It is always a joy to pull up to one of my favourite island wedding locations, Dolphins Resort, especially when I am there to capture the day of a couple I have grown to care about as if we have been friends for years. Such was the case with Amy and Graeme. From a convenient first meeting, to our coffee date and stunning Victoria engagement session, I have enjoyed every moment spent learning about Amy and Graeme.
I am so thankful these two pushed through their, now legendary, awkward first date, so myself and their friends and family could relish in celebrating a couple that is truly meant to be together. They are both highly intelligent, interested and interesting (really you two, is there any subject you can’t discuss?) and together they have already built a life full of shared interest and adventures.
Their wedding was everything you hope for. Beautiful scenery, no stress and moments that will live with them forever – such as the incredibly meaningful speeches.
Amy and Graeme, I hope you know how much I adore you two – your warmth, honesty and positivity is so alluring and will carry you both so far as a couple. Thank you for sharing your light with me.
Huge appreciation to my assistant Jennifer Dodd.
Ceremony and reception at the always stunning and delicious Dolphins Resort.
Make up: Sara at Luminous
Hair: Sherri from Headquarters Hair Studio, Campbell River
Flowers lovingly arranged by the bride’s dear friend Anna, her mom and other friends.
Cake was from Cakebread bakery in Courtenay
Dress was from Shades of White Bridal, Victoria.
Earrings and bracelet were custom made by Vanessa of Wire & Stone Creative Designs
Officiant was Craig Gillis