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A Woodsy Fall Wedding in Kelowna, British Columbia

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“Jeremy and I met while working together at Kelly O’Bryan’s Restaurant in Kelowna, while we were both studying at UBC-Okanagan,” Amanda explains. “Though it certainly wasn’t love at first sight, Jeremy proved to be incredibly patient and a great listener (while I am not so patient and more of a talker) — which makes for a good balance. It didn’t take long to determine that we both loved travelling and adventures – which was another great fit.”

Although they found themselves living in different countries on several occasions over the next six years, they always found their way back to each other.

In February 2013, Amanda went to visit her brother in Saskatchewan for the weekend. While she was away, Jeremy prepared for the engagement. “We were living in Victoria, B.C., across from picturesque Beacon Hill Park,” she says. “When I returned home, I found a bouquet of roses and a note (and a map) that informed me to meet Jeremy on the bridge at the park at 10am. After the lovely proposal, we took a walk together and went for brunch — it was the perfect morning!”

The two held their celebration at the lovely Hotel Eldorado in Kelowna, B.C., during Remembrance Day long weekend.

Woodsy accents, such as driftwood table numbers, filled Amanda and Jeremy’s reception space complemented by pretty hydrangea, rose and spider mum centrepieces. Even the elegant, ruffled wedding cake paid homage to the rustic west coast with wooden floral accents and pine cone accoutrements.

Amanda Provencal and Jeremy Kasinsky, November 10, 2013, Kelowna, British Columbia.

Photography courtesy of Tomasz Wagner Photography.

Ceremony and reception location: Hotel Eldorado
Bridal gown: The White Peony
Groom’s tux: Ted Baker
Cake: Sweet On You Cakes
Favours: Handmade blankets by Pat and Amanda Provencal
Stationery: DIY and Paper2
Music: DJ Kalani from Flyin’ Hawaiian
Hair and makeup: Melanie Feeny from Shimmer + Gloss
Flowers: Christina Jenion from Classic Creations Floral Design

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A Romantic Scottish Wedding in St. Andrews, Manitoba

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“After two years of continuous planning, our wedding day felt like a rush of calmness, mixed in with excitement,” explains Mikaela. “After a week of cold, dreary weather, the sun was out, and the beautiful fall colors were starting to peak through the summer green.”

Mikaela and Eric worked hard at developing vows that were very personalized and represented their Scottish heritage. “We included a Scottish hand-tying ceremony that used each of our families’ tartans,” explains Mikaela. “Eric also used his family’s Scottish sword in his boutonniere.”

The couple opted for a classic colour scheme of black, cream, and gold with soft pastel and pearl accents to complement the many personalized details within their day. “We had a memory table to honour my father, step-father and our grandparents,” Mikaela shares. “And we had favours that resembled our favourite treats.” The scrumptious dessert spread at this celebration was designed and baked by Mikaela’s good friend and bridesmaid, Katie.

Mikaela Robinson and Eric Brooks, September 21, 2013, St. Andrews, Manitoba.

Photography courtesy of blfStudios.

Ceremony location: Lower Fort Garry
Reception location: Rembrandt’s Bistro
Bridal gown: La Sposa Dalmacia from Bliss Bridal Boutique
Groom’s tux: EPH Apparel
Cake: Cake-ology
Cupcakes and cookies: Kat Dark – Katie’s Cakes
Flowers: Fache Floral Designs
Favours: Cake-ology and Etsy
Wedding planner: Divine Weddings & Events
Music: Crystal Sound
Stationary: Robin Egg Blue Design
Linens: Chair-ish Your Moments
Hair: Elan Hair Studio
Makeup: Super Model Factory
Officiant: Turning Points
Photos Studio: Aspire Studios
Limousine: Five Star Limousine

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A Romantic Summer Wedding in Jordan, Ontario

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Tara and Steve don’t have the stereotypical “love at first sight” story. They met through Tara’s sister, Kate, and quickly became friends. This friendship eventually turned into best-friendship, and then, eventually, they fell in love.

