Today officially marks the one year countdown until Phylicia and Alex’s wedding day! Although, tomorrow was supposed to be the biggest celebration of all: their original wedding date, before 2020 had other plans for us all. Phylicia and Alex are one of over 20 of my couples who have been forced to postpone their wedding date, because of social gathering limits, travel restrictions, and safety concerns due to COVID-19. It has been such a hard year for everyone, and I am so hoping that 2021 will feel a little more normal and that we can get back to celebrating love in a big way!
Phylicia and Alex wanted to showcase some fall colours in their engagement photos last year, and after several rain cancellations, we finally found the perfect day! These were all taken in Forks of the Credit Provincial Park, a spot that I have become very familiar with over the years! Caledon is such a hot spot during the autumn months, and it is pretty clear why. The country roads are lined with gorgeous yellow, orange and red leafy trees, and some pretty unique spots can be found here. This popularity is one of the reasons why I only photography engagement sessions during the week- to avoid the busy weekend crowds! The evening that we photographed this, we barely passed by other hikers or visitors and it made the space feel so special for Alex and Phylicia.