Elizabeth and Nick, like so many couples in 2020, had to postpone their June 20th, 2020 wedding date to the following year. Their plans changed from the initial vision, but we still got together on their first wedding date at their initial location where they had planned their 2020 wedding. We celebrated with a bottle of bubbly, capturing their love for one another. It was a very wet day, but the sunset was gorgeous and the images were perfect. They were perfect. Their love was perfect.
With the lockdown in May, June 19th 2021 was looking very concerning. Their plans and vision for the day altered once again, and truly we weren’t sure what to expect until closer to the day. I was so excited for them when restrictions lifted a little bit to allow for 25 person gathering, I can’t imagine their day without those people around them. The love, the laughs, the happy tears, it was all so worth the wait. June 19th was also a little wet at the end, but if anything, it added to the beauty of it all. Nothing would stop these two from walking into their happily ever after, not this time! It was such an honour to be there, to see them put those rings on each others fingers, to see them open a bottle of bubbly in celebration, this time as husband and wife!
All the amazing vendors who helped make this day perfect:
I’ve added some of my favourite moments below. There were so many incredible touches, from the Instax, to the signs, the dried floral confetti, and of course all the floral designed by Connie (Century Homestead Farm and Floral) — she is extraordinary. It was all so perfect and picturesque. And yes! Cole (the best man) did catch a fish, when Nick and Cole went fishing for a mere moment for their Groom/Best Man photos. It was funny and unexpected, and yes the little guy was set free. 🙂
Thank you, thank you, thank you Elizabeth and Nick for having me capture your wedding day! It was an absolute dream!
With all my love,