Posts with tag: "White City Wedding"
Sunday, June 12, 2016
By Jessica Lena Photography
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What's better than spending May long helping your friends celebrate their marriage? Not a whole heck of a lot, especially when those friends are Matt and Linda. These two had such a wonderful day. This is a perfect example of how “keeping it simple” will ensure you have a stress-free and gorgeous wedding day.

In the early afternoon, siblings and parents watched the happy couple exchange vows among the blooming gardens of the Regina Floral Conservatory. Following the delightful ceremony, we visited the Broken Rack for a pint and a “friendly” game of Foosball. After Linda won (or was it Matt who won?) we ventured over to the Mackenzie Art Gallery where we spent the better part of the afternoon chatting, laughing, and taking some gorgeous formal photos. Our last stop before the reception was the White Butte Trails, where Linda and Matt had their first date over 5 years ago!

The intimate reception was held at the White City Hall where family and friends were entertained by a short program from MCs, Tyler and Steve- who had the guests battle in the “Hunger Games” to earn their place at the buffet line. After the supper, guests played board games, laughed, danced, and had a great time celebrating the love of two fantastic people. In addition to being awesome friends and clients, I must also award them 1000 points for their Totoro cake topper! If you are a Miyazaki fan too, I'm sure you will feel just as tickled by their nod to the amazing Director/Animator as I was.

Congratulations Linda and Matt. We wish you all the happiness in the world :)

 
Thursday, October 10, 2013
By Jessica Lena Photography
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This August I joined Alannah and Jared at the Holy Child Parish in Regina to photograph their very happy wedding day. Alannah and Jared had a traditional Catholic wedding. Their day was extra special because a close family friend was able to perform the ceremony for them. Alannah really wanted me to capture a kiss behind the altar. Although I had not previously attempted this, I agreed to do it and I am glad I did! I can see why this is a popular trend. Seeing the guests reaction to the kiss is awesome.

After the ceremony we went to White City to take formal photos in their friend's gorgeous backyard garden. We only had an hour and a half to get family and formal photos done, but that didn't stop us from getting a lot of beautiful images. After the formal photos we returned to the Holy Child Parish Hall for the wedding reception. Congratulations Alannah and Jared. I hope you had as much fun as I did.