I’ve known Nick since 1997. He’s a great man that loves life, golf and his wife! He called me up to ask if I was interested in capturing the photographs of his 2014 Gatineau wedding. Of course, I agreed. Then I met Annie. This shy, happy go lucky, fun and emotional woman. Photographing their wedding was a treat. People cried, people laughed, people had fun and genuinely enjoyed themselves.
When I got to Annie’s parents home in Gatineau, I started to capture some details about her dress, their rings and more. I could see that she was a little stressed. Once she got dress, she told me she didn’t want to cry anymore since she cried enough in the morning. Guess what, I didn’t listen hahahaha. I got her dad to come in to see his fabulous princess. Emotions flared up and they had a genuine daughter-father moment which made me think of the day my daughter will get married. Of course, I joined them in the crying…lol
We then proceeded to the first look at the National Gallery of Canada. I had envision the location of their first look after capturing an engagement session at the Gallery. The artful images came out perfect. We then walked to the Fairmount Chateau Laurier in Ottawa to have a more european look at the images. I found that their attire would fit in nicely in such a feel and look.
The family then joined us for the family and group pictures. We still cried and laughed a little.
Annie and Nick got hitched at the Église Saint-François-de-Sales in Gatineau. We still cried and laughed a little.
I wish you two love birds the best and keep your fun, loving and genuine personalities. It was a real treat.
BTW, the weather was once again awesome!
Photography by Sébastien D’Amour – Montreal wedding photographer.
Assisted by Js Dénommé.
Reception: Club de golf Le sorcier