Cambridge wedding photography, like this one captured by Guelph wedding and portrait photographer, Megan McCormick of McCormick Photography, can be the perfect backdrop for photographs of a bride and grooms special day. Lindsay and Chris were not only super fun to photograph but they are just such amazing people in general and I am so happy that I was able to be the photographer on their wedding day. We started photographing at the Guelph home of the mother of the (soon to be) bride. It was such an amazing experience to be surrounded by that many loving bridesmaids. From there we went to The Cambridge Mill. Out of all of the venues in Cambridge, The Mill has to be my top pick. The staff there are amazing and and we were instantly greeted when we arrived. After some images of the Groom and his groomsmen we prepared for a a first look with a twist. Lindsay wanted to be able to see her father before the ceremony so we were able to photograph the moment he saw his bride on his wedding day. The ceremony and reception were both incredible and we had such an honour being part of their big day.
We met online. I pursued Chris. I was intrigued by his profile and picture. I sent him a private message letting him know that I was interested in getting to know him better – and told him that if he didn’t reply I would only cry for a day. Thank goodness he got my sarcasm/humour! We chatted online, talked on the phone and then met in person – the rest is history!
We have been dating for 7 years this November. Over the years we have faced many ups and downs. We have worked through and overcome many obstacles. We have grown both as individuals and as a couple – we make a good team!
Since we started dating we have participated in a charity bike ride for MS every July, we ride from Grand Bend to London and back over two days (we missed a few years d/t other engagements). Chris proposed last July 2014 at the finish line! 🙂 Completely was not expecting it – I was SO surprised! Once we crossed the finish line I was asked by another team to take a photo of them, then I felt a tap on my shoulder. I turned around and was face to face with Chris. He was mumbling something and the only words I could make out were “I love you”. Then he got down on his one knee…at this point I was still clueless as to what was going on. I thought he had a cramp in his leg after the long bike ride. – and asked him if he was ok?! Then I saw the ring and finally understood what was going on!
We wish we would have known or had a manual on how many details are involved in planning a wedding. It has been a fun process and we can’t wait to see all of our planning come together on the Wedding Day! 🙂
Our theme is “Simple Yet Elegant” – we wanted our wedding to have a contemporary and modern feel.
We are looking forward to celebrating and sharing the day with our family and friends.