How do you find words to describe a couple that is so endearing? Bob and Sherri are two of the most genuine, caring, heartfelt people I’ve ever met. Not only do they have the most beautiful hearts for each other, but for everyone (animal or human) they meet. They welcome you into their family, which at this rate will never stop growing. When I first arrived at their cozy home, I was met by a beautiful Italian lady. I thought she was the Grandmother of the bride but instead she turned out to be a lady who Sherri had met at hospital visits during the passing of a loved one. She is now an adopted Grandma and will forever be a part of their family. As the day went on, I continued to meet the flood of people who had also become part of their family, all with such beautiful stories of their own.
Family is not about blood, it’s about who’s willing to hold your hand when you need it most.
Thank you Bob and Sherri for welcoming me into your family and letting me capture your beautiful day. Thank you for being the love this world needs more of. I love the place in your heart for all things old, celtic, and historical – and most of all, the donkey haven you have created on your farm. Biggest congratulations!
What else?? I even got to meet a ‘professional’ flower girl – who got to give Princess Kate flowers upon her arrival to Canada last year. ;)
Wedding: Sherwood Park and Camrose
Wedding Dress: Elite Bridal, Lacombe
Shoes: John Fluevog Shoes, Edmonton
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