Words can't even begin to describe how much I love this wedding, not only were Marnie and Josh an absolute blast to work with, everything about the wedding was breathtaking. I mean how many brides are holding frogs in their bouquets or climbing on stone walls in her bare feet just because I wanted to get a picture of her on it! They are really awesome couple! Meet Marnie & Josh... How did you two meet and how long have you been together for? We met at the Moose and Goose club in Thorold. Marnie was riding the mechanical bull (quite eloquently I’ll add) when she threw her bass pro ball cap at me. I was forced to hand it back to her and the rest is history. We've been together for 4 Years! What was your first impression of your partner? Josh says “she looks like fun...” Marnie says “sexy man meat” What was your worst date with your partner? First time Marnie saw me eat chicken wings. Apparently it was traumatizing. Questions continue throughout photos
If you could describe your significant other in one word what would it be? Why? Josh says "“cute” because she’s tiny" Marnie says “hilarious” ~ "causeI’m hilarious :)" says Josh
What is one thing that stands out from your wedding day that you'll never forget? Josh says “How nervous I was when the doors opened for Marnie and her Dad to walk down the aisle” Marnie says “Josh’s grandpa crying”
My partners first kiss made me think... what? Well it was at the Moose and Goose soooo...
Is there any special memory with your partner you will never forget and what was it? Our trip to Florida where we got engaged. Raining intensely outside and both heavily under the influence of alcohol
What are a couple of things that you appreciate about your relationship and why do these things seem significant? Laid back. Easy going. We think we are fun. Lol
What is the one thing your partner does for you that they hate but nevertheless does because you like it? Josh says “when she scratches my back” Marnie says “when he gets comfortable in bed then I ask him to get a glass of water for me”
What would be your advice for couples to making a relationship last a lifetime? Don’t sweat the little stuff
After your wedding is over and your friends talk about your wedding day …what do you hope they say? Good food. Good booze. Good dancing.