Week of COVID Shutdown Wedding
Everything that was planned began crashing down, day by day limitations arose, venues cancelled, attendance was limited and the beautiful wedding that had been envisioned, planned and paid for seemed to start to disappear. Amidst the beginning days of the shutdown, an earthquake and uncertain chaos that hit grocery stores, love prevailed and despite everything else, a beautiful wedding emerged. Surrounded by close family, Hannah and Ian were married on March 19, 2020. Her wedding colors were white, blue and a touch of gold. She wanted a very classic and timeless look and feel. Her bouquet was built of white hydrangeas, white ranunculus, olive leaf, privot berry, diamond eucalyptus, million star and all wrapped up in a blue ribbon. The week of their wedding is historical, and they gracefully and calmly sailed through the storm while changing plans day by day. The day turned out beautiful, the weather cooperated, and they were able to have their first dance in the kitchen. Not what every bride dreams of, but this bride couldn’t stop glowing. This couple is a beacon of light during this crazy time
and they made their wedding day as special and memorable as possible.
Photography: Amber Wood Photography @weddingsbyamber
Dress: Latter Day Bride @latterdaybride
Bride: Hannah Beal @hannahbealphoto
Publication: Rocky Mountain Bride @rockymtnbride