I’m a wedding and portrait photographer based in the lovely little town of Enfield near Halifax, Nova Scotia and available to travel worldwide. I’m a lighthearted photographer, a hopeless romantic, a big dreamer, and a story teller. I hope you enjoy viewing my work, I can't wait to connect with you!








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Pear Blossom Bridal Inspiration


Straight out of a fairytale. This dreamy pear blossom bridal inspiration shoot was held at a local Nova Scotian orchard in the magic of springtime. Emulating delicate romance and femininity it showcases just how beautiful our short, but sweet, spring can be.

Watch a short behind the scenes video by Arrow & Knot Productions from this bridal inspiration photo shoot at the end of this post or on Vimeo by clicking here.

Elegant Productions turned this vision into an enchanted reality incorporating gorgeous hand lettered calligraphy by Scribble & Script, stationery by Paper Chain, and a cake from Just Iced Custom Cakes decorated with amazing sugar flower details. Miss Foxine Couture provided a unique floral inspired vintage ring, darling pearl earrings, and a stunning gown from worn by the beautiful Catherine Richardson. Zipora from Tidal Hair Lounge created a loose, whimsical hairstyle and Naphtali Carleton played up Catherine’s natural beauty with her makeup. Complimenting the pear blossoms, Twig and Twine Floristry designed a lavish bouquet and topped the tablescape with florals among the rentals from Glow Events.

Photography: Terri-Lynn Warren Photography | Planning & Design: Elegant Productions | Calligraphy: Scribble & Script | Stationery: Paper Chain | Location: Noggins Farm | Cake: Just Iced Custom Cakes | Dress & Jewellery: Miss Foxine Couture | Model: Catherine Richardson | Hair: Tidal Hair Lounge | Makeup: Naphtali Carleton | Florals: Twig and Twine Floristry | Rentals: Glow Events | Videography: Arrow & Knot

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