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Halifax Wedding at Martin’s Kitchen | Rima and Charlie’s Lebanese/Covid Wedding

July 16, 2020

 

Our first wedding during Covid, and what a blast it was!

There’s nothing like a Lebanese Wedding to make you forget you’re in a pandemic. There is so much energy, love, happiness, and just joyyyy and DANCING and noise and drums and excitement everywhere. Like, the whole day. It’s a beautiful experience, where the whole family just celebrates your unity without holding back. It’s an absolute wonder to witness.

Rima and Charlie make such a fantastic couple, and we are so proud and grateful to have been there for them. They are such a fun and chill couple, with a crazy wild family, haha! It was such an excellent mix. All of the candid documentary party style was so much fun, but we still had exactly what we needed come portrait time. We were so lucky, and found some really neat spots in downtown Halifax we hadn’t noticed before. Thanks new buildings! Rima loves photography, and was so into our creative ideas and both her and Charlie just so easily go with the flow. It’s so awesome when we get to photograph couples who appreciate art and love what we do. We even let Rima take the reins during portrait time to snap some pics of us! It was super cute and Kev and I got to be our weird and silly selves. 🙂

Without any further adieu, WITNESS THEMMMM!

 

VENDORS

Suit: Vogue Tailoring (Halifax)

Flowers: Southend Florist

DJ: Anthony Zibara

Drummers: Tony Nahas and Camille Yazbek

Hair & Make-up: Fred’s Salon

Ceremony: Our Lady of Lebanon Church

Officiant: Monsignor Pierre Azzi

Venue & Catering: Martin’s Kitchen

Cake: Everything Nice Custom Cakes

 

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