Redwoods Golf Course Wedding, Langley - Allana + Graeme

There’s this song, you probably know it, it goes like “you are the best thing, ever happened to me”, I feel like that line is really accurate for Allana and Graeme and their love for one another. Allana and Graeme celebrated this love for one another in late August surrounded by so many of their amazing friends and family. The weather held off long enough for their ceremony, and formal portraits; it was only once we were all dancing the night away that we heard the rain pouring down (how lucky is that)!

Redwoods Golf Course is located in Langley BC, has this amazing outdoor ceremony site (which is only a few years old), and a great big white tent for guests to dine under, it’s so convenient having everything all on site and so close together. They also make some KILLER dinners, seriously, our hats are off to the chefs at Redwoods. Allana and Graeme read their vows out on this amazing ceremony site under a wooden arch covered in so many flowers and greenery, with their 10 person wedding party standing happily beside them, their parents and family lining the front row of seats, who I swear didn’t stop smiling because they were just SO damn proud of these two, and I more than once had to wipe tears away from behind my lens.

The evening was filled with so many beautiful stories of Allana + Graemes childhood, their relationship, how happy they were for them, words of advice and so many hugs and tears. These two are so loved and cherished by so many amazing humans, it really just makes our hearts burst with happiness when we hear these kind of stories and kind words shared about our couples. I think one of the top highlights of the day (besides the whole, I do magoo thing), was during the bride and grooms speech, they seriously had every single person under that beautiful open concept tent, laughing so hard. We really had no idea this was coming from these two, and when I looked over at Morgan shooting across the room from me, we both wore the biggest grins on our faces.