Candace and Chris were a pure delight. They made my job so easy because of the way that their faces light up when they look at each other. They wholeheartedly enjoyed themselves and that came through in their video. Not to mention, they have the cutest little one year old daughter!
Candace told me ahead of time that the moment their daughter walked down the aisle to Chris was really important for her to have on video. Since her daughter walked down the aisle before Candace did, she would be relying on the video to be able to witness that moment. Time stood still as Chris’ whole world came walking towards him. First, his daughter, and then his beautiful bride.
With restrictions due to Covid, there was a very limited amount of people able to be in the chapel for the wedding ceremony. The family and friends that were not able to physically witness the couple’s “I do’s” will be able to watch their video. More guests were able to be at the reception since it was held in an open event tent. I teared up when Chris and their daughter joined Candace and her dad for the father daughter dance. The Scugog Shores Museum’s grounds and buildings provided the perfect backdrop for this love story.
Congratulations Candace and Chris!
Venue: Scugog Shores Museum
Caterer: Kiss The Cook Catering
Dress: Bliss Bridal Boutique
Suits/Tuxes: RW Co
Photographer: Phot-O-Holic Weddings
Wedding Rings: Jacob Mercari
Flowers: Flowers by Veronika
Hair and Makeup: @bombshellbeautykp
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