Specializing in Wedding and Family Photography in Kingston, Ontario and Surrounding Areas
Jordan and Charenjeev celebrated their wedding day on a very cold Saturday in March. This was the first opportunity that I’d had to photograph a Sikh wedding, and I was extremely touched by all of the traditions and the ceremonial parts of the day. It truly is a family affair and everyone plays a special role in the couple starting their life together. Jordan and Charenjeev are a very sweet couple, and I thank them for braving the cold for their beautiful wedding portraits. I couldn’t have asked for nicer families to share this experience with. Congratulations to you both and enjoy your sneak peeks!!
Who could imagine it would be 11 degrees on February 18th? Not minus 11, plus 11!! Victoria and Connor couldn’t have asked for a nicer day for their photos. It was beautiful out, and there was still fluffy snow on the ground! Amazing! Victoria and Connor are a super cute couple, and are so good at cuddling as you can see in their photos. I can’t wait to work with them again later this year as they say I do!! Congratulations to you both again on your engagement and enjoy your sneak peeks!!
Peter and Greg are engaged!! Peter and Greg are a sweet couple, and I had a great time with them! Peter is new to Canada so a winter photo shoot is the perfect initiation for anyone moving to our wonderful country. What’s more Canadian than enjoying wine in the snow on a Hudson’s Bay blanket by a spectacular partially frozen stream? I met up with them on a beautiful Saturday afternoon for their engagement photos. We couldn’t have asked for a nicer day for their photos and of course the fresh snow fall from the night before definitely helped make this already gorgeous property even better. I can’t wait to shoot their wedding next July! Congratulations to you both again, and enjoy your sneak peeks!!
Cory Lyn and Jesse are engaged!! I met them on a very cold day at their beautiful property near Harrowsmith. You can’t tell from their photos, but Cory Lyn and Jesse were actually so cold. All you can see in these photos is the love between them and the excitement for their upcoming wedding. They love to laugh together and I enjoyed my time with them so much. Congratulations to you both and enjoy your sneak peeks!
Today I got to witness and document the most amazing event! The birth of Baby Tenley! Photographing a birth has been on my bucket list for a while now and I’m so happy I was able to experience this with clients/friends Roxanne and Christopher. I photographed their wedding 5 years ago and today I had the privilege of photographing their third child entering the world. I always talk about how honoured I am when clients trust their memories to me, but today was a whole new level. It felt like it was happening in slow motion…and at warp speed, all at the same time. I’m so happy for Roxanne and Christopher and am relieved that Tenley is here, safe and sound. Welcome to the world, Tenley!!
Each year for the past 7 years I’ve blogged a thank you letter to all of my clients for trusting me with their most precious memories, whether it was their wedding day, their engagement photos, wedding proposal, family reunions or welcoming a new baby into the family.
This year is different. This year I want to thank everyone that I photographed for the escape that you gave me from my real life.
In 2016, our family suffered a terrible loss. My husband lost his brother, my sons lost their uncle, my mother and father in law lost her son, my sister in law her brother… I lost my brother in law. I felt like my loss was last on the list. I was too concerned with trying to comfort my husband who didn’t know how to share his grief with me. I was consoling my children who had never experienced loss before. I was supporting my mother in law in any way that I could, even if was just listening to her tears turn from sadness to anger and then back to sadness. I kept my grief inside. I loved him dearly, and I miss him terribly, but I didn’t feel like my pain compared to everyone else’s, so I kept it to myself. I kept my own sorrow inside and grieved privately so that I could be strong for everyone else.
You’d think that I might crack up from keeping everything inside, but I didn’t. I had an escape from my life. I jumped into the happiest days of others lives just by being there with a camera. I shared the joy of each couple as they became husband and wife. My heart melted every time a new mom and dad looked at their newborn son or daughter with that look that only new parents have. I was excited for couples as they told me about the proposal and felt their anticipation as they planned the biggest day of their lives. I reminisced with parents as they realized how much their kids had grown since with last Christmas card photo.
Each time I was lucky enough to document a special moment, I was also granted moments or sometimes hours of relief from what was the hardest year of my life. So for that, I thank each and everyone of you . Thank you for sharing the happiest days of your lives with me, and for allowing me to join you in your bliss.
I can’t wait to see what this next year brings. I can’t to meet lots of new people, and to share in their joy! Bring on 2017!!
Meet Baby Evelyn! Born just 5 days before these photos were taken. She was such a good girl for her first ever photo shoot. New Mommy and Daddy, Danielle and Christopher are so in love with their little girl, it jumps off the screen in their photos. As always, it’s an honour to document the most special moments in the lives of my clients, but newborn photos are a little different. Documenting a family in the first days of it’s growth is an incredible responsibility and one that I don’t take lightly. Thank you Danielle and Christopher for trusting me with these memories. Enjoy your sneak peeks!!
Mackenzie and Angus are Engaged!! I met up with the newly engaged couple on Saturday, the last beautiful day that we had this fall. They brought along sweet little Bentley and he was such a good boy for his first photo shoot. We couldn’t have asked for a nicer day for the photos and I couldn’t have had a better couple to work with. Congratulations again to you both, Mackenzie and Angus! Enjoy your sneak peeks!
The most precious gift that you can give to the special people on your Christmas list is the gift of memories. How do you give the gift of a memory? By capturing those moments forever in a photograph.
But who wants to do photos in the dead of winter with big snow jackets and red runny noses? No one! That’s why a Sarah Rouleau Photography gift certificate is the perfect gift! Give that special someone a gift certificate for a photo session that they can redeem for a photo session in the future.
How about next summer at your family reunion?
Or when you all gather at the cottage for the only week where you’re all in the same location, let along the same province?
A Sarah Rouleau Photography gift certificate can be redeemed anytime… whenever it works best for you.
And a Sarah Rouleau Photography gift certificate doesn’t have to be used on a family photo session. It can be redeemed towards any type of photos.
Do you have a family member expecting a baby? What about a newborn photo session to capture the first days together with their precious new family member?
Do you have a member of your family who recent got engaged? What about an engagement shoot to help them document the beginning of their amazing journey together?
Do you have a son or daughter that is getting married soon? You can buy a Sarah Rouleau gift certificate and help them out with their wedding photography.
Give the gift of a memory captured forever this Christmas!!
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The Moriarty family is going to grow by one very soon! I’ve photographed Tasha and Mark many times over the years. First it was their engagement photos and then it was their wedding, (my very first wedding) and family photos and now maternity photos. I think I might have known that Tasha was pregnant before her because I had a dream about it. When I asked her she said “Not that I know of” but it was true!! Sweet little Mason was such a delight to photograph and at the end of the shoot he ran up and gave me a big hug. It’s been a long time since I’ve hugged a little guy his size and it instantly reminded me of hugging my own boys, Liam and Owen. I couldn’t be happier for this amazing family. Enjoy your sneak peeks!!