Two blog posts up in less than 24 hours – I think that’s a personal record! I wrote about catching up on blogging and posted this fun couple’s engagement session yesterday, maybe you have seen some of their wedding sneak peeks on my Facebook Page.
Their wedding took place in the little town of Grand Forks, BC, about a five hour drive from Abbotsford. It’s a sweet small town surrounded by beautiful wilderness. Just to give you an idea, one of the hotels in town was advertising “Colour Cable.” Nonetheless, a seriously sweet town. I do think a Starbucks would be a nice addition though. ;)
Just a quick reminder - For each comment on my blog I am donating to Compassion’s Disaster Relief in Haiti. I will donate $1 for every comment and $2 for every comment stating what what you have done to help Haiti, even if it’s as simple as prayer. Thanks to all those who have already commented. I really appreciate it – please keep the comments coming! UPDATE: Thanks to all those who commented for Haiti. We raised $194 for Haiti Earthquake Relief!
The day started early for the morning ceremony so we got to catch some golden light while getting ready – we did at the end of the day too which was AWESOME.
I find this candid of the bride’s mom beside her daughter’s wedding dress so special.
A funny fact about the ceremony is they used walkie-talkies to coordinated beforehand as there was no cell reception in the area!
Just look at the love between the mother and son. :)
This rustic barn was about ten minutes from the ceremony location. Found some shade here for photos.
Such a gorgeous wild flower bouquet (note to photographers: I typed “bokeh” first – wrong one!)
Both great looking bridal parties!
Then we had some fun shots with the car.. they posed these all themselves. I love them!!
Some emotional photos of the parents during speeches.
More photos with the car – loved the car!
We took their bride and groom portraits at the beautiful Christina Lake golf course.
Don’t have much to say here but STUNNING.
More golden light and some kissing. ;)
Then we headed back for the evening dessert reception and dances at Pines Bible Camp where Crystal and Clinton first met each other.
Father-daughter dances are def one of my favourite parts of the day to photograph – so many emotions.
I love their happiness and look at that cute lil flower girl behind them!
Remember - For each comment on my blog I am donating to Compassion’s Disaster Relief in Haiti up to $300.
- I will give $1 for every comment
- I will give $2 for every comment stating what what you have done to help Haiti, even if it’s as simple as prayer.
- You can directly support Compassion International too.
Thanks to all those who commented. We raised $194 for Haiti Earthquake Relief!