I had only passed through Port Dover before photographing this wedding, but after spending an entire day being charmed, I know I’ll be back. From the Port Dover Marina to Lynn River Falls, from the famous Port Dover Arbor Dogs to the Port Dover Yacht Club, I really feel I got a pretty thorough taste of the friendliest of cities. I definitely look forward to photographing another Port Dover Wedding.
The bride and groom at Lynn River Falls. Being a nautical-themed wedding, there was a lot of water and boats are part of the day. Keep your eye out for all the little details that went into the theme, it was definitely impressive.
Above and below are photos of the bride and groom at the Port Dover Marina.
The highlight of the day had to be the two hours the wedding party got to drive around the city in an old Port Dover Fire Truck. It was so much fun following the fire truck, seeing the waves, honks and cheers from residents and visitors excited for the newlyweds (don’t believe me, there is a great photo after the break, one of my favourites of the year). It’s something you don’t see so much in the GTA anymore. Standing outside a church after a wedding in Toronto or Markham, you might only get one or two honks from passing cars. For this wedding party in this sweet town, it was endless.
What a beautiful bride. Sure the car is amazing, but with those blue eyes and that big smile, it’s hard to look anywhere else! Brides like this make my job look easy!
I love it when you find baby or high school photos of the bride or groom in the home they are getting ready-in on their wedding day, and I thought this was a beautiful example of why I like it so much.
Many more photos below.