Adam + Jessica Cosgrove were married on a beautiful fall day in Oshawa, Ontario located in their hometown. When I arrived to Rachels house (Jessica's sister & Maid of Honour) it was spitting rain outside. It was a little worry-sum, however the weather quickly changed for the better.
Make up was applied and it was dress time once I walked into the home. Her parents and bridal party couldn't wait for the reveal. It was beautiful and she was beautiful. The bridal party and Jessica quickly did last minute touches before heading over to the Church.
Once arrived, all the guests were seated, waiting patiently for the two to tie the knot. Family and friends gathered excited to see Jessica walk down the isle in her stunning white dress, father at her side. The most excited, was of course Adam. The look on both of their faces were pure enjoyment once they locked eyes, no nerves were shown. I believe they were ready for their "I do's"!! The ceremony lasted about an hour or so exchanging love lines, prayers and a bit of wisdom from family members. ...Adam + Jessica were finally married!!
The two walked back down the isle together, side by side. I soon after met the bridal party at the reception location for photos to be taken. This lasted about 1.5-2 hours. Now the fun can begin!! The reception was decorated in royal purple surrounded by music notes at each table and throughout. The bride D.I.Yed most or if not all of the decor and it was amazing how much work she and I'm sure some little helpers put into the wedding day.
The reception flowed nicely from the first entrance, first dance, speeches and dinner..OH and can't forget dessert! Soon later people started to get up and dance...I'm more then certain no one went back to their seat. Such an amazing day for me and The Cosgroves! Congratulations :)
Thank you so much Adam + Jessica for trusting me and bringing me on as your wedding photographer. Another beautiful wedding to add to my books!
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