lot arch up to Lee and Lisa’s marriage day- not just because they were affianced for years, but aswell the action architecture up in the months above-mentioned to the day (seeing all the facebook updates by Lisa and Lee about their marriage added to the anticipation). I apperceive that Mark and I weren’t the alone ones who acquainted this way- their dresses were aswell cool aflame for them, authoritative helpmate and benedict basic time even added fun! Lisa and the gals got accessible at the airport at Absolute Spa and in their Fairmont auberge room, while the guys did their affair at Lisa and Lee’s adjacent place. Make up was by Benita (yes, the bridesmaid extraordinaire from our endure blog post) : )
Lee wore his police uniform to the airport to meet Lisa for the first time in her wedding dress, and then later changed into his tux.
The whole wedding party came to see Lee and Lisa meet up for the first time on their wedding day. I think we all got a little lump in our throat when they hugged:
This is not a random photo shoot in the airport- this is the cross walk where Lee and Lisa first met and, can you believe it, where Lee later proposed to Lisa!
Beauty and the beast? These two photos were taken at exactly the same time-Lisa and I were waiting in the hallway, she was being so polite, innocent, and proper (and beautiful), while Lee quickly changed out of his police uniform and into (with the help of his guys) .. a bra? This is what happens when guys are let loose alone in a girls room! Lee, I’m sure you couldn’t stop them, right? : )
After Lee got his bra straightened out, we all drove out to Steveston for a photo bootcamp. We ended up having about 1/3 the amount of time for photo fun than was scheduled~ but really it was no problem, thanks to a very fun group that made it so enjoyable (and I like calling it a bootcamp anyway). Lisa and Lee were just as awesome to shoot on their wedding day as they were for their engagement session.
The ceremony was held in the late afternoon at the Minoru Chapel.
And after the ceremony we all headed over to the ultra cool UBC Boathouse for the reception.
Just in time for sunset!!
Wedding cake by PICA.
I can’t believe Mark didn’t get kicked while taking this shot-that’s a fisheye lens so he was pretty close!
Bye bye bouquet- Lisa has quite the throw!! Flowers by Bridal Beginnings.
Guess who caught the garter?
Congratulations Lisa and Lee, and thank you for having a blast with us!! Cheers to the wedding party as well- you seriously rocked the house!
And before we forget, Anna, it was wonderful working with you! Anna is a wedding coach from Fairy Godmother Weddings.