The newly-blended family took a creative shadow portrait at a park in nearby Hasselt.
When Inge and Christophe decided to get married, they knew they were doing more than becoming a couple. They were blending two families together, as they both have children from previous marriages. Despite the challenges that the pandemic presented, this couple decided to plan a quiet, personal wedding in Sint-Truiden, Brussels.
The bride’s mother retrieves the wedding dress in order to deliver it to Inge.
The bride’s family looks on with love in order to make sure that her wedding dress fits just right.
The groom wonders how to put his tie on correctly as he gets ready for the ceremony.
The groom waits with excitement and anticipation as the bride approaches for the first look. Inge’s mother looks on during this beautiful moment.
Belgian COVID wedding picture from City Hall of Sint-Truiden of the bride and groom Wearing masks upon their arrival
Wearing masks upon their arrival, the bride and groom walk into the City Hall of Sint-Truiden building for their ceremony.
City Hall Wedding Picture from a Civil Ceremony in Brussels, Belgium of the couple laughing as she puts wedding ring on
Inge and Christophe laugh as she tries to put his wedding ring on his finger. On this hot day, the groom’s finger had swelled.
The wedding guests put their face masks on in order to enjoy the wedding ceremony amid the pandemic.
A COVID Wedding Photo at Belgium City Hall of Sint-Truiden of the couple with family members and guests tossing rice
Upon leaving City Hall, family members and guests toss rice at the newly-married couple.