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

Read More

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.

Read More

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!

Read More

Thank You - London Bridal Expo Jan 2018

This weekend was one of our crazy busiest weekends of the year as we spent the weekend meeting amazing brides, catching up with awesome wedding vendors, and just generally having an awesome time at the London Bridal Expo.

Thank you to all the brides, grooms, moms, bridesmaids, friends, and wedding professionals who stopped by to say hello. Congrats to Angela B who won a portrait session and 16"x24" Gallery Wrap! 2018 is looking like an amazing year of working with couples who overflow with love as they celebrate their weddings, helping business babes rock their personal brand, and celebrating with women who are ready to see themselves differently while sharing their stories of beauty and strength in the Beauty Is Project.

Winston Churchill on Speeches

This past week has been a week focused on creating content for upcoming in person events and videos too. I have been giving a great deal of thought to the topics I want to discus and the length of the talks too. How many topics should I fit in? How long should each be? If I am given a 90 minute time slot, how much should I cover and when is it too much? I came across this quote in my researching this week from Winston Churchill about giving speeches. 

At first I just had to laugh, I never would have thought about it quite like that but then again he has a point right?

To me, there is so much more this could be applied to. Speeches, videos, blog posts, sales pages, emails meetings and even conversations. You always want to appropriately cover your topic and the info that needs to be shared while still keeping it interesting and leaving room for questions - how else will you engage and know what your intended audience needs?

Why printed photos excite me in a way that digitals never do

This post has been on my mind for quite a while but I kept putting it off for one reason, I am hugely passionate about this topic and just didn't know where to even start.  

As a photographer, you don't have to convince me the importance of an image. It's a moment captured in time. It's a person captured just as they all for all time. It's a memory that you can see, that you can share. If you have ever had a photo taken or taken photos of any sort yourself, you already know there is magic there. 

Ornate vintage white picture frame with portrait

Where things seem to get muddy is what to do with them after they are taken. 

 

Today i'm here to beg you, please please PLEASE don't let your memories grow up to be jpegs. 

 

The point of a beautiful photograph (whether a portrait, a beautiful landscape, or photographs of the moment you said I do) is to enjoy it. To let them transport you to another place an time. It's a reminder of something (or someone) pretty awesome in your life. You need to be able to touch it, to hold it, and to cherish it every time you see it hanging on the wall or open the pages of an album to it.  

 

There's nothing like holding in your hand a moment that has forever changed you. Tangible proof right there of beauty, strength, and love. Printed images are just more real, more relevant, and more valued. 

Black Leather Portfolio with Portraits in White Mats

On another note...

Modern technology has made it easier than ever to grab a quick snapshot of a special moment. We take a million photos today on our phones and cameras to remember a moment or share with someone who isn't there to see it. It's amazing!

 

The question is...What about when you upgrade your phone? What about when your laptop dies? What happens when your hard drive doesn't work? What happens when you no longer have a way to read that disc of images? 

 

So many people are losing years, decades even, of important memories in the blink of an eye. We can't let that happen anymore. Why?

 

If we don't start printing our images, We risk becoming a missing or forgotten generation.

 

If we don't start printing our photos (and labeling them) we will become the generation that is missing from the history books not just in classrooms, but in our families too. Our children will look back on who we were, and won't have anything to look back and remember us. Our Grandchildren may never believe we were ever young. They won't know who were were, what we did, who we loved.

So please, print your most precious images. Frame them. Put them in an album. Create a special place for them. Make them a part of your life today, and a part of your legacy for tomorrow.

White Leather Frame Folio Box with Portraits in White Mats

Stepping out of my comfort zone with Ethan Meleg's Wildflower Workshop

 

This past weekend my husband and I packed up the car and took off for one of our favourite places, Tobermory, for a weekend. We were there for photographic learning and geeky-ness with one of Canada's award winning outdoor photographers we have the pleasure of calling a mentor and friend, Ethan Meleg. (Check out his work at www.ethanmeleg.com)

 

Two summers ago my husband Ross and I attended Ethan's Landscape Photography Workshop in Killarney and it was amazing! Beautiful landscapes, great people, and some time to get back to the love of photography.

 

This time we joined Ethan for something a little more detailed, wildflowers. The first thing I learned...we have a heck of a lot more beautiful wildflowers growing naturally in our province then I ever knew. Like...more than 50 varieties of Orchids alone with 40 or so of them calling the Bruce Penninsula home. I never would have know that if not for this Wildflower Photography Workshop.

