We met Johnny and Jen Nov 2010 when we did engagement photos. I loved their personalities and when they returned home Jen asked if we would come to Winnipeg for their wedding. I was all for it. After we booked this wedding the number one thing we heard over and over again was, ‘There is nothing to shoot in Winnpeg.’ The answer I came up with was you don’t know me very well then. All I need is a awesome couple, old buildings and a fun bridal party. So now is the time to show everyone what we did and how we Rocked It in Winnipeg! I love getting away from Vegas because there is never enough green for me here. We started the day getting ready at sepearte houses and then heading over to the church for the ceremony. I was very excited to see this old church I love the character it has. After the beautiful ceremony we headed downtown for some amazing shots with the bridal party. Then it was on to the reception to dance the night away. Johnny and Jen you guys have a great group of friends and you can tell how close all of you are. Thanks for letting Doug and I be apart of your amazing day and getting to see the true beauty of Winnipeg, which I love. I am kinda sad that I didn’t get to photograph more of the places there but I am sure I will return.
Of course we cant forget all the Vendors that make the wedding day.
Venue: The Gates , coorinadtor Melissa Morrow (which if you are not sure where to do she was fab. I totally recommend her)
Linens: Planned Perfectly
Chiavari Chairs: Accessible Elegance
Cake: Southern Sweets
Videographer: Cam Friesen
Flowers: Timeless Florals
Dress: Stella Bridal Boutique
Photographer: Mindy Bean Photography
This little flower girl was so cute. This picture is one of my absolute favorites I have ever taken of a father and daughter. I could have just shot this one picture and I would have been happy. When I image can tell the story by looking at it I feel I have done my job. We can’t forget about our crazy photo booth. Here is just a sneak peek at all the fun you guys had.
Till next time, M