One of my goals for 2018 is to book more off-season weddings, so I can reserve more summer weekends off to spend with friends and family enjoying the outdoors next year. There, it's out in the universe. I was lucky to photograph a number of stunning winter weddings this year, including an intimate outdoor ceremony by a frozen river, and an elegant indoor wedding at the Windsor Arms Hotel; and I have a few more fun ones coming up in December including a Christmas themed wedding, and a wedding in Barbados just before New Years. All in all, these creative weddings are something I want to do far more of, and I realized that none of them have appeared on my blog so far! (granted, I'm still catching up on blogging last summer's weddings, so it goes.)
Alexis and Collin got creative with their winter wedding photos (like they did with their engagement photos here) and planned to take most of their photographs indoors having too much fun playing with a confetti cannon to add some action and colour, just in case the early January weather proved too cold to take any photographs outdoors. The bridesmaids came equipped for winter temperatures with beautiful fur stoles, and the stylish bride sported the famous #justmarriedjacket by the talented Via Calligraphy.
Take a look through the photograph below to see how a little bit of creativity can make a Canadian winter wedding absolutely beautiful.