Tri-Cities Quarantine Wedding / Emma & Martin / Jordan Edens Photography

A month after their original wedding date, Emma and Martin celebrated their wedding day! A little different than the original plan, but friends and family came together to create a beautiful drive in wedding. (“Hey grand-kids, did I ever tell you about the time your grandpa and I got married in a pandemic!?”) So, how did they celebrate?! With social distancing and a family only drive in ceremony! That’s right, they stayed six feet apart the whole time… just kidding they stayed nice and cozy and the rest of us stayed six feet apart!¬†They had a beautiful spring day, they finally got to wear their wedding dress and suit. We did a quick session of bride and groom photos, followed by a ceremony with Emma’s nieces and nephew walking down the aisle as flower girls and ring bearer, then Emma and Martin walked down the aisle hand in hand for their wedding ceremony. We took time for a few distanced family photos and then the whole group celebrated with a cake cutting and cup cakes!






wedding & lifestyle photography
by jordan edens photography

LIFESTYLE: A photographer for the sweet moments, memories, and milestones that make up your life! Share the story of your bump, your baby, your senior, your growing family with a lifestyle session. Tri-Cities Family Photographer. Serving Richland, Kennewick, and Pasco with Family photography.

 WEDDING: A photographer for the timeless, romantic, and intentional couple. Specializing in Bride and Groom portraits alongside of the full wedding day story. Washington State, Tri-Cities, Walla Walla Walla, and Prosser Wedding Photography.

Jordan Edens Photography is a Washington State Wedding photographer based out of Richland, and Kennewick; serving the Tri-Cities, Washington and surrounding area with wedding and lifestyle photography. Travel and destination photography for weddings is also available.

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