To view more images from Danielle and Chris’ wedding day at The Falls Inn - Walter’s Falls, you must check out their slideshow with music!
The direct link is here:
Danielle and Chris had a table for 2 - I think this is a cute idea as an alternative to a large head table.
The Inn Keeper - Mrs. Meg Hallman.
So about the sock dance - it is French tradition that if a younger sibling gets married before an older sibling, the older sibling has to dance in funky socks and guests throw money at her/him. It’s quite the sight! So Danielle knit these marvelous socks for her sister to dance in!
Congratulations to Danielle and Chris!
I am feeling much better now so back to my regular blogging programming.
Danielle and Chris were married at The Falls Inn, Walter Falls on September 26, 2009. It *almost* rained at the beginning of the ceremony but it held off - PHEW! The rain didn’t start until we were just finishing the photos of Danielle and Chris and then we had to go inside to finish the family photos - but that was ok because the inside of The Falls Inn is SUPER nice.
D & C’s wedding was actually a destination wedding for them as they travelled a good 6 hours+ to get to Walter’s Falls from their home in “northernish” Ontario. Destination weddings within Ontario are becoming more and more popular as going out of the country is just not feasible for some couples.
So….here we go!
The Falls Inn. Walter’s Falls in a hamlet located southeast of Owen Sound.
The reception shoes - comfort.
The socks that took Danielle over a year to knit for her single sister to dance in at the reception (more on that later).
Lovely Danielle. Her hair looked awesome.
Quick blow dry of the dress which accidently got wet.
Danielle’s sister made ALL the bouquets and centerpieces around the inn. She is so talented!
Chris - all ready to go.
Chris’s bestman was his little cousin.
Too cute ceremony site.
I just loved this captured moment. It was just after “the kiss” and I thought it was so cute.
Hehehe. Danielle was prepared and brought sunglasses so she didn’t get any rice in her eyes.
Getting all the rice out of D’s hair.
Totally diggin’ the leopard print shoes.
This just might be my favourite of D & C together.
I love shooting at The Falls Inn! More images to come from Danielle and Chris’ reception.
Another one of life’s little twists……
When I went to sleep on Friday night I wasn’t asleep for very long because I was awaken in the night by intense abdominal pain. I tried to shake it off, but it didn’t go away. Long story short, I was in the hospital overnight on Saturday, was taken by ambulance to another hospital Sunday morning for an ultrasound, the doctor that looked at my ultrasound said “you’re getting your appendix out today” and I was in the operating room out like a light in less than 2 hours having my appendix removed. I returned home from hospital yesterday and am moving veeeeeeeeery slooooooowly. Thank goodness for doctors and the accessibility we Canadians have to great medical care. An appendix apparently isn’t something you should mess around with because if it ruptures, it’s not a pleasant scenario.
It’s a good thing this didn’t happen during wedding season, because I can’t do any heavy lifting for 6 weeks!
I am just getting to all my emails now, so if you feel like I have been ignoring you don’t worry I’m not - I will write back to you very soon.