There’s So Much Love in this Sweet & Simple Backyard Corona Wedding
by Sara Haugland November 9
There’s so much love in this sweet and simple backyard corona wedding, we can practically feel it through our screens! Kendall and Reggie are one of the sweetest couple’s you’ll be able to find, and it warms our hearts that they were still about to have the day of their dreams, even though it was drastically different than they originally planned it to be. Cutting their 300 person guest list to 10 allowed them to have an intimate, backyard celebration lakeside, with their closets family present to share this special day with. The bright, punchy citrus colored florals from TR Floral radiate just as much love and cheerfulness as Kendall and Reggie do, while also being the perfect color palette for this warm and sunny day in Arlington! If you’re needing something to brighten up your day, this sweet and simple corona wedding is just the thing for you. Scroll to see all of the adorable photos and to read the couple’s wedding planning story. Cheers to Mr. and Mrs. Cannon!
Photo // H&N Photography
From the bride: “When the coronavirus outbreak came, we were starting to get worried about our plans falling through. Our venue let us know they would not be allowing full occupancy for a long while, and with Reggie being a professional athlete, this left us a small window of wiggle room. We then started praying about it, and really felt the Lord telling us this was our time. We then sat down and picked out a new wedding date, April 18th! I ordered a white dress from online and Reggie pulled together an outfit from his closet, and we were just so excited to finally come together as one. Our small, intimate wedding was an absolute dream. We got married in a family member’s backyard, has less than 10 people there, and my sister played music on her guitar. My dad is an ordained pastor, and he married us. It was honestly so sweet and stress free. I got to marry the man of my dreams and it didn’t matter if I had to do my own hair, my own makeup, what dress I wore, any of that. I saw this experience as a blessing in disguise because it really humbled me, and the Lord showed me that the most important thing was the covenant between my husband and I, which I wish I would have focused more on from the beginning.”
Planning a covid wedding yourself? Check out our full #coronawedding resource guide here. Happy planning!