You captured the day perfectly.
This wedding at Ripplecove Inn Hotel & Spa was one I’d been looking forward to for a long time and it didn’t disappoint.
One of the main reasons was the stunning Ripplecove Inn venue itself, located on the waterfront in Ayer’s Cliff in the Eastern Townships of Quebec. It truly is a spectacular place for a wedding and definitely suits my style of photography too.
But the main reason I knew this would be a fantastic wedding was Jen & Francis. Ever since we first met to discuss their wedding photography, I felt like I’d found two new friends. And on the wedding day itself, they made me feel 100% welcome and truly made my job a pleasure from the early morning, getting ready and sharing a few drinks, to the end of the night on the dancefloor. A few more drinks may have been involved by this point!
Massive thanks to Jen & Francis for having me along to photograph such a perfect wedding surrounded by their friends and family.
Here’s what the Ripplecove Inn website has to say about this gorgeous wedding reception venue.
“Ripplecove’s exquisite lakeside setting and English gardens will convey a touch of distinction to private wedding receptions of all sizes.
Choose to exchange your vows overlooking Lake Massawippi or, nearby in an authentic country chapel. Perhaps you prefer a horse-drawn carriage to mark your entrance? Then, welcome your guests with a champagne cocktail and luxurious hors d’oeuvres on Ripplecove’s spacious lawns and adjoining gardens, just meters from the water’s edge. Now,… you are ready to savour our culinary inspirations created just for your wedding!
Whatever your dream day may include, let this magnificent venue set the stage for this memorable event in your life. With style and precision, our team of professionals will attend to every detail, so you can relax and bask in the joy of the day!”
If you’re planning a wedding at Ripplecove and think we could be the right photographers to capture the day, we’d love to hear from you…. Contact us HERE
I’m a Brit living in Montreal with my wife, Evelyne and our three boys! Evelyne and I met in the Alps in 2003 when Evelyne thought she was a cool snowboarder and I thought I was a superstar DJ. We got married in 2007 in Cornwall, England and moved to Canada in 2014.
I photographed my first wedding in 2006 and have now shot almost 500 weddings, mostly in Canada & the UK, but I absolutely love travelling anywhere in the world. I enjoyed it when I started but love my job now more than ever.
Below is a short slideshow of some of my favourite recent wedding photos… Take a look. And turn the sound up!