Beautiful Backyard Wedding With Carole and Martin
Last Saturday, David and I got to photograph our first wedding since the shut down from Covid-19. We headed off to Carole and Martin's home for their intimate backyard wedding. Next July, David and I have the honour of photographing their wedding again, but this time, the wedding they had planned originally. Carole and Martin's yard was absolutely beautiful and looking amazing set up for their wedding.
Underneath the gazebo and Edison bulbs, Carole and Martin said their own vows to each other along with a little good luck rain. When it came time for photos after the ceremony, the rain let up and it was an absolutely beautiful afternoon.
Carole's daughter had some great Covid-19 masks and a great idea for a photo including the use of Lysol spray. It as so much fun. We truly enjoyed the group of guests that were able to attend their wedding in person this time around. For those that weren't able to, they used Zoom to allow them to view the festivities on an iPad.
Thank you so much, Carole and Martin for allowing us the privilege of capturing this special day for you.
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