Wondering about how to plan your micro wedding, or how to downsize your guest list? Or maybe you’re just curious how other couples have dealt with recent restrictions? We’re happy to be featuring 5 real “Covid” weddings from 2020 with local couples sharing all about their experiences getting married during a pandemic and local vendors sharing awesome advice when it comes to planning your own wedding!
This Couple Ended up Loving Their Downsized Wedding at Fairmont Lake Louise
Lia and Richard downsized their 200 person Calgary wedding to a more intimate affair at Fairmont Lake Louise, and ended up loving it! We chatted with them and their photographer, Nicole Field, about the wedding day, and what their planning experience was like!
This Couple Decided To Split Up Their Celebrations with A Double-Header Wedding at Venue 308
Vendors: Photography: Sue Moodie // Florals – Pine for Cedar // Catering: Food Works Craft Catering // Hair: Jessie Liao // Makeup: Bellamore Beauty // Venue: Venue 308 // Suit: Ed Williams // Dress: Pearl & Dot, Theia Couture // Officiant: Vows By Judy // Bridesmaids Dresses: Birdy Grey
A creative solution to Covid wedding restrictions meant not one, but two wedding receptions for this Calgary couple! Lauren & Braden decided that splitting their reception into a double header was the best way to be able to celebrate their wedding with both friends and family. We asked them, along with their photographer, Sue Moodie, about their wedding planning experience and here’s what they had to say!
A Little Bit of Rain and Covid Restrictions weren’t about to Slow This Couple Down!
Vendors: Day of Coordination: Opal and Oak Occasions // Photographer: Jalisse Photography // Florals: Catherina Loves Petals // Dress: Blush & Raven // Cake Topper: Hang on Bridal Hanger // Jean Jacket Personalization: Crafty Bitch YYC // Music: The District DJ
This Calgary wedding is packed with personal details and covid wedding inspiration, like the bride’s hand-lettered jean jacket and the couple’s customized “wifey” and “hubby” face masks, to name a few. Despite a myriad of Covid restrictions and the threat of rain, Kait and Cameron were nothing but smiles; we asked the couple and their planners, Opal and Oak Occasions, all about their day and advice on how to plan your own wedding!
This Minimalist Micro-Wedding features a DIY Bouquet Made by the Bride Herself
Vendors: Photography: Katelyn Anne Photography // Venue: cSPACE King Edward // Florals: Bride + family did them! Dress: Park and Fifth // Hair: Leah Williams // Groom Suit: Indochino // Desert: Village Ice Cream // Catering: Goatcuterie + Avatara Pizza
We adore seeing couples crazy-in-love and showcasing their own unique style – especially when the bride’s hidden talent includes making her own modern bouquet for this minimalist micro-wedding! We asked Montana and Kyle and their photographer, Katelyn Anne all about their day and what made it so special!
With Nearly Every Detail Changed, This Intimate Wild Flower Saskatchewan Wedding Included Only 10 Guests!
If you can’t bear the thought of waiting another year or even another minute to marry the love of your life, planning a micro-wedding this year might just be the perfect option for you! Photographer Amy Creech captured every wild flower filled detail of this intimate micro-wedding experience in Moose Jaw, Saskachewan, and shared with us about Callie & Brett’s special day!