, she immediately volunteered to be my muse. Her and I debated over a bottle of wine (or two) about location, theme, props, and what time of day… I was hoping for a foggy morning with a … Continue reading
I find a lot of “Trash the Dress” pictures are a little boring, although the concept isn’t. I see a lot of brides jumping off a dock into a river or rolling around in the sand as the tide comes in… but I didn’t really see anything that inspiring until I saw Ottawa photographer Melanie Rebane‘s … Continue reading
Spring is finally in the Capital, and that means the brides brave enough to have their wedding in March best have their rain boots on! I love how at ease the bridesmaids are and the obvious joy the bride is experiencing, even though the weather isn’t ideal. Who doesn’t love puddle jumping? Photographer: Jacki Bruniquel of Durban, … Continue reading
Tara & Jay are very near and dear to my heart. I met Tara while working at my first “big girl” job and we very quickly bonded over our amazing boyfriends and our love for animals (namely cats). Through her I met Jay, now her fiance, a true gentleman with a big heart, strong opinions … Continue reading
Satin & Snowflakes has been so anxious to feature Spring weddings considering how balmy this year’s winter season has been here in Ottawa, but perhaps we need to slow down and enjoy the beauty of winter (considering that the city has been buried under snow this week, winter is hard to miss at the moment). … Continue reading
Taken of newlyweds in the heart of the Byward Market. This picture takes my breath away. I have had the pleasure of working with Troy St. Louis, Ottawa photographer, this past summer on a wedding at the Museum of Civilization. His portfolio is extraordinary, and I can’t wait to show more of his photos soon.