This was the longest wedding I've been a part of to date!

This was the longest wedding I've ever photographed...

483 days; that's the difference in days between when Caleb and Tracy said "I do" to one another, and when they got to dance with each other, their loved ones and their friends after dinner. Those 483 weren’t easy.

We rescheduled the reception three times - back and forth between who was allowed to come, the capacity levels, what we were able to do, and well the opportunity to bring family and friends together to celebrate. But finally, restrictions loosened up, we got to eat, laugh, and dance the night away.

I met Caleb and Tracy a few years ago – we go to the same church and let me say, the amount of laughs we've had over the years have been amazing. When they messaged me to photograph their wedding, I knew we were going to have a day filled with love, laughter and surprises!

Tracy wore a beautiful dress (with the most breathtaking back) and Caleb looked as dashing as he always did, and although it was cold and windy we still managed to stay warm with blankets and lots of cozy bundled up walks.

Their day was a day filled with so much joy and love, and I couldn't be more than overjoyed with the time we spent together. Not only did I spend time with some old friends of mine, but I got to make new friends throughout the day (and see others I haven't seen in a while due to COVID).

Tracy and Caleb, I can’t express how honoured I am that you chose me to capture such a special moment in your lives together. Getting to be part of this wedding will always be a memory I treasure.

P.S. a huge shoutout to Tracy and Caleb for teaching me how to dance, and for dancing with me! 💃🏽🕺🏻


DressAvenue 22 Bridal

Suit – Moores Clothing

Hair and MakeupSet Sail Bridal