Monthly Archives: October 2011
http://www.brittonimages.com Amy: 519.256.1977 Studio at 1823 Wyandotte St East but call before, for an appointment.
If you like my work let me know
Like me on Facebook 😀 http://www.facebook.com/BrittonImages
Here it is almost the end of the year with one more wedding in December. It’s been another good year & I couldn’t have done it without all the great people who loved my work & hired me to capture life’s memories through my lens. I love it when people are happy. To think the memories I make will be cherished for a lifetime gets me excited for the next shoot. In a way I’m helping to make history. Isn’t that awesome!! Anyway I’m thankful to everyone who use my services, “likes” me on facebook & keeps in touch.
So if you’re visiting here let me know if you “like” my work. And please visit my photo blog & leave a comment especially if you attended one of the posted weddings & there was something in a photo that left you with a memory you would like to share. There is a slideshow of all the weddings on my blog so come & visit as I won’t always have time to post on facebook too.
marguerite & jesse
October 1, 2011
BRIDE: Marguerite, 30, Correctional Officer
GROOM: Jesse, 30, Slot Tech, Casino Windsor
HOW THEY MET: Schoolmates
HOW LONG ENGAGED: 1 year
THEIR WEDDING STYLE: Modern with a hint of Tradition
Mixology can seem a hard art to master, but with dedication everyone
can become a msestro of love’s heartwarming cocktail. Take:
2 measures trust
1 measure commitment
1 measure friendship
3/4 measure understanding
2/3 measure patience
1 dash of laughter
1 teaspoon romance
Blend well together, pour out a generous glassful, and serve stirred,
not shaken. Sprinkle with kisses, and top with a slice
of passion fruit!
The wedding of Marguerite & Jesse was so much fun! I remember how she giggled a lot & how beautiful she looked with her long dark hair flowing down over her shoulders. She and her handsome husband were perfect together savoring all the joy & good-natured fun throughout the day. And even though wild & crazy winds visited Windsor that day they both took it in stride deciding to take a chance anyway to head to the Peace Fountain for some playful picture taking. Marguerite had to hold on tight to her veil but we managed to squeeze a few in before the wind had a chance to sweep us away.
Marguerite planned her day all herself & did a fantastic job, loving every minute. She chose a stunning strapless gown from Bridal Couture with a beautiful back reveal, a panel insert train with stunning embellishments that perfectly dressed up the loosely tiered front. Finishing off her look was a really feminine pair of ivory heels, an ivory bouquet, a finely embellished veil, a band bracelet, chandelier earrings & a delicate necklace just to add a little bling in the right spots.
Again I had the pleasure of feeling like family at this wedding & consider Marguerite as another friend I met while doing what I love to do. Congrats to you both Marguerite & Jesse. I have dedicated a poem to you both as I’m starting to do for all my couples. Enjoy!!
PHOTOGRAPHY: Amy Britton
CEREMONY SITE: Freed Orman Conference CenterOfficia
GOWN: Bridal Couture
WEDDING RINGS: Precision Jewellers
BRIDESMAID DRESSES: It’s Your Day
FORMAL WEAR: Monty’s
FLOWERS: Towne Florist
INVITATIONS: DIY Michael’s
RECEPTION SITE & CATERING: Riverside Inn
DECOR: Towne Florist
CAKE: The Cake Lady
TRANSPORTATION: Royal Limosine
HONEYMOON: Gulliver’s Travels ( Australia, Fiji, Hawaii)
karen & aaron
September 24, 2011
river deep, mountain high
Love bubbles up as a spring high in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
It streams over pebbles, translucent and showered with golden coins of sunlight falling through emerald leaves.
Little by little it is always widening, deepening, maturing; always following its star.
Karen & Aaron first met in grade school, lost touch when Karen moved away. Serendipity brought them together once more many years down the road when they began working for the same company. Aaron eventually moved to Toronto where he & Karen bought their first home. Could it be their union was in the stars? Somethings just fall into place don’t they.
Their wedding brought lots of friends & family from Windsor to share in their day. This couple is so much fun & so easy going!! They really are such a perfect match. I loved shooting this wedding because, of course, I love to travel & Toronto is my hometown but more importantly, Karen & Aaron have become friends since they first came to my studio last year.
Karen looked so beautiful & radiant alongside her handsome husband. And they thoroughly enjoyed every minute of their celebration as per all their beaming smiles. Congratulations to you both!! I am so honoured you chose me not only as your photographer but also as a friend.
OFFICIANT: Enduring Promises
GOWN: David’s Bridal
CAKE: Karen Richards
FAVORS: For the Love of Cake
DJ: Joell Yelle
PHOTO BOOTH: Pam Breese
angela & dean
September 10, 2011
WEDDING CEREMONY: Assumption Chapel
OFFICIANT: Joe Mc Parland by “Civil Marriage Celebrations”
LUNCHEON RECEPTION: Freed Orman Conference Center
CATERED LUNCH: Georgina Burns
HAIR: Salon Utopia
EVENING RECEPTION: Hilton
DECOR: Designs by Diane