The layout and design of Le Treport Wedding & Convention Centre is different compared to others. All-inclusive venues normally use a turnover system where the ceremony and reception happen in the space. They simply swap over during cocktail hour. I prefer the Le Treport design where you get separate rooms. It allows each space to be a surpise for guests. And the venue adds some variety to your wedding photos so not everything is in the same color palette. Think of it as the daytime and nighttime look of your wedding.
The fall season this year was so short lived. This wedding will in fact be my only one of the season with the genuine colours. Up until now I’ve had to photoshop the colours of the leaves to match orange, yellows, and reds. Makes things a lot easier when nature provides me with a ready to go backdrop. And what a way to go at the glorious gardens of Adamson Estate.
Dwayne was actually the groomsman of a wedding I photographed last year. He decided to use me again for his own. Lot of familiar faces for this wedding at Le Treport. I’ll be slowly working my way through this bridal party.
This is a relatively new service I offer. It gives you the benefit of two photographers for your morning prep/portrait sessions. You get photo/video coverage of the ceremony and reception. And a photo booth is available for your guests once the dance floor opens. It a little bit of everything, but only requires 2 shooters throughout the day. I am a trained on photographer and videographer. This just allows me to transition between the two throughout the day. Video coverage of this event is at the bottom of the page. It includes a full runthrough of the wedding ceremony and the scheduled highlights of the evening wedding reception. All speeches and vows are uncut so you remember every word
I also photographed this family’s newborn session as well.