 

From there it was about getting back to basics. Unlike a wedding day or studio portrait session, I could not move my subject to get the lighting or backdrop I wanted. I had to look around me and find the best options based on the position of the flower. I also had to explore things like...

  • my vantage point (which flowers should be photographed side on? which ones look better photographed straight down on? which angle gives me the best background and lighting?)
  • my depth of field (how much of the background do I want to show? is it adding to the image or distracting from it?)
  • and so much more!

It really took me out of my comfort zone but in some ways it took me back to basics.

 

I am excited to share more about the weekend and the awesomeness that happened there. For today though, I hope you enjoy this little video of some of my first images from the weekend.

 

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZjOzOVItqU[/embed]

Purple Hair, Don't Care - the lessons I learned with purple hair

In October of 2016 I decided to make a radical change. I went from something close to my natural hair colour to...purple hair. And when I say purple, I mean purple!

I have done a number of different hair colours throughout my life ranging from a light blonde to an almost black with a whole lot of blondes, browns and reds in between. I enjoy changing it up from time to time. But this, this crazy bright purple. It was different.

 

I had been thinking about purple for more than two years (ever since I first saw Jewels Grey on Creative Live and then met her at Shutterfest - that woman is seriously awesome) but just never had the courage to commit to it 100% and follow through. What if it didn't look good? What if clients didn't trust me anymore? What if people looked at me differently?

 

So what finally pushed me to get it done? I was going in to get my hair done for my wedding anniversary (at my husbands suggestion and offer to pay for it too - talk about bonus points) so I asked him what he thought I should do - blonde, red or purple. He (being the honest and blunt man he is) turned around and said 'well, we both know you're too chicken to do the purple so whichever one of the other two you like'.

 

In that moment my brain only registered one thing...

 

Challenge Accepted!

 

You are probably thinking - whats the big deal? So you changed your hair colour. Here's the big deal, for the first 31 years of my life one of my most used skills in my day to day life is to blend into the background and be invisible whenever I can. Don't get me wrong, I have stepped on stage in front of 500 photographers including some of my mentors and spoken, I have performed in plays and concerts, and on a wedding day just try to get me to stop directing the family members during portraits BUT outside of those times when I choose to step forward to be seen, I enjoy blending into the background.

 

Now, as I stepped into my day job, my business and my community I definately stood out. For more than 6 months, I never stepped into a room and blended in. People stopped me on the street. People did a double talk as I walked by. Whether I wanted them to or not, people noticed me everywhere I went.

 

It was an eye opening experience and I learned a lot of lessons along the way.

Tune in to Part Two to find out what they were.

Have Courage & Be Kind...#motivationmonday

 

There are no profound new concepts in those words. There is nothing that needs to be deeply contemplated to be understood. Sometimes the biggest, life changing concepts from the simplest words.

 

Five words.

Five simple words.

Five Simple words that are a guiding principal in my life.

 

I want to be brave. I want to have courage. I don't want to live afraid. I want to stand up for myself and for others who cannot. I want to pursue my dreams and goals.

 

I want to be kind. To be generous. To give to others. To care for others. To support others. And to serve others however I can.

 

For the rest of my life I will try everyday to...

"Have Courage & Be Kind"

 

Do you have words that inspire you? Words that you want to live by?

Share them below!

Sneak Peek - Karla's Portraits

 

This is Karla

Karla is a Mother

Karla is a Student

Karla is an Employee

Karla is Partner

Karla is a Dreamer

Karla is a Hustler

but more than anything else...

Karla is an amazingly strong and beautiful woman inside and out.

 

 

Over the last few years I have had the pleasure of getting to know and photograph this beautiful woman. She has shared her hopes and dreams as well as her struggles with me. I was honoured to have her sit in front of my camera, in full celebration of exactly who she is, to capture these portraits.

I just loved watching Karla spin and twirl as she smiled and laughed in this ball gown, skirt swishing around here. She looked stunning of course but it was the joy that flowed out of her in that moment that made that moment everything it was. 