“Steve and I have the most beautiful two-and-a-half-year-old daughter, Viviana,” Tara shares. “She is our life. On September 29, 2012, he woke up early and got her dressed in a onesie he had had made that read ‘Mommy will you marry Daddy?’ and then they came in and woke me up.”

Tara says her wedding day was exactly what she wanted from start to finish, which was a non-traditional, informal celebration. “We wanted to throw a party, and have more of a huge outdoor summer bash feel, but classier. We enjoyed every second and had as much fun as our guests.”

Their theme was “rustic romance”. Since Tara’s favourite colour is pink, they chose a colour palette of light pink and beige — the perfect complement to their lush, green wine country setting.

Tara Flynn and Steven Sabadin, July 6, 2013, Jordan, Ontario.

Photography courtesy of Morgan Falk.

Ceremony location: St. Helen’s Roman Catholic Parish
Reception location: Honsberger Estate
Bridal gown: Marilee’s Bridal
Bridesmaids’ dresses: White by Vera Wang from David’s Bridal
Groom’s tux: Bud Gowan from Paula’s Elegant Bride
Caterer: Feastivities Events & Catering
Flowers: BBBlooms
Favours: Lindt chocolates and a donation to Out of the Cold
Music: DJ Sam Markho
Stationery: Wedding Paper Divas
Videographer: Garden City Media
Hair: Salon Sara Lina
Makeup: Christiane Lalonde

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A Sophisticated Wedding in Edmonton

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When Celina went out to a hockey game with Bernie one night, she had no idea the surprise that was awaiting her back at their house. When they got home, she opened the back door to let the dogs out, and saw “Will you marry me?” written out in candles and all of their closest friends and family standing in the backyard.

The two decide to share their big day in a big way — they had about 500 guests join them at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton, in what Celine describes as a modern romantic celebration.

Some of the couple’s favourite details of the day included the lovely floral chandelier that hovered above the head table, as well as their stunning draped backdrop. “Instead of clinking glasses to make us kiss, Bernie and I competed against our guests in mock Olympic games,” Celine explains. “We had a blast going head to head with our guests and even winning a game or two.”

Celina Shih and Bernie Chu, August 5, 2012, Edmonton, Alberta.

Photography courtesy of Blue Olive Photography.

Ceremony and reception location: Shaw Conference Centre
Bridal gown: Monique Lhullier from Kleinfeld Bridal
Bridesmaids’ dresses: Delica Bridal
Groom’s tux: Burberry from Holt Renfrew
Cake: Crave Cupcakes
Flowers: Fabloomosity
Favours: Flipbooks from Time Wise Event Management
Hair: Tiffany Sscantleburry (780-278-9797)
Makeup: Lydia Yapp (780-297-8811)

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An Elegant, Traditional Wedding in Vancouver

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Vanessa and Eric met through friends at a nightclub in Vancouver. Vanessa recalls that they were both dragged out that night, and neither of them were very pleased about it. Looking back, she’s grateful that they were forced out by their friends, because since that night the two have never left each others’ sides.

On August 27th, 2011 Eric took Vanessa up the Grouse Grind for the first time. “It was a long hour and a half till we got to the top and I was extremely unhappy that he made me do the hike,” explains Vanessa. “Once we finally arrived at the top Eric gave our camera to another gentleman to take a photo of us. As I was getting ready to pose, Eric got down on one knee and proposed. Little did I know that all of my friends and family were watching all of this from The Observatory, and once I said yes, they all started screaming congratulations! It was amazing that Eric and I could share that special moment with all of them. Later that night I asked Eric, ‘Why the Grouse Grind?’ and he said it is because no matter where we both are in Vancouver in the future we can look up and remember our special day.”

A year later, with 230 of their friends and family looking on, Vanessa and Eric were married at Saint Francis of Assisi Parish in Vancouver. The couple held an elegant reception at the Terminal City Club afterwards. Of all her carefully thought out wedding details, Vanessa says the flowers were her favourite accent. “They were stunning. They made the venue look soft and elegant,” she shares.

Vanessa Medeiros and Eric Wong, September 1, 2012, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Photography courtesy of Jasalyn Thorne Photographers.

