Jackie and Mario’s Wedding | Chilliwack Wedding Photography

January 09, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

What a day, what a DAY!! A good old fashioned, west coast wind and rain storm decided to show up to celebrate Jackie and Mario’s day! From windstorms threatening to blow away wedding tents, to pouring, driving rain the weather was NOT going to cooperate. No matter… this was a day to be enjoyed, a day to glorify God and honor Him in this beautiful beginning. The guests came with smiles and laughter and umbrellas. Fluevogs were flaunted, coffee was enjoyed, clown noses worn! Family and friends worked so hard to make sure the food and the details were perfect. I have never seen an old barn look so beautiful!! And the food….wow! Home cooked goodness!

Jackie and Mario were spectacular! Taking it all in stride, they made the most of a day that certainly did not go as planned. These few photos cannot capture the joy of this day. The encouragement and words of wisdom (and humor) they received from their friends and loved ones were so heartfelt and genuine. We could feel their community surrounding them with prayers and support. Amazing! 

Special thanks to Heddwyn and Walt of Corma farms for providing an amazing venue (all the work you put into the reception!!) and to Carmen Tse Makeup for the amazing hair and makeup.  

Never, ever have I been so grateful that we are not solely natural light photographers. We were able to use our lights and the rain to create some unique portraits for this lovely couple. Enjoy!

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Thanks so much for choosing us to photograph your wedding, Jackie and Mario. We loved spending the day with you and pray God’s blessings on your marriage as you serve Him here and around the world!

Want to see more photos from this wedding? Check out Jackie and Mario’s album on Facebook (Lorelei Photography)!!



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