From University in Toronto to living in the Arctic with their furry one.
Alicia and Brady met at York University where they were both playing on the same extra curricular sports teams. They both loved spending as much time with their families as possible, so when it came to their wedding day they had a weekend celebration with bonfires every night, even at the wedding.
Their wedding took place on the grounds of an old barn foundation at Marawanda Estate in Tiverton, somewhere I didn't know existed. It was a perfectly quaint venue for Alicia and Brady to celebrate their love, share so much laughter and begin their life together.
The morning began with rain pouring all around us, but right as we left for the venue, it let up.
Thankfully it did because the ceremony was planned to be outdoor in the foundation of an old farm on an incredible estate. As the ceremony began the sun began to truly shine, on the wedding day and the future of this kind couple and their loved ones. As the vows finished and we celebrated Alicia and Brady saying "I do" we planned out sunset session. As the sun broke again later in the evening and we found a gap in the speeches, we snuck away to celebrate just the two of them. This was my favourite part of the evening because Alicia and Brady were able to share a moment for just the two of them on their wedding day, an important thing to do as a couple beginning a new journey together.
As we came back to the venue, the dances began and they were just as magical as the sunset under the string lights in the foundation of the barn. WOW what an evening. It was then capped with a smore's snack fireside and some epic dance battles under the lights.
I would love to take responsibility for their incredible sunset photos, but Alicia and Brady made sure to choose the BEST spots on the shore of Tiverton for their wedding portraits. What an incredible way to celebrate the beginning of their life together.
Alicia and Brady now live in Iqaluit where Brady is a Teacher and Alicia is a Nurse for their amazing community. They aren't sure how long they will be living there, but for now they are building and bringing their community together each and every day.
Congratulations Alicia and Brady!