I really looked forward to this wedding for many reasons from the obvious of watching my friends get married to the fact that I got to see some of our mutual friends at their wedding. I started off in the morning where Klia was getting ready and Kevin was with Nick. On my end, Klia’s house was filled with family and friends rolling in the doors every minute. This totally reminded me of my old hood where most of my neighbourhood was Greek. When a celebration was happening , the whole street was jammed up with cars and you could hear the celebrations from a mile away.
Glancing at Kev’s pics of Nick getting ready, it was pretty awesome to see that Nick had a traditional groom shave in the morning. Speaking of Greek traditions, there was many throughout the day that I totally enjoyed capturing - from the pig dance to the bread breaking. If only they did the smashing of the plates… that would have been awesome…haha.
Before we get into their post, I want to thank my friend Kevin for all his hard work in shooting this wedding with me. I also wanted to acknowledge Klia’s uncle who’s a retired wedding videographer that graciously decided to pick back up his gear and capture their day. That’s hard work and love.
I want to sincerely thank my friends Klia and Nick for having me capture their amazing day and also for making it so easy for me as you basically told me the date and to show up. I appreciate the trust. As we’re editing our brains off, here are a few pics from you awesome day.