Wedding Day

Covid wedding. Yes, we were one of couples who got married during a pandemic. We got married on September 20, 2020. It was fortunate that the weather that day was nice and sunny. A little chilly but it was a nice day.

I thought it was as hard planning our wedding because we had no idea if we can get through with it or if we were even going to have a reception after or a year after. We almost booked another venue because our original venue was closed. At the last moment, they e-mailed us asking if we would like to still have our reception on our original day. Aside from the ceremony and reception, we had to wait for the governments restrictions for each regions in Ontario. In short, everything worked out well!

My parents and I spent the night at the hotel where we all got ready and photographed. It was very special to me to be spending the time with them alone before I got married. How I miss them so much. Here are some of my favourite pictures with my parents at the hotel.

We were only allowed our immediate families inside the chapel and 50 guests at the reception. I must say that it went really well and all the rental decorations was surprisingly so nice!

During our photoshoot in the park after the ceremony, we had to do our bouquet and garter toss since we weren’t allowed to have any programs during the receptions because of covid. Even though we didn’t have programs at the reception, we were glad our families, friends and relatives had a great time.

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Wedding details:
My dress, overskirt and tiara was from Best for Brides by Morilee. Wedding shoes by Badgley Mischka (I actually bought them on Amazon. See here) and earrings from Swarovski. The veil was actually borrowed from my friend who got married in July 2020.
JB’s suit and tuxedo shirt from Moores Clothing and bowtie by Calvin Klein. Shoes from Steve Madden.
Our rings are from Spence and invitation cards from a Canadian store on Etsy. Support local!
Lastly, our pictures and videos are by the talented The Light Box.

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