Romance at Fanshawe Conservation Area with Jessica & Michael

Romance at Fanshawe Conservation Area with Jessica & Michael

When we met up for Jessica & Mike’s engagement session they were celebrating Jessica’s success on her nursing exams. The next time we met, at our London, Ontario photography studio, to view their engagement photos Mike had just returned to school for nursing.

No matter how you look at it, these two showcase big hearts and a great sense of humour.

I’ve loved every moment of working with them and am excited to share a few of my favourite photos from their session.

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Pricing - Choosing Your Wedding Photographer (Part 3)

Pricing  - Choosing Your Wedding Photographer (Part 3)

Join me today for part three of choosing your wedding photographer.

They say the hardest thing to talk about in a relationship is money, but, when you are planning a wedding it seems there are a lot of these conversations.

How much should your wedding photography cost? There’s not right answer but let’s chat about the things you should consider.

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Products - Choosing Your Wedding Photographer (Part 2)

Products - Choosing Your Wedding Photographer (Part 2)

Do your love a wedding album that uses your photographers to tell the love story?

Do you have a space on your wall just waiting for the perfect image?

Let’s chat about a few of the options for amazing digital and physical products your photographer might offer for your wedding photographs

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Portfolio - Choosing Your Wedding Photographer (Part 1)

Portfolio - Choosing Your Wedding Photographer (Part 1)

This week we are talking about the photos. What is your wedding photography style?

Do you like light and bright or darker and dramatic? Do you like a perfectly posed image or something with a little more movement? There’s no right or wrong answer but the answers will help you find the wedding photographer with the right portfolio for you.

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Engagement Portraits with the soon to be Dunn’s - Emily & Josh

Engagement Portraits with the soon to be Dunn’s -  Emily & Josh

Emily & Josh got engaged on a bench in Ivey Park overlooking the fountain at the Forks of the Thames here in London, Ontario. It was the perfect place to photograph their engagement portraits as we wandered the park, down to Harris Park and even up to the Old Courthouse. I can't wait for their October 2020 Museum London Wedding Day!

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How to Choose Your Wedding Photographer

How to Choose Your Wedding Photographer

Have you ever wondered how to choose your wedding photographer? London, Ontario Wedding Photographer Rebecca Nash is here to walk you through the four most important parts of choosing the wedding photographer who is the best fit for you!

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Alignment Coach Amy AllChurch (of the Babe Squad) at the Blushing Babes Brunch

Alignment Coach Amy AllChurch (of the Babe Squad) at the Blushing Babes Brunch

Today I’m thrilled to be introducing you to another amazing lady here in London, Ontario. I had an opportunity a few months back to get Amy in front of my camera for a few minutes at the Blushing Babes Brunch and knew I wanted to feature her here.

Amy is the boss babe behind the Babe Squad. I hardly know how to put into word what it is that Amy does, so I’m going to use her words. Beyond being an educator online & off, she’s a wife, a mom, and a seriously amazing person who helps people understand themselves better and reach their goals.

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Brow & Lash Guru Kimberly Buckley at Blushing Babes Brunch

Brow & Lash Guru Kimberly Buckley at Blushing Babes Brunch

Join me in meeting Brow & Lash Guru (an gorgeous business babe) Kimberly Buckley. Kimberly is the owner of the London West location of Waxon Bar and a woman I admire. I recently had a chance to hear her speak at the Blushing Babes Society’s Blushing Babes Brunch.

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Playing with new styles...

This year I am working to take better care of myself. I am working with a personal trainer on my fitness and nutrition to be healthier. I am taking time every weekend to do what I need to do to replenish myself. It looks a little different each week. One week it might be reading a book. Another week might be a long walk. It might be a movie marathon and face mask. It might be meditation and a long bath. No matter what though, it's about taking to do something that is just for me.     

So last weekend, as part of my weekly self-care time, I decided it was time to try out a new style beyond my go-to's of buns, ponytails and braids. I have been getting so much inspiration from the amazing women around me and the women who step in front of my camera. (I'm also one of those women who feels the most beautiful and fiercest right after getting my hair done.)  

A bit before this, my friend and mentor Jennifer Rozenbaum did a video on how she does her hair everyday (I love her long loose curls/waves) so I decided to try it out.   I even took some photos.

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I used this curling wand (because it was what I already had). You can get it on amazon it's the InfinitiPro by Conair CD117 YOU Curl Conical Curling Wand(*Affiliate Link*). It was easy to work with (and came with a protective glove for people like me that always end up burning themselves).   I was good to go while working on the left hand side of my head but it got tricky on the right when I needed to work essentially backwards.    I was pretty happy with the result though in the future I would like to use a bigger barrel for a bigger looser curl.     

In Jen's Video ( you can find it on Jen's Youtube), she uses an automatic curler which made her's faster and easier. She used the Kiss automatic curler (Kiss Products Instawave Automatic Hair Curler*Affiliate Link*) and I just ordered one for myself. 

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What does your hair routine look like?  What style makes you feel the most fabulous?