This afternoon we are looking at wedding venues, specifically those in London. Now choosing your...
What an exciting night last night was. If you are in England then you will know I’m talking about the football! Even I watched it, what a result! I will certainly be watching the final on Sunday and cheering our boys on! So moving on with today’s wedding and this is the story of yet another couple who had to change their original wedding plans because of Covid. Jenna and Mary were married on 19th September 2020 in Ellicottville, a village in Western New York. Even though they had to downscale their original plans, reduce their guest count and change their venue, they did manage to keep their original wedding date. These two lovely brides held an outdoor ceremony and then a rustic loving, flower filled reception. So much fun, so many special moments and so much love! Big thanks to Anomaly Photography & Design for capturing the day and to EVL Events for the lovely submission.
Mary and Jenna have been planning their big day since April 2019. Like many other COVID-19 couples, their planning drastically changed the Summer of 2020. A once planned gorgeous ski lodge wedding with a chair lift ride to the top of the hill for the ceremony turned into a beautiful intimate backyard wedding.
With every curveball that was thrown their way, they decided, no matter what, they were going to marry each other on the original date they picked!
Still, with the scenic views, Mary and Jenna got more than they could have asked for in their wedding day, celebrating with their utmost closest friends and family.