An underwater ceremony wasn't on the agenda for a Calgary couple's wedding this weekend, and rising flood waters nearly drowned their carefully planned big day.
But when high water came it brought Amber Adams and Eric Hepler determination, they told the Canadian Press and the wedding day had to go on.
The trouble began on Friday morning when guests, some travelling, began to hear the reports of flooding downtown as the Bow River overflowed. Then, the hotel where her guests had booked rooms lost power, the Canadian Press reported.
She called every hotel she could find until one agreed to host her guests. The band, which included the groom's brother, managed to drive from nearby Banff on the wet highway. It took them 12 hours, according to the story.
But the venue didn't flood and most of the wedding guests made it. In the end, Adams said she didn't care about all the details she had plannedRead More »from Floods dampen Calgary couple’s wedding plans but love wins out in the end