Last year I travelled to Jamaica to photograph they ever so lovely Jenna & Greg’s wedding. When I first met these two I knew right away we would get along when we spent most of their engagement session laughing about the Bachelorette! There are so many special and beautiful elements to their wedding celebration. They held the wedding in Jenna’s aunts villa at The Tryall Club, and it was the most beautiful location for a destination wedding. Before Jenna met Greg, her aunt said one day when she gets married that they will have it right there at Jubilation… and there we were celebrating with their nearest and dearest in a such a special place years later! I feel extra special when I have the best of friends that support me, and my lovely friend Jen tagged along to assist me on this one. Jenna & Greg were the best hosts and treated us so well. We dined with their friends & family and got to know everyone days before the event – it was so lovely to get to know everyone! I have never seen so much joy in being a flower girl then I did with these two sweeties! We drove a golf court all around the area and found the most lovely spots to photograph, and then at the last moment we found a laneway of gorgeous flowers in full bloom. And c’mon, if you know me you know I’m not only a huge fan of flowers, but seeing blooms covering the ground is seriously swoon-worthy to me. These two are have incredible style, are the sweetest of loves, and are incredibly warm and thoughtful. They made me feel like a guest at their wedding, and that made me feel extra special. Also, pink pineapples are my new favourite thing.
A few weeks later we met up together again to celebrate their Canadian reception at the most beautiful and quaint venue in Caledon, Mrs. Mitchell’s. I had no idea this little spot was there, and I think it’s the most lovely and beautiful spot to celebrate a special occasion! On Jenna’s parents spring wedding, it ended up snowing (go figures eh?). And as luck would have it, in the middle of taking some bridal portraits a little snow fell on that Spring day. I hope you love these photographs as much as I do, and if you are considering a destination wedding – just know I *love* them. Sand in-between my toes while photographing love is my kind of thing.