You take a risk with booking a outdoor wedding in February. It had poured the night before Jan-Maree & Jim's big day but cleared up for their intimate wedding aboard the Queen Mary. Due to the elements, they decided to hold the ceremony indoors rather than the outside gazebo. The Queen Mary has a quaint little chapel and that's where they exchanged their vows amongst close family & friends. Jan-Maree's mother and brother traveled from Australia to witness the day. The weather cleared up enough to capture some beautiful photos of the bride and groom as we strolled the entire length of the ship. The sky was in constant transformation from clear blue to patchy clouds to fog and mist. Such a dramtic scene to see such a beautful bride and handsome groom taking in the spectacular views. I find something new every time I photograph aboard the Queen. The reception was at Sir Winstons where the guests gathered in the bar and treated me to a Sculpin brew at the end of my shift...one of my favorite beers now. I absolutely loved Jan-Maree and Jim's spirit. They are so much fun to be around and I hope to remain in touch with such a warm hearted husband and wife. A big thank you to Maribel Farina for second shooting and as always capturing some amazing shots.