It is said that a rainy wedding day brings good luck. This Bride and Groom received the sweetest of sprinkles on their big day and we couldn’t love the outcome more! The summer day looked romantic with hints of sunlight popping in and out of clouds, resulting in amazing bridal portraits captured to perfection by Manifesto Photography! During the intimate ceremony, natural light poured in and shined majestically for the couple. A ravishing future Mrs. graced a traditional and simply elegant lace gown with a sweeping train paired with whimsical watercolor heels- she looked perfect! The stunning Water’s Edge Event Center required little decor with such beauty, but the tall centerpieces were just the right touch! We are loving the FULL GALLERY of this gorgeous affair, don’t miss it!
From the Photographer... "All throughout Natasha and Sean’s wedding day rain sprinkled down, slicking roads and cars, and while some might have looked at the rain as an inconvenience, Natasha and Sean chose to embrace the late summer rain and enjoy their special day! Many cultures regard rain on a wedding day as a special blessing that brings good luck, fortune, and good wishes for the bride and groom, and we couldn’t think of a kinder couple to receive this positive omen!Natasha began her day getting ready with her bridesmaids, enjoying some down-time before the whirlwind adventure of the day. The girls wore elegant single-shoulder, pink-laced dresses accented with delicate ribbon belts. Natasha wore a stunning beaded lace gown with a sweeping train from It’s Your Day Bridal Boutique; she paired her dress with bright watercolored Ted Baker heels that added a bit of whimsy to her classic ensemble.Sean started off his day with his groomsmen, all suited up in navy suits with burgundy ties. Sean donned a dapper, dark-navy suit to match his men designed by Ted Baker, and he finished off his look with a smart burgundy bowtie. Once the guys were ready to go, Sean and his best man gassed up Sean’s old 60’s Mustang convertible and drove off to meet the love of his life. The ceremony was intimate and beautiful. Lot’s of natural light from outside poured into Mackenzie Hall as the two said I do and celebrated their first steps as husband and wife. From there, we went to Water’s Edge Event Centre to continue Natasha and Sean’s celebrations. Throughout the evening there was laughter, tears, beautiful moments between family and friends, and a killer sunset after the rain had settled down. A perfect way to end a beautiful day!Natasha and Sean, thank you so much for trusting us with this important part of your day. We wish you both nothing but the best wherever life takes you, and can’t wait to see all the amazing things in store for your new, growing, family!"