It was anything but a traditional Indian wedding, but this wedding at Patterson’s Creek in the Glebe was so immensely beautiful. Only the bride’s nearest and dearest were in attendance, making it a lovely and intimate wedding.
The ceremony took place on a cloudy Saturday morning. Everyone crossing their fingers and toes that the rain would hold off!
The bride waited in a nearby car for the ceremony to begin. And this sweet flower girl was ready to go in her red wagon.
With the groom’s back turned, the bride stepped out of the car and started making her way over to the ceremony site.
Like, can we talk about how beautiful this location is?!
The bride and groom had many friends in Tanzania who couldn’t be there to witness the ceremony, so this guest held her phone while streaming through Facebook Live for all to see. The officiant, a friend of the couple’s, gave the people in Tanzania a little shout out!
And as luck would have it, the sun came out as the ceremony was ending!
After some family photos, the bride and groom walked around the park together.
Can we talk about this gorgeous sari? It was the groom’s mothers. What a beautiful way to honour her.
Our day ended at The Pomeroy House, where the bride and groom joined their families for lunch in celebration of their marriage. What a perfect day!
Congratulations to the beautiful bride and groom!