Jenn & Nigel

Jenn & Nigel’s lovely lakeside Ontario wedding – planned from New Zealand!

Here are just a few photos as a tease… click to go to Jenn & Nigel’s gallery for many more wedding day images!

Here are the details!
Photographer: Michelle
Photo Package Chosen: Custom 5 Hour Package
Final # of Edited Photos Delivered to Couple: 646
Ceremony & Reception Venue: Hessenland Country Inn, Zurich Ontario
Hair & Makeup: Side Street Salon, London, Ontario
Florist: Village Vine Florist, Exeter, Ontario

See Jenn & Nigel’s Love Letter to us here!

Here is Jenn & Nigel’s Wedding Story as told by Jenn!

“Nigel and I met online (him in New Zealand and me in Canada) and talked for 4 years before he came to Canada in 2006. In 2008, we moved to Auckland, New Zealand and in 2009 he proposed! We visited Canada in 2010 where we looked at venues and I found my dress. The remaining aspects of our wedding were all planned online from Auckland.

For us it was important to have vendors who were easy to deal with via email from overseas. Our goal was to have a simple yet elegant and most importantly, a fun wedding! My dress was off the rack from a Toronto discount shop for $300 and was a great find! Our stunning venue, Hessenland Country Inn, provided us with a lovely garden for our outdoor ceremony, an old converted barn for our reception and access to the lake for stunning photos. They also provide package deals (with table dressings, food, drink, etc) which made it super easy and stress free for us on the day. The wedding party hair and makeup was done by the great team at Side Street Salon (London, ON) and flowers (simple yet beautiful) were provided by Village Vine Florist in Exeter, ON.

We had the most wonderful day and thanks to the amazing photos by Captured Soul Photography we are able to re-live those moments anytime we like! Michelle captured so many beautiful moments and was so much fun to work with. She gave me two great gifts that day – the most stunning wedding photos that we will cherish forever and unknowingly captured the precious moments I shared with my Grandfather for the last time before he passed away a few months later. I can never thank her enough for that.”

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