Here are some more pictures from Deanna and Colin’s Medieval wedding in December!
Deanna and Colin had the most unique wedding that I have ever been to ever, in Princeton, BC. I drove nine and a half hours to photograph their wedding in the cold, cold, winter weather, but it was worth it, and I would do it all over again in a heart beat.
Their wedding was small and intimate and everyone was dressed in medieval garbs. Deanna looked radiant and her bridesmaids and groomsmen, and especially her husband, had perfect outfits, too.
Despite the near -30oC temperatures, everyone was happy to put up with my instructions to trudge through the snow and climb into a castle for pictures that are like no others. The cold was so worth bearing! Even though there was a change in plans and the ceremony was held inside, every single guest endured the cold so we could renenact the ceremony outside with flags, swords, and torches!
We enjoyed a medieval feast from wooden bowls with wooden spoons and on bread plates.
Deanna and Colin’s guests were the friendliest I have ever met. I recieved more hugs and heartfelt thanks than I believe I ever have in the past, and that means a lot to me =) Thank you for choosing me as your photographer!
The reviews that have been left on my Facebook Fan Page from groomsmen, Kevin and Joey, are truly appreciated. Thanks guys =)
And thanks Mike for being my second and ensuring that we got every shot we needed!! =)