Three Bridges Event Centre
This summer wedding was at the beautiful Three Bridges Event Centre just outside St. Jacobs. If you’re not familiar with this venue, Three Bridges Event Centre has an absolutely perfect outdoor ceremony site. It is nestled beside a little river, with a beautiful rock and waterfall feature as the centrepiece. Moreover, it’s probably one of the best outdoor venues in the area.
The bride spent the morning getting ready with her bridesmaids and family. Hair and makeup happened at her parent’s home. Normally cluttered rooms are inevitable with home preps. This home, however, was straight out of a designer magazine. Same as, the bride and her dress.
Once ready, we proceeded to a nearby park to rendezvous with the groom. Whenever I see first looks in wedding videos, they are in slow motion building suspense. However, this bride was giggling the entire time she crept up to her fiance. In fact, their entire portrait session was filled with laughter. Consequently, this works perfectly for a wedding video in my opinion. No overly dramatic staged portraits here. Just put these two together, and they can’t stop laughing.
Ceremony by a Waterfall
Samantha walked with her father down a very long pathway to her ceremony. By the time she finally got there, she was in tears. The couple shared their vows and joined their parents for a group prayer. While some officiants step away for the couple’s first kiss, this one gave a thumbs up. Undoubtedly, the guests approved as well.
The rest of the night was a blast. They had the first dance, and entertained their guests with a shoe came. The bride’s mother made an assortment of cupcakes for the evening. I enjoyed one of each flavour. They were divine. However, my favourite part of this event was the speeches. A common theme to the evening speeches was how Robert took so long to ask Samantha out. He had displayed interest, yet it took him years to build up the courage to actually ask her out.
Samantha and Robert, congratulations again on such a wonderful day. I was honoured to play a small part, and wish you all the best in the years to come.