 

 

Giving back in the Month of January (and all year long)

Some of my earliest memories are of time spent with my family supporting our community. I remember days spent outside the Sobey's in our small town helping to sell car draw tickets. I remember Easter mornings helping set up the Easter Egg Hunt in our town. I remember riding on the float or, when I was a little older, handing out Hot Chocolate in the Santa Claus Parade. I remember being a Kin Kid.  

My parents were dedicated members of the Kinsmen and Kinette Clubs of Grimsby. We raised money for Cystic Fibrosis in every way we could to give back and held local events that supported our community too. Community service was just part of what our family did, of who we were.

 

I am excited get back to those routes and to spend 2017 focusing on celebrating beauty while supporting amazing people and local organizations. 

 

How?

 

Rebecca Nash Photography will donate 10% of all sales in 2017 to mental health agencies serving London, Ontario and beyond.

 

In the month of January, for each wedding or portrait session booked (doesn’t have to occur in January) Rebecca Nash Photography will donate one gift certificate to a non-profit organization focused on mental health to be used to in their fundraising events.

 

 

Want to be a part of it?

 

Are you ready to feel your best? Join me in studio for your personalized Contemporary Elegance Portrait experience and support local mental health organizations!

Book now by calling 226-973-7115 or emailing info@rebeccanashphotography.com

 

 

 

Create Every Day!

Anyone who knows me knows, I don't read books...I devour them!  

This month I have been diving in head first to books about creativity, buisness, love and so much more.

After months off work, trying to recover, I am excited to be getting back out there here in my business and in my classroom with my kids. That said, I still have a lot of work to complete my recovery, and changes that still need to be made to stay balanced going forward. One of the big things missing? Creating!

IMG_20160313_090935

Inspired by Elizabeth Gilbert's book "Big Magic" (if you haven't read it, you should...like now) - Starting April 1st, I am challenging myself (and all of you) to carve out time in the daily schedule (I'm doing a minimum of 30 mins but aiming to hit 60 mins most days) to create. Doesn't matter the result - success or failure. Like the old saying says...It's not about the destination, it's about the journey. The point is to create, to make time for it, to schedule it, and love it. The medium doesn't matter.

 

Throughout the challenge I will be sharing some of my creations on instagram. Some of my favourite mediums you can expect to see:

  • photography (of course)
  • calligraphy
  • hand lettering
  • watercolours
  • creative writing/journalling

Will you join me? Will you make the time to let your creativity out?

Excited to Announce - coming to the Kawartha's

I`m so excited to be heading back to a place that means so much to me.  

The Kawartha`s were one of my favourite places to live with summers working at Lockside Trading, Tim Hortons in Lakefield, and Lovesick Lake Cafe, Gift Shop & Campground in Burleigh Falls as a teenager. After moving away for school, life led me back to the Kawartha`s for the birth of my daughter, my return to college, and a new path in life in Ennismore & Bridgenorth but, I`m getting caught up reminiscing.

 

What I`m really here to announce is....I`m coming back!

 

I am so excited to be adding the amazing Kawartha`s to my photography sweet spots and what better way to kick things off then coming to see some fabulous brides at the upcoming bridal shows!

 

Join me...

 

Friday Jan 15th

6:30-10:00pm

Kawartha Wedding Trends Show

Lindsay Armoury

210 Kent St. W., Lindsay, On

AND

Sunday January 24th

11:00am - 4:00pm

Peterborough Wedding Trends Show

Peterborough Memorial Centre 151 Lansdowne St W, Peterborough, ON K9J 1Y4

Just in case you haven't heard - Bridal Shows are the one and only place to take advantage of a special discount on your wedding day photography and heirloom products. You don't want to miss it!

Yours Enthusiastically,

Rebecca Signature

Bridal Beauty at the Brookside Banquet Centre

It was a gorgeous Wednesday night, but outside is one place I wasn't found.  

Instead, I spent my evening with some of the most amazing women and talented wedding creatives doing a little styled shoot to try out something new.

 

Today I'm thrilled to share a sneak peek of just a few of the images we created.

