From the many comments that I heard on the wedding day, it seems like Greg & Lucille’s wedding day was a long time coming! In fact, if I can remember correctly, they had been together for 23 years before they got married last week at an intimate ceremony at the Spruce Grove United church surrounded by close friends and family. There seemed to have been a good bit of teasing that it took Greg so long to get married. 😉 The wedding was fun for me too since Greg is my second (maybe third) cousin and I got to see a side of the Dalton family that I hadn’t seen since I was about 2 feet tall.
After the ceremony, the wedding party and I headed off to nearby Stony Plain for their “formal” wedding photos. We first stopped at the little garden behind City Hall for the first round of pictures. It was a recent discovery while Sheri and I were cruising around town heading back from Jasper a couple weeks ago and it was just perfect for Greg & Lucille’s wedding photos. After a quick stop at McDonald’s for refreshments (it was a hot day!), we headed over to Rotary Park in Stony Plain for the last round of photos and this picture is one of my favourites from this location.
I love the look of a casual stroll (whilst fighting off mosquitos, no surprise there!) through the park and how the bride and groom are the only people in the world at this point in time. Congratulations Greg & Lucille! Here’s to another 23 years and so much more!
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