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Paty & Paul | A Small NOTL Wedding at Oban Inn

Fall in Niagara-on-the-Lake brings back a feeling of the real New England. The crowds have started to subside, the air is a little brisk but the water is tepid, and the sun lingers lower on the horizon casting a magical warm light on Fort Niagara. Paty and Paul shared their vows overlooking the lake and in the company of only their nearest and dearest. The pretty blue hues perfectly accentuated the colour palette of the flowers – and Paty’s beautiful dark hair. After skipping a few stones and stealing some kisses at the water’s edge, they ended their day with an intimate dinner at the renowned Oban Inn.

Photo of the Oban Inn front entrace in Niagara on the LakePurple wedding shoes on a vintage yellow platter.The bride getting ready at the Oban Inn in Niagara on the Lake, Ontario.A beautiful bridal portrait of Paty in Niagara.A stunning bride with her wedding bouquet standing in front of the Oban Inn.Look at the gorgeous headpiece she is wearing.The bridesmaids in their blue dresses walking down the street in Niagara on the Lake.Side view action shot of the bride walking past old houses in Niagara on the Lake.A lone seagull flies past over Lake Ontario.The two lovers just moments before seeing each other for the first time.The gazebo at QueenSaying their vows to each other. Soft romantic wedding photography in NIagara on the Lake.Two photos side by side showing the Gazebo at QueenBride and groom holding hands during the outdoor ceremony. Bridesmaids and their bouquets are visible in the foreground.Some of the many onlookers at this outdoor Niagara on the Lake wedding.Signing of the registry. The small wedding party watches and smiles.All smiles when the first kiss happens.The bride and groom get lost in the moment of the first kiss. The gazebo and lakeside location give the photos a soft dreamy feeling.Two photos of the gazebo in Niagara on the lake with a small wedding/elopement.A group photo of wedding guests at the Gazebo.A beautiful photo of the bride and groom under an arch of the gazebo in Niagara on the Lake.walking along the breakwater. Holding hands, soft purple hues in the sky.A soft widescreen black and white photo of the bride and groom in front of the water.A close and intimate photo of a kiss. You can feel the love here.He pulls her close to him for a romantic moment caught on film by afterglow.She canA lovely and classic group photo of the small wedding party. Driftwood and soft sand behind them on the beach.The girls smile and watch the boys throw rocks into the lake.A class late summer evening photo of the groomsmen skipping stones on Lake Ontario.Two photos. The bride with her maid of honour an dthe groomsmen.Classicaly beautiful girls. Sitting on a lakeside stone.Skipping more stones into the lake. What a wonderful way to spend a summer evening with your closest friends.A set of three photos. A portrait of a beatiful young girl in a blue dress and a young red-haired boy.A wider angle photo the bride and groom on a stone beach in Niagara on the Lake.Classic formal portrait photography.You canThis photo is filled with soft cool water hues. Perfect for a summer evening.A group photo of the groomsmen. Handsome devils.A group photo of the beautiful bridesmaids. Blue dresses and soft bouquets.An epic fine art moment caught on film by Afterglow Images in Niagara on the Lake.Soft and dreamy wedding photography. Her hand on his chest, soft blue water rippling in the background.Another fine are wedding photography moment. Driftwood and evening summer hues.Walking along a white picket fence back to the Oban Inn in Niagara on the Lake.A kiss in front of an old ivy-covered building in NIagara on the Lake.A closeup photograph of the wedding rings on a wooden surface.Two more photos in a white gazebo at the Oban Inn. Plus a wedding cake.Creatively framed photo of the bride and groom in the gazebo.A soft filmy black and white photography inside the Oban Inn. Creative use of the hallway mirror.

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