A + E - Corner Brook Wedding
If you know me, you know I love to travel. So when Amanda and Edward booked me to photograph a wedding in Corner Brook I was beyond excited. I had the chance to visit as a child but had never really gotten to explore the area.
They got married at the Rotary Arts Centre which is located in the same building as city hall. The director said it was the very first wedding to be photographed there which was super exciting. Amanda made a grand entrance by appearing from under a slide and serenading Ed with a song instead of walking down the aisle. It was one of the coolest entrances I’ve got to witness.
After the ceremony we did some exploring around the beautiful city. First we headed to Margaret Bowater Park which has some beautiful views and foliage. We did their family portraits there and a few of the happy couple before heading off to the Captain James Cook lookout. If you haven’t been, you should make the trip! The views from the top are spectacular and I was so glad they were up for exploring the area. Our final stop was the beautiful mountain views when you first arrive to Corner Brook. I miss the Rockies in Alberta so it was so nice to see some mountains.
After the outdoor pictures it was time to head to their reception location. They decided on Grenfell for their reception as it was the place they met. We got to explore the campus and do some pictures there which was such a treat. And then it was time to party!
I am so glad I got to be a part of their special day.