Yyaaaayyyyy! I’m finally posting photos!
It’s been a while since I even got this blog up and I’ve only blogged once….Pitiful! But I’m now posting a LOT for this wedding. It took place a long time ago (I’m embarrassed to admit when it actually was)….but lo and behold! Here are the photos! Are you excited?
Nicole and Alejandro got married at Milner Chapel in langley, BC. Cutest little church! When she told me about it, I was immediately excited! And then I wasn’t excited when it snowed the day before the wedding….but then I was excited again when the snow sorta cleared during the night…
Anyhow, wedding was at Milner Chapel and the reception was at the Bedford House in Fort Langley. Both were awesome, small venues and the entire wedding did have that nice familial, close community feel…..it was perfect!
Nicole has a ton of awesome antique-ish furniture in her apartment which made me so happy, because I have this secret love for taking detail photos in the morning….it’s like the calm before the storm!
And I apologize for putting so many winky happy faces in my writing….that said, I’m adding a few more just for good measure….
The bride’s bouquet was the most beautiful and also the most HEAVY that I’ve ever held….crazy ridiculous!
Might I add that the texaco station in the following photos was my saving grace for the day….Nicole suggested it after the ceremony/family photos and it was right beside the chapel and it was already getting dark….so like I said: My SAVING GRACE…
At this point, there was absolutely NO natural light outside….it was completely dark when we got to fort langley (where we’d planned on doing ALL of the bridal party photos) ….so I tried to use this one tiny little light at the train station to my advantage! I actually really love the photo on the left, and the one on the right is tribute to the bench where Alejandro actually proposed to Nicole….FYI.
And here’s a random one from the rehearsal the day before…..makes me happy…
Thanks to Nicole and Alejandro for letting me be a part of your day! All the best to you in the future!