Last post I talked about how it’s a special pleasure when we get a chance to work with some people we have known from our past and today’s wedding also includes someone special to me (Bartek)!
I have known Martin for quite some time. Even though we have parted our separate ways since high school, I still have fond memories of messing around in Mrs. Chiarelli’s algebra class, hitting up Broadway’s Bar and Grill for breakfast (mmm, the homefries…) before heading back to St. Pius X and most importantly playing together on stage in our high school band together.
Naturally, we couldn’t wait to Meaghan and Martin’s wedding to come. Not having met Meaghan before we were quite anxious to get to know her, but knowing how kind and down to earth Martin is we had no doubt that she would be very similar. We were right! Meaghan is one of the sweetest girls we have recently met and she and Martin did everything they could so that we would have the best possible experience working with them.
She and Martin planned a very farm/barn themed wedding which they fittingly had at the Cumberland Heritage Museum east of Ottawa. The location was just perfect. A huge piece of land complete with heritage museum homes fitted with original decor, farm animals, fields, tractors and more. Meaghan compiled a beautiful collection of inspiration on her pinterest page and came up with her very own gorgeous look to their wedding! Baby’s breath bouquets, a handmade photo booth backdrop, beautiful billy balls decorating every table under a wooden outdoor reception area.
If the wedding is anything like their future life has to offer then they have nothing but joy, love and lots of family memories to look forward to. Thank you two from the bottom of our hearts for taking us along to photograph your wedding day! We leave you with our favourite photos from the day and of course don’t forget to check out hundreds more in the slideshow below. Oh and Meaghan, thank you for my cup, i drink out of it every day since the wedding. ( Magda)
Bartek & Magda