When you’re planning a winter wedding in Edmonton, one thing you have to prepare for is unpredictable weather. Usually that means snow or extremely cold temperatures but you normally don’t have to worry about mud, rain, and lack of snow at the end of February. That ended up being the case on Chris & Jeremiah’s wedding day as they committed their love to one another in front of friends and family at the Muttart Conservatory.
The day started with Chris & Jeremiah getting ready at the Matrix Hotel in downtown Edmonton. Both guys looked awesome in their suits and accessories from Derks Menswear. Chris & Jeremiah also opted for some really nice his & his gold bands from Ben Moss Jewellers. Once the guys were ready, we headed out to the University of Alberta to do some of their formal photographs before meeting up with family for a pre-wedding dinner at Mercer Tavern.
After dinner it was time for the main event at the Muttart. Tammy Banting from Meaningful Ceremonies officiated their ceremony which concluded with Chris & Jeremiah sealing a wine time capsule which contained love letters to each other. The time capsule is meant to be opened on their 10th Anniversary but if at anytime during their marriage they run into a rough patch, the capsule can be opened and they can read their love letters while they enjoy a nice bottle of wine.
After the ceremony it was time for Chris & Jeremiah to celebrate the night away with their close friends and family. Entertainment was provided by Baseline and A Capella Catering provided appetizers and refreshments for the guests. Here is a look back at some of the hilites from their wedding day. Thanks to Lauren Hucal and Jill Coursen for being my second shooters while Sarah was away dealing with a family issue.