Where do I begin? When TBM found out that I was going to be near the 1000 Islands for my niece’s wedding, she challenged me to take 1000 photos over the weekend. While I didn’t quite make it to 1000, between the wedding and photo walks around Kingston, I did manage to take 800 pictures, and I had a blast doing so. However, that now creates a problem. How do I decide which photos to share with my blogging family?
Amy was the first of my nieces and nephews to get married, and I found it quite an emotional day because I still remember holding her in my arms when she was a baby. Seeing her as a grown woman in a wedding gown just about blew my mind. She looked absolutely gorgeous and her new husband, Nick, is an extremely handsome man, so it was not difficult to capture great shots at this wedding. It was hard to do, but I have picked out my four favourite pictures of the ceremony to share with you, and I’m sure you will have no trouble understanding why I was emotional :).
Is that not the most beautiful smile you have ever seen?
I think Nick just caught sight of her coming down the path.
You will probably notice there was a nautical theme to this wedding. The knot they are tying in the rope here is very symbolic. It is a knot that brings two ropes together into a bond that is meant never to come undone. Isn’t that awesome?
And last but not least is the most tender moment I captured all weekend. This brings a smile to my face every time I look at it :).