Chilliwack Wedding Photographer │ Herman & Agatha

Last Friday this ridiculously sweet couple got married before God in front of their family and friends. We had such an amazing day! I got to meet them originally during their snowy engagement session and we had such a great time!
We began the day at Herman’s house, where Agatha got ready surrounded by her mom, mother-in-law, sisters and closest friends. Herman had left to go pick up the vehicle, so she could get ready without him seeing 🙂 Their timing was impeccable, and Agatha was ready to meet her man as soon as he showed up. Those moments when a groom sees his bride for the first time is just the best. The love these two have for eachother just radiates!!!
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The family took the time to relax for a bit, have a coffee, and skype with Agatha’s sister, Maria, who was unwell, and could not make it to the wedding. They actually took a laptop with the whole day so Maria could feel like she was taking part with them! So special. After coffee we went outside for family portraits, and some shots of the bridal party. We were nervous about the weather, because the forecast said it was supposed to start raining soon after lunch. So I was happy to get some shots while the weather was cooperating 🙂
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Herman owns this AWESOME Airedale Terrier named Austin, who will be moving in with them, so we had to get some photos with him! And of course the horses 🙂 Following family photos, the family treated everyone to lunch at the Best Western in their gorgeous courtyard restaurant! The whole day was so relaxed and so centered around family… Just fabulous.
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Well, turns out the meterologist was spot on. The rain, or should i say DELUGE, began in earnest during lunch and didn’t give us a break during photos. We had planned to go to bridal falls, but it was just raining too hard, so we took refuge under a bridge close by. We had a great time, although the poor girls were FROZEN!!
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Off to church they went to make it official! We’re not allowed to photograph during the service, so we went to the reception hall to get the detail shots. I loved their simple, unique decor incorporating twigs, nests, birds eggs, and wrought iron bird cages! The reception was a celebration of two people that fell in love and committed the rest of their lives together. Thank you both so much for asking me and Rachel to be a part of your day!
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  • So beautiful! I love the color she chose. You did an amazing job!!!ReplyCancel

  • What a beautiful wedding! Well done!ReplyCancel

  • These are absolutely gorgeous! Love the portraits under the bridge. Really beautiful work 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Beautiful! (and what a fun dress)!!ReplyCancel

  • Rita

    Gorgeous pictures!ReplyCancel

  • This is FUN! Great great imagery and amazingly awesome dress. Love the twist on the classic white!ReplyCancel

  • Gorgeous dress color! I love brides who step outside of white.ReplyCancel

  • Wow, her dress is gorgeous! I’m a sucker for dog’s in a bridal portrait. What a beautiful wedding and the Skype-ING with the sister, fabulous!ReplyCancel

  • Looked like a fun wedding! Loved her dress, loved how the sister was still able to feel like a part of the wedding and I loved how so many woman in the church wore hats, wow! Great job capturing everything about the wedding!ReplyCancel

  • Emily W

    The picture with Maria in it is the best!!!! 🙂 She was so excited about it the day before when I was with her. 🙂
    Congratulations, it was a beautiful day!!!ReplyCancel

  • Really nice shoot, I love how sharp and saturated all of your photos are, such a nice break from the “pastel and overexposed” look that seems to be the current craze. I especially like the photos under the bridge, what a great idea, even if not what you had planned they came out wonderfully!ReplyCancel

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