Mid-Summer wedding days in Nova Scotia can be real hit-or-miss weather wise. Especially next to the ocean! Can confirm August 6th 2022 was an absolute hittttt.
Meaghan and Michael had their intimate day with just their closest humans and grumpy old puppy dog, Abner (the cutest little white fluffy fellow you ever did see). Tying the knot at a coastal BnB called Star of the Sea next to a historic site in the wilderness, it couldn’t have been more perfect. It was misty, the coolest kind of foggy, warm, and topped off a ridiculously beautiful sunset.
You never know if the fog will clear in Nova Scotia when you plan for an ocean wedding, but hot diggity damn. The fairytale vibes were REAL. Not only did we experience the most incredible thick, misty, gorgeous fog that you could legit see blowing through the air around them, we even got a cotton-candy sky at the end of the day that was icing on the cake.
It’s also an absolute pleasure for us to finally meet a couple in person and witness their love face-to-face. In the age of Covid everything is video chat (and being introverts ourselves we love the convenience of that!) but nothing beats meeting a couple in person and getting to know them that much more.
Meaghan and Michael fell in love over topical debates, politics, and Star Trek. We always encourage our couples to be themselves on the day they get married, even with Kev and I waggling cameras around. There was a moment during their portrait session while they were sitting on a bench together at York Redoubt Historic Site, snuggling their ol’ puppy dog, and talking about the news from the day. It felt very “them”- and that’s the kind of memory we want to capture for our couples.
We think we captured a day reflective of their love, witness it. 🙂