St John’s Wedding Photographer | Jennifer Dawe Photography | The Royal Wedding
The Royal Wedding
It called for rain, but we lucked out with overcast skies.
The bride was calm and ethereal, the groom was the happiest he has ever been. With their closest friends as their bridal party, they enjoyed every moment of their day.
The boys laughed and sang, had beers, and played guitar.
The girls giggled and reminisced about how long they had been friends, and how much had changed.
The bride and groom were always looking at each other and smiling.
The groom kept telling his beautiful bride how incredible she looked.
The new Royals danced the night away.
Robbie and Niki’s day was perfect.
This is a long blogpost. It might be the longest so far!
There are over 125 images here. It’s a great example of what you receive from us.
This will also really give you an idea of the benefit of having 2 photographers.
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Sean & Denise | Jennifer Dawe Photography | St John’s Newfoundland Wedding Photography
We are so lucky to have met Sean and Denise. They are a truly beautiful couple.
I had such a difficult time choosing what photos to post out of the over 600 photos that they received. Every moment was laughs, happiness, and special.
They were already featured on the blog in the entry A Moment in Time — Denise and Sean – but there were so many incredible photos from their day, they deserved a full entry. The excitement of the day comes through in every photo. This is the type of day that energizes my love for what I do! We started bright and early, and ended late in the evening, but didn’t feel tired for a second..
If there was any couple that the term “happily married” was created for, it’s Sean and Denise, as you’ll see!
Date Night | Jennifer Dawe Photography | Newfoundland Wedding Photographer
Johnathon and I rarely, if ever, get out by ourselves. We usually have Nate in tow, are running errands, or meeting clients. Even an evening watching tv together is spent multitasking. Every so often, we look at each other and realize how much we miss each other! After we got the website up and running, we had one of these moments, and I noticed how long it had been since we got out together – just us. No business, no school, no kid, nothing but one on one quality time together.
Saturday night we had our first date night in about six months. While it makes us appreciate how special and precious our time together is, I’m not ever letting it go that long again.
I even got roses! How lucky am I – I found someone who can deal with my ever present need to have my camera snapping, even during our dedicated downtime!
Tall Ship | Jennifer Dawe Photography | St John’s Photographer
I love this province, and the strong history behind it. Portuguese vessels fished off the Grand Banks for almost 500 years, and the practice became an integral part of their economy, and ours as well. The iconic white hulls and sails could be seen in ports around the island, particularly St John’s. The Our Lady of Fatima statue standing outside the Basilica was actually donated by the government of Portugal, on behalf of their people.
The majestic White Fleet being highly recognized for many, the last departure by one of these ships was in the 1970′s, years before I was born. This particular ship was partially scrapped in 1994, and was restored to it’s original form only a few years ago. Being that this is one of only two vessels of the fleet that are remaining, you have to wonder how many times it will make the journey before it is permanently retired. Truly a treat to see.
As funny as this may sound, seeing this ship made me miss living in Halifax, where they have a Tall Ships festival every summer. Such a beautiful event! I hope when this ship leaves port I get to shoot some of it with the sails risen.