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South Thompson Inn Wedding: Kaleb & Sherry

The first wedding of 2015 couldn’t have been a more beautiful day. There are weddings and then there are weddings…when the love is evident, the celebration real, when the light is right and the wedding party excited. And when the bride and groom care about their photos, like really care about their photos, everything falls into place. It also didn’t hurt that the groom is my cousin (and a photographer!), and many of the wedding guests were family – that was icing on the cake!

Photographing Kaleb and Sherry’s wedding day filled my heart. Sherry, you were such a┬áradiant bride and I loved that nothing could shake that smile from your face. Kaleb, thank you for trusting me as your photographer and for bringing a really great girl into the family. So happy for you two!


Congratulations, Mr & Mrs Trozzo!



See their CheddarBooth photo booth pictures here!

Ceremony: South Thompson Inn
Reception: Coast Kamloops Hotel
Makeup: Janet Calhoun
Flowers: Newell Flower Shop
Cupcakes: Sweet Spot Cupcakes
Photobooth: CheddarBooth

  • Risa (Mom) - June 3, 2015 - 4:44 pm

    Kaleb and Sherry, you were a stunning bride and groom! One thing that always makes a wedding day for me is how much the couple enjoy themselves and how happy they are, and you two were radiant with love and joy! It was such a beautiful day and was so much fun for all of us to witness and be a part of!
    And Mikaela, you had an amazing bridal party to work with, and you did a great job capturing all the love, beauty and happiness of the day! Well done!ReplyCancel

  • Corinna - June 8, 2015 - 3:07 am

    Love the one of the ceremony taken from up high, and the black & white one of the wedding party in front of those Grand Canyon-like rocks. So cool. Nice work, Mikaela.ReplyCancel

  • Julie - June 9, 2015 - 4:08 pm

    So beautifu Mikaela! My friend got married there last year…such a gorgeous venue!!ReplyCancel

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