Many Thanks to the amazing Creative Team:

Photography - Rebecca Nash Photography

Venue - Brookside Banquet Centre

Gown & Accessories - Once Upon A Time Wedding

Hair & Makeup - Selah Vie Hair & Makeup Artistry

Flowers - 2 Clvr Designs

Model - Kaitlin Toth

 

Brookside Bridal - London Photographer Rebecca Nash Photography (1 of 7)

Brookside Bridal - London Photographer Rebecca Nash Photography (2 of 7)

Brookside Bridal - London Photographer Rebecca Nash Photography (4 of 7)

Brookside Bridal - London Photographer Rebecca Nash Photography (5 of 7)

Brookside Bridal - London Photographer Rebecca Nash Photography (6 of 7)

Brookside Bridal - London Photographer Rebecca Nash Photography (7 of 7)

 

 

Yours Enthusiastically,

 Rebecca Blog Signature

 

 

London Wedding Photographer - Rebecca Nash Photography

Rebecca Nash is the Creative Director & Photographic Artist behind London, Ontario's wedding photography company Rebecca Nash Photography. Her passion is helping London, Ontario couples create art that captures the little moments, the details, and the emotions of their own unique London wedding celebration in a way that allows them to relive those joyous moments everytime they look at them. London Wedding photographer Rebecca Nash Photography has a dedication to providing experience driven service to each and every couple she works with to enhance their London Wedding Photography.

Find out more about London Wedding Photographer Rebecca by visiting the about section!

I'm so excited! Spending the day learning from Zach & Jody Gray

Ok, if you know me at all you already know two things... 1) I love to keep learning...about photography, about business, about lighting, about marketing, about art...

2) I love Zach & Jody Gray! This dynamic duo have taught me so much about photography and business, have inspired alot of things in my business, have invested in helping me reach my goals, and even flew up to photograph my wedding day.

 

And do you know what I will be doing this weekend? I will be spending the day Saturday at Hangloose Studios in Toronto, thanks to Henry's School of Imaging, learning from Zach & Jody in the workshop 'Making Money & Creating Light'. So wait...that's taking one part learning, one part business, one part lighting, and one massive part Zach & Jody. Sounds perfect right?

 

Let's rewind a little to the first time I met them...

 

I don't honestly know how I came across Zach & Jody, but I'm so grateful I did. After following their blogs, social media, and teachings on CreativeLive for a little over a year I was completely stoked to find in 2012 they would speaking at the Spring Henry's Camera Exposure Show in Toronto.

London Wedding Photographer Rebecca Nash - May 27, 2012-3 London Wedding Photographer Rebecca Nash - May 27, 2012-4

 

I knew I had to hear them speak live, and dragged my (now) husband in to listen to them speak (even though he doesn't photograph people if he can avoid it in any way - he likes subjects that don't talk back like tree, mountains, or waterfalls).

London Wedding Photographer Rebecca Nash - May 27, 2012-2

After their talk I was super excited to get to actually met them. Admittedly my heart raced a little as I approached them to say hello and grab a quick photo. Of course I was one of many people waiting for the opportunity so I said hello, got a photo, and wandered off.

London Wedding Photographer Rebecca Nash - May 27, 2012

I popped back about 15mins later to find Zach & Jody still there having conversations, answering questions, and just generally being awesome. I stood off to the side watching and listening (such a people watcher) when Jody walked over, stood next to me, put out her hand and was like "Hi, I'm Jody" I shook her hand with a simple "I know, I love you guys!". The real breathtaking moment for me...as we started chatting and I said something about following them online, Jody went "Whoa, wait...Rebecca...like RNashPhoto from twitter?"

OMG, Jody knew who I was. Believe me, I was on a cloud for the rest of the day. (i still get excited remembering this)

 

Back to the Present...

If you couldn't tell by this totally unplanned rambling...I'm super excited for tomorrow's workshop for the friendship, the learning, the inspiration, and the leap forward in my skills I know will be happening after so I had to share.

 

Are you going to be there? Let me know below and make sure to say hello (I'll be the crazy lady in the front row with the laptop)

 

 

London Ontario Wedding Photographer

 

 

 

 

Rebecca Nash is the Creative Director & Photographic Artist behind London, Ontario's wedding photography company Rebecca Nash Photography. Her passion is helping London, Ontario couples create art that captures the little moments, the details, and the emotions of their own unique London wedding celebration in a way that allows them to relive those joyous moments every time they look at them. London Wedding photographer Rebecca Nash Photography has a dedication to providing experience driven service to each and every couple she works with to enhance their London Wedding Photography.

We love weddings and We Love referrals!

London Photographer Rebecca Nash - Rings and Pearls Starting in 2015, Rebecca Nash Photography is excited to announce a new referral program for our brides and grooms.