Ceremony location: Saint Francis of Assisi Parish
Reception location: Terminal City Club
Bridal gown: Lisa’s Bridal
Bridesmaids’ dresses: Monique Lhuillier from Nordstrom
Groom’s tux: Vera Wang from Moores
Cake: Emily Upham from When Pigs Fly Pastries
Singer: Gio Levy
Flowers: Garden Party Flowers
Favours: imageCube
Stationery: True Events
Videographer: Desy Cheng from RF Weddings
Hair and makeup: Nadia Albanor

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A Rustic, Romantic Wedding in South Africa

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Matthew, a South African, and Brittney, a Canadian, met while they were both working on the Island Princess cruise ship in 2012. “I met him the very first night I had boarded the ship and Matthew had come and introduced himself to me,” explains Brittney. “We spent the whole night talking in the bar and once I was ready for bed, he offered to walk me back to my room, like a gentlemen, and he kissed my hand good night. I just couldn’t wait to see him again. I was crazy about him after just meeting him! I saw him the next day and every day after that and we completely fell in love and were crazy about one another!”

The theme for the couple’s wedding day was rustic and vintage yet simple and romantic. To reflect this theme they opted for a colour palette of white, cream, light Robin’s egg blue, and subtle greens.

The celebration was held at a beautiful winery in South Africa called La Petite Dauphine overlooking beautiful mountains and sprawling vineyards. While the groom’s home played host to the wedding, a taste of the bride’s heritage was incorporated as well with sweet maple syrup favours!

Brittney Laura Anne Lebel and Matthew Robert Ernst, December 21, 2013, Franschhoek, South Africa.

Photography courtesy of Hayley Takes Photos.

Ceremony and reception location: La Petite Dauphine
Bridal gown: Jim Hjelm from Kleinfeld Bridal
Bridesmaids’ dresses: Nasty Gal
Groom’s tux: J. Crew
Cake: Olivia Nguyen from Edible Art Cakes
Music: Trilogy Music
Flowers: Leipzig Flowers and Decor
Favours: Canadian maple syrup
Stationery: DIY
Makeup: Eloise Dreyer
Hair: Mop Hair

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A Romantic Vineyard Wedding in Jordan, Ontario

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This couple, who met in pre-kindergarten class, grew up just nine houses down the street from one another. “Mike and I knew we wanted to marry each other for some time, and even knew when and where. He just had to propose!” Reanna shares. “At the time, Mike was living at his parents’ house in Hamilton and I was living in a condominium in St. Catharines close to my work. I was working an evening shift finishing at midnight and came home to a candle-lit condo with Mike awaiting as soon as I entered. There he was, in the doorway, ring in hand, where he got down on one knee and asked me to marry him.”

The couple didn’t choose a specific theme for their big day, but they wanted to keep their winery wedding effortlessly elegant with a colour palette of pewter, ivory and champagne.

“The ceremony and reception venues were beautiful,” Reanna gushes. “The food was amazing and the staff was extremely attentive and vastly exceeded all of our expectations.  I would recommend Inn on the Twenty to anyone looking to get married.”

Reanna Christa Georgiades and Michael Vincent Crea, September 1, 2013, Jordan, Ontario.

Photography courtesy of Serena Swan Photography.

Ceremony location: Cave Spring Vineyard
Reception location: Inn on the Twenty Restaurant
Bridal gown and bridesmaids’ dresses: Divine Designs Wedding & Formal Wear
Groom’s tux: Kenneth Cole from Freeman Formals
Cake and caterer: Inn on the Twenty
Ceremony music: Glissandi Trio
Reception music: DJ Frank from Spirit of Sound
Flowers: Vinifera Floral Designs
Stationery: Anne Kelly from Inviting Elegance
Makeup and hair: Dolce Divas
Decor: Christina from Gala Décor
Officiant: Sheldon Kofsky
Transportation: Dynasty Limousine

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A Whimsical Winter Wedding in Toronto

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Sarah and Kyle met in a coffee shop in Kingston, Ontario while they were both going to Queen’s University. Sarah was just finishing her MBA while Kyle was finishing his engineering degree and applying to do an MBA. The dean put Kyle in touch with Sarah to learn more about the MBA program — little did they know that she was using her matchmaking skills. The pair met up to talk shop and the rest is history.

