Oh, hey there! I'm Ashley, a wedding and family photographer in Ottawa. I am a firm believer in a strong espresso in the morning, yoga in the afternoon and that your wedding photographer should feel like your new best friend.
The blog...where you get to see a recap of all the weddings and engagement sessions over the 10 years I've been an Ottawa wedding photographer. That's a lot of wedding inspo!
Learn more about pricing for your Ottawa wedding photographer, see a proposed timeline for your wedding day, tips and tricks for your engagement session, and frequently answered questions!
I assume you've landed here because you want to see some pretty wedding and engagement photos of happy people in love...am I right?
Have a peek at some of my favourite wedding photos in Ottawa and the Valley!
WEDDING DAY 2.0
For the couple who wants something completely different. Who values the time they spend with their guests on their wedding day.
What's better than being your wedding photographer? Being your family photographer years later. From maternity photos, to newborn photos, to those special family moments...I adore watching your family grow.
This modern and luxurious wedding at the Ottawa Art Gallery was on the most perfect fall day. The day started off at the Andaz Hotel followed by photos at Strathcona Park.
Wedding photography for me is about capturing moments that will take you right back to that feeling - the excitement, the butterflies, the overwhelming need to scream "THIS IS THE BEST DAY EVER!" at the top of your lungs.
This was such a gorgeous wedding at Fields on West Lake in Prince Edward County. The day started off with the girls getting ready at the June Motel in Picton followed by a lovely reception in a candlelit barn with family and friends.
Whether you're getting married indoors or outdoors, there are so many great wedding venues in Ottawa to choose from. From your own backyard to the beautiful Stonefields Estates, Ottawa has so many unique wedding venues to offer.
Fall wedding at the Billings Estate Museum under a big maple tree, followed by cocktails and an intimate portrait session around downtown Ottawa with the bride and groom at sunset. Who says a Covid wedding can't be awesome?