J’adore Brie! With the sweetest red head (we had a few babies within one week with the prettiest red hair!), the softest little cheeks and the daintiest little hands! She was a darling with work with and my favourite part? Her sweet Momma requested pink! I love using pink so much with the setups! We were able to use delicate and rustic textures and combine that with the soft pink! All of the outfits, accessories and props are found in the studio and for my clients use during their sessions.

I am so glad I am finally able to share these gorgeous photographs!

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This sweet little man is new to the area, sounds a bit cliche because isn’t every Rothesay baby new to the area? 😉 Actually, his entire family only moved here this summer. His gender was a surprise! No one knew if he would be a boy or girl and everyone was happy when he arrived healthy! He will be chasing after his two older brothers before long! His beautiful Mama is an amazing mother and is busy with her sweet boys. It was such a pleasure to be able to photograph her again and meet the newest member of her family!!

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This summer EHP has been hopping with summer babies! The warm days have been perfect for every Saint John summer baby!

When Liam arrived with his parents and was unstrapped from his carseat, I was able to see that he had the sweetest little face and red hair! It is not very often we get a little one with red locks! He was quite sleepy and we were able to pose him in a good variety props and poses and chat with his parents.  We kept the majority of the session in neutral colours and rustic props and then added a swaddled shot in grey, to go with his nursery at home (that is one of my favourite shots of Liam alone!). There family pictures were SOOO sweet! Its amazing to see these beautiful new families together!

Thank you for bringing Liam in to meet us!  Jen and I had so much fun working with him and getting those baby snuggles in!

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This newborn session in Saint John was little Carrson who is the cousin of a Jack and Olivia! He has the nicest parents who were so excited for his arrival! During their maternity session, they talked about the plaid shirts and the significance to Brad’s family and wanted to make sure we incorporated it into his session. Which we did at the very end!

Little Carrson was a dream to work with! So relaxed and easy going! We had a special guest from Calgary with us as well, Martha from Dulce Baby! Martha and I have been friends online for a few years and had spent a few days with our families, hanging out while they vacationed in our part of the country. She graciously came to this session and helped pose little Carrson and the results were amazing (huge thank you to Martha! She is the sweetest person and it was wonderful to have her join us! We learned so much! in such a short time!)

 

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Melissa and Eduardo met by chance in Florida and when she returned to Canada she could not stop thinking about him. The distance did not prove a deterrent and they continued their relationship, long distance between Florida and New Brunswick.On Saturday, before their family and friends they repeated their vows in a St Stephen wedding, held at Ganong Park.

August 12th was overcast and rain but it did not dampen their spirits! The wedding party was lighthearted and braved the weather and drizzle. Everyone kept checking the weather radar which said there would be breaks here and there and by the end of the day we could see the sun was trying to peak out from the fog! This pretty wedding was a DIY and the hero of the day was the brides mother, even the bridesmaid’s dresses were sewn by her! Eduardo’s family and friends flew in from Florida and Puerto Rico and his best ‘man’ was his best ‘woman’. Before the bride and guests arrived, the best woman and the groom both fussed and made sure that the aisle and decorations were perfect for this important day.

Melissa’s dream was to have her formal pictures taken in St Andrews, the timeline of her day was very tight and she made to sure keep a careful eye on the clock to make it happen. She is incredibly close to her family and every year they have a family gathering at Centennial Park in St Andrews. To her this represented family, love and happiness and she wanted her wedding pictures, with Eduardo, to be in this special place. I am so glad we were able to accommodate her wishes!

Afterwards, we escaped quickly to Water Street and the crowds of tourists shouted their congratulations to the couple. We finished and returned to their reception.

Eduardo and Melissa are so loved by their family and friends and this wedding day was a beautiful celebration and reflection of that love. I am so glad to have been able to be their wedding photographer and to meet both of their families! I wish you all the best!!

 

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