 

Let's face it, I LOVE weddings! I love hearing your stories, sharing the journey from planning to wedding day and beyond, and I love photographing those special moments that help you celebrate your beautiful wedding day now, and for years to come.

London Photographer Rebecca Nash - September 19, 2014-11

Another thing you may not realize is, I love giving gifts. I like to spoil the people around me whenever I possibly can.

 

So, when I sat down to look at what things I wanted to stop doing, continue doing, or start doing in 2015 to create an amazing experience for my brides and groom throughout the entire wedding process from engagement to hanging images on their wall one thing came to mind.

 

I have been fortunate to work with so many amazing couples who have become friends and even some of my biggest cheerleaders. I realize that these people are exactly the kind of people I want to continue to work with over and over again. These are also the people that I want to be able to thank and share a small token of my appreciation. So...

 

Introducing the Wedding Referral Program!

Loved working with Rebecca & Rebecca Nash Photography? Know friends and/or family members planning their wedding day? Share the love!

For each wedding you (as a past bride or groom) refer to Rebecca Nash Photography who books their wedding day, the you will receive a 16" x 24"Canvas print of one of their favourite images from their sessions with Rebecca Nash Photography as my way of showing my gratitude!

I can't wait to start handing out these beautiful canvases to the amazing couples I've had the pleasure of working with and those I have the pleasure of working with this year!

 

Have questions? Feel free to drop them in the comments below or email me at info@rebeccanashphotography.com

 

London Ontario Wedding Photographer

 

 

 

 

London Wedding Photographer - Rebecca Nash Photography

Rebecca Nash is the Creative Director & Photographic Artist behind London, Ontario's wedding photography company Rebecca Nash Photography. Her passion is helping London, Ontario couples create art that captures the little moments, the details, and the emotions of their own unique London wedding celebration in a way that allows them to relive those joyous moments every time they look at them. London Wedding photographer Rebecca Nash Photography has a dedication to providing experience driven service to each and every couple she works with to enhance their London Wedding Photography.

Find out more about London Wedding Photographer Rebecca by visiting the about section!

Happy Holidays to you and your Family

No matter what holiday it is you are celebrating at this time of year, I wanted to take a moment to wish you and your family a happy holiday. I hope these days have been filled with friends and family, love and laughter, and making memories you will all cherish for the rest of your lives.  

Here's a quick peek at what's been happening over here...

IMG_20141224_150850 IMG_20141225_113939IMG_20141225_114135 IMG_20141225_113756 IMG_20141225_070548 IMG_20141224_132619 IMG_20141222_141007 IMG_20141222_133007 IMG_20141222_085306

 

All the very best in the new year!

 

 

London Ontario Wedding Photographer

 

 

 

 

London Wedding Photographer - Rebecca Nash Photography

Rebecca Nash is the Creative Director & Photographic Artist behind London, Ontario's wedding photography company Rebecca Nash Photography. Her passion is helping London, Ontario couples create art that captures the little moments, the details, and the emotions of their own unique London wedding celebration in a way that allows them to relive those joyous moments everytime they look at them. London Wedding photographer Rebecca Nash Photography has a dedication to providing experience driven service to each and every couple she works with to enhance their London Wedding Photography.

Find out more about London Wedding Photographer Rebecca by visiting the about section!

Family Photographs with Zach Gray of Zach & Jody Photography

The day before our wedding, before the sun was even up, Zach, Matt, yy groom Ross, my daughter Alyssa and I piled into the cars and off we went. Was this exactly how I wanted to spend the morning before my wedding...at first I would say no, but, the reality is yes!

How could I better celebrate our family together than amazing photographs of us as a couple, us a family, and in a place we love!

(All photographs from Zach & Jody Photography)

 

 

While Zach was photographing Ross and I, Matt noticed this moment unfolding as Alyssa watched from beside us. It's one of my favourite photos of my munchkin cause it's just so her!

 

 

 

 

While Zach (&Matt) were photographing Ross and I under the tree, Alyssa found this leaf with a heart cut out of the centre. Alyssa showed it to Zach and this beautiful image was the result.

 

 

This park combined some things that fit us so well. Ross is all about being out in the forest and loves the fall colours. I, on the other hand, am normally a spring girl and water is my thing. This park gave us beautiful fall colours, a small river flowing through it, and even some rocks to climb on. (Brownie points go to my hubby on finding the location and props to Zach and Matt for finding so many ways to utilize this small park.

