On Saturday, David and I were off to St. Albert to photograph Monica and Theresa's wedding. It was at a spot we had never been at before, but quickly became a favourite. It was at the beautiful rustic shelter at the St. Albert campground. It was a beautiful small wedding with a wonderful and touching ceremony delivered by marriage commissioner, Brian Naper. We would highly recommend him to anyone looking for a marriage commissioner. His ceremony almost brought me to tears. It was truly beautiful. Of course, it could also have been from the looks of pure love shared between Monica and Theresa. Sometimes, you just know that two people are truly meant to be together and that can definitely be said for this couple. They were a joy to photograph because their love came shining through in each and every photo.
Theresa's bouquet was this amazing mix of blues and purples. It was so pretty. Because of the chilly weather, she also wore a faux fur around her shoulders. It made her look so elegant. She almost looked like a bride right out of a 50's bridal magazine. We walked from the ceremony site over to Lois Hole Provincial park and used the outlook and the wooden footbridge for some stunning shots of Monica and Theresa.
Although we were not hired to photograph their entire day, as this was a gift from their amazing cousin, Carrie and her family, we did offer to go to their reception dinner to photograph the cutting of the cake. The cake was also a gift from another family member and was so pretty.
Thank you, Monica and Theresa for allowing us the honour of photographing your beautiful wedding day. And, thank you, Carrie for contacting us and then hiring us to photograph their special day.