For their big day the couple hosted a celebration filled with twinkle lights, feathers, fur, and black and white Damask with hot pink as the accent colour. They also paid tribute to the place they first met by having their first dance to the song “Coffee Shop” and giving out DIY chocolate-covered coffee bean favours to their guests.

“All the DIY décor and accessories added a personal touch to our wedding,” Sarah explains. From the ostrich feather centrepieces and fascinators to the scrabble initial cufflinks for groomsmen, and the photo booth with feather-themed props, this celebration was filled with whimsical handmade accents. Even the couple’s sweet table was filled with homemade treats — a selection of favourites both mothers had made for their kids growing up.

Sarah Grace Milton and Kyle Brendan Jordan, November 17, 2012, Toronto, Ontario.

Photography courtesy of Leydon Photography.

Ceremony location: Metropolitan United Church
Reception location: The Berkeley Church
Bridal gown: Bride’s own design and belt from Etsy
Reception dress: BCBG
Bridesmaid dresses: BCBG
Groom’s tux: Calvin Klein
Band: The Little Black Dress
Favours: DIY chocolate-covered coffee beans made by bride and groom
Hair and makeup: Aveda Salon
Flowers: Tidy’s Flowers
Stationery: I Do…For You with DIY elements

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A Glamorous, Vintage Wedding in Toronto, Ontario

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Amy and Jamie really wanted to keep their wedding in the city, but they needed a venue that would suit both of their personalities. “Jamie is a little more traditional, I love style and glamour, and amazing food was very important to both of us,” Amy explains. “When we saw the Arcadian Court it was the first place we both instantly loved.”

The couple selected a colour palette of pink and champagne and these hues were incorporated into everything from the invitations and attire to the decor and flowers.

Although Amy would use “classic” as a term to describe her big day, her blush pink dress and all-male bridal party were definitely on the unconventional side.

“I’m sure some people may have wondered why I didn’t have any ladies in my party – I have lots of great girlfriends, but Ryan, my man of honour, and Lee, my bridesman are absolutely my people,” shares Amy. “I speak to them pretty much everyday. They’ve been with me for good and bad, and really, the day of, those are the people you want standing next to you.” Amy also had her daughter, Elle, carried down the aisle during the ceremony wearing a frilly pink dress similar to her wedding gown.

Amy loved using Pinterest and Etsy as tools for her wedding inspiration. “Instead of a traditional guest book I found a company (Once Upon a Paper) that creates a tree style piece of artwork that people can sign,” she said. “They work with you to customize according to your colours and the piece came out beautifully.”

Amy and Jamie Pawluk, September 28, 2013, Toronto, Ontario.

Photography courtesy of Olive Studio.

Ceremony and reception location: Arcadian Court
Bridal gown: Maggie Sottero from Ritche Bridal
Shoes: Badgley Mischka
Groom’s tux: Tip Top Tailors
Cake: Jackie Long from The iBakery
Caterer: Oliver & Bonacini
Band: Cece Pastor and Word of Mouth
Accordion player: David Morrone
Hair and makeup: Ivanka Grgic and Ricky Boudreau
Flowers: Ardenian Flowers
Stationery: Wedding Paper Divas
Officiant: Mike DiSavino

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A Romantic Wedding in Victoria, British Columbia

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Sean and Melissa first met one another in the fall of 2005, while they were both enrolled the University of Victoria’s business program. Years later, on the front steps of the Parliament buildings on a crisp winter evening (which was also Melissa’s birthday) Sean asked her to be his wife.

They decided on a summer wedding, and held their ceremony on the stunning property at St. Ann’s Academy in Victoria. They kept the feel of their big day simple and classic with a gold and white colour palette.

“Our wedding day was filled with laughter and love, but most of all, so much fun!” says Melissa. “There was champagne popping, 12 bridesmaids, a party bus, endless singing and dancing, amazing food, great music, and lots of kissing.”

Melissa Ann Louie and Sean Young, August 31, 2013, Victoria, British Columbia.

Photography courtesy of Ameris.