 

 

I could not be more thrilled and can't wait to finish framing these images and get them up on the walls. We walked away with beautiful artwork, time together, and memories that we'll all cherish of this special time.

 

So what's holding you back from booking your session and how will you exist in photographs?

 

London Ontario Wedding Photographer

 

 

 

 

London Engagement Portrait Photographer - Rebecca Nash Photography

Rebecca Nash is the Creative Director & Photographic Artist behind London, Ontario's wedding photography company Rebecca Nash Photography. Her passion is helping London, Ontario couples create art that captures the little moments, the details, and the emotions of their own unique love story with London engagement portrait photography in a way that allows them to relive those joyous moments every time they look at them. London Wedding photographer Rebecca Nash Photography has a dedication to providing experience driven service to each and every couple she works with to enhance their London Engagement Portrait Photography and London Wedding Photography.

Find out more about London Wedding Photographer Rebecca by visiting the about section!

 

Exisit in Photographs...a campaigain inspired by Sue Bryce

Sue Bryce has a vision...to help women to love and value themselves, to recognize their own beauty, and to have amazing photographs to celebrate all of this. Along with many photographers across the world Sue urges everyone (but especially women) to exist in photographs. Exist in photographs for yourself. Exist in photographs for your children.

When did you last have your photograph taken?

 

For us it had been about 3 years, maybe 4 actually, since our last family photo. Sure there were a few smart phone shots, and plenty of photos of the munchkin, but, when it came to a beautiful family photo I could hang on the wall, that we could look back on for years and remember that moment, and that I could pass on....well, they looked dated.

 

Coming this weekend...how did we make sure we exist in photographs?

 

London Ontario Wedding Photographer

 

 

  London Engagement Portrait Photographer - Rebecca Nash Photography

Rebecca Nash is the Creative Director & Photographic Artist behind London, Ontario's wedding photography company Rebecca Nash Photography. Her passion is helping London, Ontario couples create art that captures the little moments, the details, and the emotions of their own unique love story with London engagement portrait photography in a way that allows them to relive those joyous moments every time they look at them. London Wedding photographer Rebecca Nash Photography has a dedication to providing experience driven service to each and every couple she works with to enhance their London Engagement Portrait Photography and London Wedding Photography.

Find out more about London Wedding Photographer Rebecca by visiting the about section!

Sneak Peek: A Glowing fall Maternity Portrait Session with Samantha

Sam and I met in college. She was this fun, spunky young woman and I was the mature student with an infant at home (though somewhere under there I like to think I was still a fun spunky woman too). Years, life changes, and distance has kept us apart more in recent years but when Sam called me to find out what weekends I would be available to help her celebrate her pregnancy I knew this was going to be a weekend to remember.

On a crisp Sunday morning, off we went to celebrate in the beautiful fall colours all around Ottawa. Sam glowed among the natural elements she loves in the warmth of fall colours.

 

London Photographer Rebecca Nash - October 19, 2014-5

It was amazing to see just how at peace Sam was even in the very crisp fall air

 

London Photographer Rebecca Nash - October 19, 2014-25

London Photographer Rebecca Nash - October 19, 2014-36

 

Look at those blue eyes! I wonder if Lilly will have them too.

 

London Photographer Rebecca Nash - October 19, 2014-43

This woman just glows with the joys of becoming a mother!

It was such an honour to spend a quiet morning with Sam celebrating her pregnancy and the little girl that will soon turn her world upside down and challenge the boundaries of the amount of love a heart can hold.

I wish you all the best Sam and can't wait to meet Lilly!

 

London Ontario Wedding Photographer

 

 

 

 

London Portrait Photographer - Rebecca Nash Photography

Rebecca Nash is the Creative Director & Photographic Artist behind London, Ontario's wedding photography company Rebecca Nash Photography. Her passion is helping London, Ontario couples create art that captures the little moments, the details, and the emotions of their own unique love story with London engagement portrait photography in a way that allows them to relive those joyous moments every time they look at them. London Wedding photographer Rebecca Nash Photography has a dedication to providing experience driven service to each and every couple she works with to enhance their London Portrait Photography and London Wedding Photography.

Find out more about London Wedding Photographer Rebecca by visiting the about section!