Annapolis Royal, particularly the Queen Anne Inn, provided the perfect backdrop for Sarah and Rupert’s magical day. Their wedding was filled with so many beautiful moments, people and feelings that it’s impossible to sum it up in a few simple sentences. Luckily, a photo is worth a thousand words and the images below speak volumes on the love that Sarah and Rupert share. ♥

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  • August 13, 2014 - 4:15 pm

    Sarah (and Rupert) - Christine,
    We are so happy with our photos – you captured the day beautifully. And it was an absolutely pleasure having someone like you be a part of our day.
    Thank you!!
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Photographing Jessica and Michael’s engagement session felt like a true adventure. I took the ferry to PEI and these two kindly picked me up on the other side. We went to the beach, played in the water, visited a historic village and stood in not one but four fields: wheat, oat, corn and soybean. Funnily enough, we didn’t find ourselves in a potato field which is odd since we were in PEI after all!  All our field tromping suited Jessica & Michael to a tee because they both grew up on farms. I tried to impress them with my (very limited) farm knowledge. I don’t think it worked, haha.

The thing I love about these two is that laughter seems to come to them as naturally as leaves to a tree. Jessica smiles with her whole being and has a light-heartedness about her that makes you feel instantly at ease. Michael counters that with a certain air of steadfastness but don’t let first impressions fool you. There’s a twinkle in his eye and easy laughter is always close at hand. We were only together for a few hours but there’s no doubt in my mind that Jessica and Michael are a perfect match.

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I love it when a year or two after their wedding couples contact me to photograph their growing family. It’s so great to catch up and of course, meet their newest addition. In this case, Cassandra and Matt welcomed sweet Finley in November and I was happy to meet her last week. We met at Fisherman’s Cove, went home for a quick outfit change and finished up at Rainbow Haven beach. Finley is cute as a button and has so many adorable expressions. I swear that if I had taken 1000 photos, she would have had a different look for every one. She completely cracked me up! Cassandra and Matt, thanks for inviting me document so many special moments in your life. It’s truly a privilege! ♥

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  • July 28, 2014 - 6:37 pm

    sue - you were amazing when you did their wedding pictures…just as amazing with the family ones.Thank you for the memories!
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