Ceremony location: St. Ann’s Academy
Reception location: The Da Vinci Centre
Bridal gown: Robert Bullock from The White Peony Bridal Boutique
Bridesmaids dresses: Blush Bridal Boutique
Groom’s tux: Vera Wang
Cake: Passion for Cakes
Caterer: Melting Moments Catering
Music: Victor Fani
Hair and makeup: Erin Bradley
Flowers: Chocolate Lily Floral Design
Wedding planner: Barb Raymond from French Kiss Events
Draping: Linda Payne from Designer Weddings and Special Occasion Rentals
Videographer: I Do Productions
Party bus: L.A Limousines
Stationary: Studio 745 Graphics

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A Stunning Destination Wedding in Montego Bay, Jamaica

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When Laura left her home in Mexico to come to Canada as an international student, she immediately got a job as a server at a Salvadorian restaurant. Not two weeks after she arrived, Arthur walked into the restaurant as a patron. It was love at first sight. He kept going back to the same restaurant every day for weeks until he finally worked up the nerve to ask her out.

The couple attended a friends wedding in Jamaica a few years prior to their own engagement and had such a lovely time that they agreed they would have their own destination wedding on the beautiful island someday. On April 6, 2013, Laura and Arthur exchanged vows in Montego Bay, Jamaica, in a gazebo overlooking the ocean.

The inspiration for the wedding was “heaven.” Arthur, who is a professional saxophonist turned wedding planner, came up with the concept. He did all of the planning and the only input the bride had was that she wanted a lot of baby’s breath. Arthur made sure to incorporate Laura’s only request into all aspects of the wedding, including baby’s breath pew markers, boutonnières, corsages, and table decor. The entire resort had a Greco-Roman feel — everything was open air with giant pillars everywhere. It fit the “heaven” theme perfectly.

One highlight of the day included the bride’s Mexican relatives and groom’s Jewish family coming together for the first time. “We had never been all together before,” Arthur explains. “It was truly a special moment.”

Since he is also a professional musician, Arthur thought it would be fitting that he serenade his wife on their wedding day. “I wanted it to be a surprise so I rented a saxophone from a local musician who brought it to the resort for me,” Arthur explains. “During our cocktail hour we had an amazing jazz band. I disappeared for a moment from our cocktail reception and walked back in playing the sax (which turned out to be a gorgeous silver saxophone). I played “One Love” by Bob Marley and couple jazz standards.”

Laura Paez and Arthur Kerekes, April 6, 2013, Montego Bay, Jamaica.

Photography courtesy of Jamieson Dean.

Ceremony and reception location: Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton Resort and Spa
Bridal gown: Galina from David’s Bridal
Groom’s tux: Versace from Tom’s Place
Cake and caterer: Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton Resort and Spa
Music: Irie Jamz
Hair and makeup: Zentropia Spa
Flowers: Tai Flora
Stationery: Wedding Paper Divas
Wedding planner: ArthurK – Fusion Events

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10 Awesome Alternatives to the Traditional Wedding Cake


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More often than ever these days, couples are looking to incorporate their personalities into as many aspects of their wedding as possible. From renting ice cream trucks and do-it-yourself taco stations, to donning colourful wedding gowns, and holding Star Wars-themed ceremonies, couples aren’t shying away from making their wedding days fun and entirely their own.

Your wedding cake is a great way to let who you are shine through to your guests in a wonderfully visual (not to mention, delicious) way.  And we hate to say it, but: not everyone loves cake. Or, perhaps, you’re not one for tradition and like to think outside the box.

If you’re having a black-tie affair, why not opt for a breathtaking macaroon tower in a range of lovely colours that complement your decor? If you’re having more of a rural, rustic affair, why not opt for a sumptuous blueberry pie or stacks of freshly made waffles dripping in maple syrup? That way, you wont miss out on any of the pomp and ceremony and will still be able to cut the first slice with your new hubby!

No matter what kind of wedding your having, we’ve got some creative alternatives to the traditional wedding cake.


