Bright blue skies and not a cloud in sight. It was finally starting to feel like summer for Jacquie and Kerry’s wedding in Ancaster. Thanks to the Indie Ale House in Toronto for opening early and providing the groomsmen with a fun location for the morning shoot. Too bad we arrived before 11am, there were a few delicious sounding IPA’s on the menu – suppose we’ll need to return for a few samples at a more reasonable hour. A quick trip west to Mississauga to photograph the bridesmaids getting ready, and we were on the road to Ancaster for the first look in the Dundas Valley Conservation Area. Jacquie was determined to use the rock outcropping for her photos and we were happy to oblige, so long as everyone understood it would involve a bit of off-roading. Fortunately with the long dresses, the bridesmaids could rock their running shoes 😉 What we hadn’t prepared for was the caterpillars repelling from the trees. Lots of crawlers between dress layers. A brief pit stop at Sherman Falls, and we were over to the Ancaster Mill for our afternoon ceremony and reception. This was our first time shooting in the Ancaster Mill’s indoor chapel, and have to mention, they’ve done an incredible job on it! Gorgeous interior design and teeming in natural light. Thanks again to Jacquie and Kerry for truly making us part of their special day.