Gananoque “Destination Wedding”

More from the beautiful fairy tale couple at Boldt Castle… (see previous blog post) they came all the way from Europe to have their dream destination wedding in the Heart of the Thousand Islands- my own little small town of Gananoque.

After the gorgeous photos at Heart Island and a very enjoyable cruise with Gananoque Boat Lines, it was back to the lovely Gananoque Inn for the ceremony and more photos! The October wind was a bit chilly to sit outside for long, and so the beautiful reception hall with large windows was set up for the wedding.

The Garden at the Gananoque Inn is beautiful, overlooking the St Lawrence River. We ventured out into the chill for a few photos, of course!



At this point in the day, everyone was more relaxed and we got just a little bit goofy…which is awesome because weddings should be fun!



I was so happy to meet these two and their families, and enjoy my hometown through the eyes of a tourist.  They said “Gananoque is so sweet, it could give you a cavity”.  I think this couple is quite sweet as well!!! What a blessing to live in this beautiful part of the world, and to be able to share it with two such delightful people on their wedding day!



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About Another Perspective Photography

I am a mother, a wife, a photographer, an alto, a friend... I am creative and quirky and funny. I love my husband and kids, I love my dog Pearl, I love my friends, I love pink. I am a photographer for Gananoque, Kingston and Brockville. I love Wedding Photography, Newborn and Baby Photography, Maternity Photography, and Family Photography.

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