The day was a warm 25 degrees Celcius. There was a light breeze blowing through the city as we made our way to the Delta Inn Suites downtown. It was Judy and Alex’s special day. Fox spent the morning with the boys as I hung out with the girls in their room.

Judy and the girls were busy running around getting prepped for the morning. We met up with a long time vendor of ours Anita Lee. She was the hair stylist for the day. Edmund was busy doing the makeup for the girls and doing a fabulous job at that!

The theme for today, relax and just enjoy the day with family and friends. Gracing the girls was a light green dress with a ivory sash tied up into a neat little bow by Edmund! Fab job!

The flowers were ivory and various shades of green… the morning was perfect. Judy presented her bridal mates with pendants and a clutch for the Matron of Honor Annie!

The boys were all revved up to cheer on their best buddy Alex and really… Alex couldn’t have asked for a better set of mates!

After a suspenseful first look moment, we were on our way off to the new convention center for some portraits I think Alex was a bit nervous… what do you think?

But before running off to take photos at the new convention center… we decided to make use of this little gem!

The portraits at the new convention center was fun! It was the first time there for me and I found out that Dan, the best man was responsible for the construction of the facility! COOL! I was also fortunate enough to get a parking ticket… 15 minutes late getting back to the car… hilarity. Thanks Alex for offering to handle that ticket for me!

Predicating the civil ceremony was a Chinese Tea Ceremony honouring the generations before for their contribution to the couple’s lives. Exchanges of lucky money pockets as well as jewelry as a symbol of love and happiness really helped show how blessed Alex and Judy really are.

The ceremony was in the garden of the Westwood Plateau. As violin music floated through the air, the bridal party and couple made their way down the aisle.

The evening events were held in the Panorama room at the venue. Seating approximately 240 guests the venue was intimate without being crowded. The decorations were done by A Sweet Beginning.

Bruce from Cloud Nine Creative ran the show for the videography department and presented a Same Day Edit presentation of their work.

Overall, the day was fabulous, Alex and Judy couldn’t have been happier and we were there to share it with them! Congratulations!!!!!!!

Here’s the slideshow video feed!