This day was ALL about family and togetherness and getting all of the details just right. McKenna’s mom and dad played a big role in helping the wedding come together, and we can all agree that everyone’s input and effort made this wedding a stunner.
When McKenna donned her gown and her veil all I could see was a young Queen Elizabeth. A couple of the guests said the same so I wasn’t alone!
The ceremony was small and intimate and all about those closest to the couple. Tucked into a hidden park in downtown Edmonton, Dick Mather’s Memorial Park Gazebo gave the couple the intimate ceremony they craved.
We searched for fall colours for McKenna. She really wanted those beautiful colours. With a bit of luck we found the perfect tree – couldn’t have asked for better.
Their reception was small as well, held at the Lake Summerside clubhouse. The decor was to DIE for – the flowers and tea cups and string lights, and all of the those gorgeous details that made this room look so very stunning.
Towards the end of the night we were graced with the most amazing sunset. We hustled McKenna and Michael outside for a few shots in the unreal light.
Congrats you two! Wishing you all the best in the world.