The 2020 wedding season in Edmonton and around the world has definitely provided its fair share of challenges and obstacles to couples looking to tie the knot in the middle of a global pandemic. For many couples, Covid-19 caused many couples to postpone or significantly alter their original wedding plans in order to comply with the ever-changing health regulations handed down by the government.
That was the case for Alissa & Andrew who had originally planned to get married back in June but ended up postponing their wedding until the end of September and reduced the number of guests that they were able to invite to their reception. Despite the challenges and setbacks, they couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful day for their fall wedding in Edmonton to tie the knot. Their ceremony was held in Sherwood Park at Bethel Lutheran Church and afterward, we headed to a nearby park for family photos. The timing for outdoor photos could not have been better as the leaves had fully changed and were thankfully still attached to the trees.
After family photos, we headed down into Mill Creek Ravine for photos with the wedding party. Alissa & Andrew really wanted to get a few photos near some of the upgraded footbridges that have been installed throughout the ravine in the past couple of years so we found a great spot that was also not too far of a drive from their reception location in Beaumont. After a few hours of bridal formals, we made our way out to Beaumont for their wedding reception at the Coloniale Golf Club.
Thanks again for inviting us to capture your day and for giving us the opportunity to work alongside some other great vendors who helped make your vision a reality. Also thanks to Lyndsay from Minted Photography for being my second shooter. Enjoy this sneak peek from Alissa & Andrew’s fall wedding in Edmonton.