When choosing a wedding venue in Grey County, there are many beautiful places available to host an event. One of my all-time favourite locations in this area is Walters Falls Inn. This grand building in the small town of Walters Falls is unique in a variety of ways. The hotel is built beside the remains of a historic sawmill, which used to be powered by waterfall. The natural water feature is just steps from the inn, where guests can walk out on the balcony and admire it. The photo opportunities at The Falls Inn are unlimited. With the area being surrounded by nature and the rustic atmosphere, we are able to capture photos that are both charming and timeless.
This specific photo of a bride and her groom was shot in front of a building that was part of the old sawmill. I love the rustic barnyard and the simplicity of the building. When capturing Winter wedding photos outdoors, it is important to use interesting landmarks or structures to make the backdrop of the photo more interesting. I also like how the bride's plaid coverup pops against the barn and the snow. Since the winter months do not offer much colour for bride and groom coverage, the black and red shawl over the bride's wedding gown was a practical and stylish idea.
Location: Walters Falls, ON.1/500; f/4.0; ISO 800; 38.0 mm.