Nikki and Tom behind the Supreme Court of Canada.
I love the controlled (seeming) chaos of makeup kits splayed all around, they make for interesting details.
Nikki and her Bridesmaids (and Mom) had custom glasses for their mimosas.
Nikki and Tom's honeymoon included a stop in Venice where they planned to leave a memento behind,
The men and their Star Wars socks.
The plan was for a no-look-first look.
While the weather appeared to be clearing up as we walked out onto the Delta Terrace it didn't stay that way - fortunately the staff came to the rescue and plan B was put into place when the wedding was moved indoors. But not before we had the chance to take some wet pictures.
There is always time for a selfie!
The Garden of the Provinces and Territories is close to the Delta Hotel and Sparks Street
The Supreme Court of Canada can be a challenge if it is a sunny day - fortunately we had good cloud cover and spectacular views and RCMP on patrol.
The Penthouse at the Delta Hotel gives guests a fantastic view of the city while still feeling intimate. They also have very friendly staff and their food is delicious.
We set up a 30 minute Photo Booth with a green screen (so that we could imbed pictures from the day into the background) and supplied most of the wearables.
After the reception ended at 1:30 we went for an hour long decompressing walk for Nikki and Tom's night portrait session.
Ottawa looks different at 2 a.m.
Buildings and common pedestrians areas take on a new life. We also find unusual and unexpected locations to balance with the traditional spots.
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