Attention all you aviation geeks and airplane enthusiasts, this is one wedding you will not want to miss! Shane & Amy were married on a rainy fall day last year at the Warplane Heritage Museum in Hamilton, Ontario. Even though it was rainy and foggy during the day, everything cleared right up and there was an incredible sunset at the end of the night.
These two lovebirds are some of the nicest people you'll ever meet - when Shane found out that Mike would be working on my birthday, he remembered to give me a shout out at the reception. Super sweet! You can tell that these two are so in love too, they have a lot of fun together and seriously had such a blast at on their big day. This was our first wedding at the Museum and we were pretty excited to be amongst all the rich history and amazing aircraft.
I love how Amy's dress has the perfect vintage feel that goes perfectly with the theme of the day. Shane is an avid aviator and also a professional videographer, so he travels a ton across Canada and back again. Most likely in tiny planes I'd never set foot in in a million years :)
Instead of blowing bubbles or throwing rice, Shane & Amy had their guests toss paper airplanes at them in celebration of their marriage :)
Every time it's raining out, Mike always keeps one eye on what is happening inside and one eye on what's happening outside. Which is a good thing, because the sky that night was unreal!
How's this for a super unique, super romantic dance? :)
Did you love this wedding as much as I did? I can't get over how lovely Shane & Amy are and how the aircraft were such a perfect backdrop for these two! If you're interested in having Mike and our team capture your special day, give me a shout! In the meantime you can check out our latest work @zekar_photography_studio on Instagram.
This post was written by Kate Tigchelaar, Studio Manager for Zekar Photography.
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