I absolutely love being a part of so many weddings with amazingly incredible people that have unique styles, different colour palettes and beautiful details that are important to them. Colin and Christine exceeded my expectation when it came to style. To this day, I still tell Christine that I am going to use all of her colour inspiration for my own wedding one day. The burgundy dresses (that I could literally shoot forever so keep 'em coming 2018 brides), the white linens and abundance of natural light as well as tons and tons of greens. My literal wedding dream. Colin and Christine are some of the most thoughtful and adventurous couples that I know and I am so thankful to have been a part of their beautiful wedding day.
I leave you with words from the bride on how the groom asked her to spend the rest of her life with him..
"Colin proposed two months into our three month trip around Europe. That day we set out by boat from Salerno, Italy to the picturesque Almalfi Coast where Colin was adamant we hiked the 'Il Vallone delle Ferriere' trail. I didn't know anything about this trail before starting the hike and now I recommend it to everyone visiting Italy. During the hike we came across abandoned houses and bridges made of stone that are ancient ruins from the medieval times, horses and donkeys grazing in the grass, and one magnificent waterfall. I felt like I was in a fairy tale. We decided to swim in the waterfall, which was ice cold but entirely worth it. I kept telling Colin since we arrived in Amalfi how I was having 'the best day ever!' and that 'I felt like I was dreaming!'. Little did I know, Colin had been planning on proposing the entire time we were on this trip but had been waiting for the perfect moment. As I was walking out of the water fall to dry off, I turned around to see if Colin was close behind and saw him at the edge of the water fall down on one knee. He had planned on purchasing a ring while we were away, but hadn't had any time that we weren't together to do so. So, instead of holding out a box, he held my hand and asked me to marry him. Of course I said yes, at which point he grabbed a twig off a near by plant and tied it around my ring finger. I still have that twig and hope to have it plated one day (if that's possible) to wear as an additional ring, along with the engagement ring we chose together in Florence a few days later."