Last year I was asked by my best friend’s Dad to photograph his wedding in Saskatoon. How awesome is that! So many fun (and sometimes crazy) memories of hanging out with Becks when I was growing up that I was excited to be a part of this new happy event.
This wedding was a bit different than today’s ‘usual’ as it took place as a part of the Sunday morning worship service. Anita is one the pastors at Nutana Park Mennonite Church. It was a full house and that made the singing even better. I grew up around four-part harmony hymn singing and it was truly wonderful to be surrounded by it when I was photographing.
The lunch reception was held at the Western Development Museum. There was music by some of the grandkids and the “Saskatune Singers”.
There was a “memory gift” for the couple that everyone signed.
After the reception, we had the opportunity to create some portrait in the “1910 Boomtown” exhibit.
Happy First Anniversary!
©Imaging by Marlis