A Sophisticated Summer Wedding in Victoria, British Columbia

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Since getting engaged on a rainy Saturday afternoon in October 2012, Lori and Rob decided they wanted a wedding that would be beautiful, intimate, and all about them. After all, they both were getting married for the first time in their mid 40s, so they decided they didn’t need the bachelor parties, huge wedding party, or a large guest list with people they barely knew. “It was also really important to me to plan my own wedding with my Mom,” Lori explained. “It was the biggest day of my life and all the pre-planning moments with my Mom were truly extra special memories.”

Lori’s wedding colours were champagne, blush pink, soft peach and ivory with a Tiffany blue accent. She was inspired by the beautiful flowers that her florist, Vanessa, had initially shown her. Lori wanted her wedding to feel sophisticated, romantic, and summery with the gorgeous ocean and historic Empress Hotel as the backdrop for the wedding festivities.

Lori found the perfect cake at Patisserie Daniel, a four-layer buttercream cake with lemon curd and pastry cream. There were fresh blueberries and raspberries between each layer, and it was decorated in rolled fondant and delicate white scrolls. She finished decorating the cake herself, using fresh flowers and matching Dupoini silk ribbon from her bouquet to make it her very own masterpiece.

Lori was speechless when she entered the reception room at The Empress decorated by Verbena with the flowers and candles. “Walking into the reception as husband and wife with all our family waiting for us and cheering — the room looked so beautiful,” she shares. “We immediately had our first dance to “At Last” by Etta James with the evening sun pouring in through the lead glass windows. It was perfect.”

Lori Crandall and Rob Williams, July 21, 2013, Victoria, British Columbia.

Photography courtesy of Ameris Photography.

Ceremony location:
 Private residence
Reception location: The Library at The Fairmont Empress
Bridal gown: The Bridal Gallery
Groom’s tux: Vintage (it was the groom’s father’s tuxedo)
Cake: Patisserie Daniel
Caterer: The London Chef
Favours: Rogers’ Chocolates
Music: Johannes Grames
Hair: Jessica Salema from Cabello Salon
Makeup: Melanie Baird
Flowers: Verbena Floral Design
Stationery: Wedding Paper Divas
Officiant: Liz Graham

See all the photos from this sophisticated, summer wedding in Victoria, B.C.

A Beautiful, Multicultural Destination Wedding in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

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About three years after they started dating, Sean planned a trip to Panama with his then-girlfriend, Mina, to explore the beautiful country together. “I have a great passion and love for horses, so Sean arranged a day of horseback riding on the beach,” explains Mina. “After a few hours of riding, Sean suggested we take a walk to ‘stretch our legs’. Then he got down on one knee. When he asked me to marry him, I felt my heart swell. I was so emotional that I forgot to say ‘yes’ despite a few reminders!” The couple immediately began planning their wedding. They both knew they wanted a destination wedding and ultimately chose Los Cabos because it’s where the Pacific Ocean and The Sea of Cortes merge into one, symbolizing how their two cultures would be merging together on their wedding day.

The two chose a “love birds” theme for their destination wedding.  The couple incorporated love birds on their favour tags, place cards and even worked bird cages throughout their reception décor. Fruit was also heavily incorporated in the décor as it symbolizes love and compassion in Mina’s Persian culture.

To complement the natural scenery and the amber tones at their venue, Mina and Sean chose a colour scheme of gold (Mina’s favourite colour), ivory, and coral.

Mina’s Vera Wang gown was a show-stopper and one of her favourite details about her big day. The long train was covered in lace and perfectly complemented her gorgeous cathedral veil.

Mina Tabei and Sean Lucas, May 11, 2013, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

Photography courtesy of Billie Board Photography.

Ceremony and reception location:
Sunset da Mona Lisa
Bridal gown: Vera Wang from Blush Bridal
Bridal party attire: Zara
Groom’s tux: Savvi Formal Wear
Cake and catering: Sunset da Mona Lisa
Favours: Michaels
Music: DJ Mijares
Hair and makeup: Suzanne Morel from Sunset da Mona Lisa
Flowers: Emprio Arte Floral
Stationery: Linens, Things and More
Videographer: Wedding Photo Cinema by Carlos Plazola
Wedding Planner:Tammy from Cabo Wedding Services

See all the photos from this multicultural destination wedding in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.