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A Romantic Mountain Wedding At The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge

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Kailey and David began their celebration with a first look session at Old Fort Point in Jasper. “It had been a bit rainy earlier in the day, but it cleared just in time for dramatic views of Mt. Edith Cavell with clouds rolling over,” David describes. “It all started feeling real as I was walking up the wooden steps to the lookout. Kailey looked more beautiful than I could have imagined, her dress was amazing, and her ability to walk along that ledge barefoot was impressive!”

Blues and gold, with a pop of red, made up the natural colour scheme. “We wanted to complement the colours that surrounded us during late summer in the Canadian Rockies,” Kailey explains. “Blue and gold payed homage to our time spent in the south of France the year before we were married. My engagement ring and wedding band were also in rose gold.”

The bride and groom took off for a spin between their wedding and reception. “We sped off in my dad’s Triumph TR-6 convertible,” Kailey says. “We had so much fun sharing these first moments together as husband and wife driving around the JPL grounds with the top down and my veil blowing in the wind. Our photographer and videographer were chasing us in a golf cart snapping photos and video. We were so happy they were able to capture the pure joy we felt in that moment.”

Along with personalized decor and details such as cocktail napkins and an amazing lounge area, the couple added their own twist on dessert and the midnight snack. “We both have a major sweet tooth and had so much fun creating—and sampling—our French pâtisserie-inspired dessert bar,” Kailey remarks. “Our midnight snack was the ultimate comfort food inspired by our initials: deluxe ‘KD’ mac n’ cheese!”

Kailey and David, September 9, 2017, Jasper, Alberta.

Photography courtesy of Nicole Ashley.

Vendors
Ceremony venue: The Great Hall, at The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge
Reception venue: The Beauvert Room at The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge
Wedding planner: Jennifer Bergman and Suzanne Dargis from Jennifer Bergman Weddings
Bridal gown: Monique Lhuillier from White Toronto
Bridesmaid dresses: Reformation
Groom’s tux: Giorgio Armani
Caterer: The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge
Flowers: FaBLOOMosity Floral Atelier
Stationery: Minted
Cake: Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge
Hair: Stefanie Carlson from Behind the Blush
Makeup: Janna Huget from Behind the Blush
Favours: DIY
Music: DJ Harman B from Premiere DJs by Urban Metropolis
Video: Juan & Angie Photo and Video

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A Modern Renaissance Wedding In Windsor

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Maranatha and Raoul’s fairy tale wedding began with a fairy tale proposal. “Raoul woke me up at the crack of dawn to go on an adventure. He said ‘I hope you’re not afraid of heights because we’re going on a hot air ballon ride!'” Maranatha recalls. “Once we were up in the air and the scenery was just right, Raoul got down on one knee and asked me to spend the rest of my life with him.”

The couple chose a non-traditional modern renaissance theme as a way to infuse their wedding with their personalities. “We chose dark reds of oxblood and burgundy with black and gold and combined moody art themes with modern details,” Maranatha says. “Raoul’s style is modern and my style is artsy, eclectic and vintage, so we decided to combine both.”

The couple kept true to their theme with extra special details. “An artist live painted our wedding ceremony,” Maranatha explains. “I thought this would be a perfect addition to the modern renaissance theme, plus it’s an amazing keepsake from our special day.”

The perfect wedding dress was one detail Maranatha knew she had to have for her big day. “I saw this magical amethyst gown for the first time on Say Yes to the Dress, then I stalked the dress on Instagram for a whole year before I got to try it on,” the bride explains. “It was the only wedding dress I tried on—I just knew it was my dress.” In addition to her dress, Maranatha donned a gorgeous crown for the ceremony. “Since Raoul and I were doing a first look, I still wanted a surprise element for my walk down the aisle,” Maranatha explains. “Raoul calls me his queen, and I definitely felt like a queen in the Ulyana Aster crown I wore.”

Maranatha’s favourite moment was walking down the aisle. “I was so excited to be marrying the man of my dreams,” she exclaims. “I’ve never been more sure of anything in my life. I walked down with the biggest smile because I knew with absolute certainty that this is the person I was meant to spend the rest of my life with.”

Maranatha Sigrist and Raoul Enoiu, December 2, 2017, Windsor, Ontario.

Photography courtesy of Eryn Shea Photography.

Vendors
Ceremony and reception venue: Water’s Edge Event Centre
Wedding decorator: Allure Events
Bridal gown: Hayley Paige from Pearl Bridal House
Groom’s tux: Men’s Wearhouse
Flowers: The Bourbon Rose Floral Design Co.
Hair: Jessica Harrison
Makeup: KES Beauty & Imagination
Music: NXT Level Entertainment
Videography: Stenlund Videography

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A Vintage Garage Wedding In Montreal

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Lynnsey and Michael’s romantic engagement took place during a camping trip in Iceland. “We had been camping around the island for 10 days, with Mike keeping the ring in his windbreaker pocket,” Lynnsey says. “On the second-to-last day of the trip, Mike popped the question in front of Gullfoss waterfall outside of Reykjavik.”

For their wedding, the couple opted to avoid a particular set of colours. “While we didn’t want to restrict ourselves to a colour theme, in the interest of keeping it fresh and eclectic, we incorporated subtle undertones of white, blue and pops of orangey-pink,” Lynnsey explains. “The flowers were done by one of our closest friends, Vicki Surplice, which made them extra meaningful. We didn’t want anything to look overly coordinated, and she did a great job of capturing the unscripted look we wanted.”

To pay homage to Mike’s Indian background, they included traditional elements in their day. Mike gifted a sari to Lynnsey, which she wore to the reception.

Among the best moments of the day included the couple’s first look and walking down the aisle. “There was a lot of anticipation for this moment,” she says. “Once we were hand-in-hand at the altar, we both felt an immediate sense of comfort.”

The pair chose “Lucky Man” by Courtney John to dance to at the reception. “We first heard the song while out for dinner, and immediately looked at one another confirming that the song had potential,” Lynnsey says. “With the wedding taking place in the balmy days of late summer in a semi-open-air vintage garage that serves street food, we wanted something fun and casual that captured that summer feel.”

Lynnsey Chartrand and Michael Chacko, August 19, 2017, Montreal, Ontario.

Photography courtesy of Brandon Scott Photography.

Vendors
Ceremony venue: Birks Heritage Chapel at McGill
Reception venue: Grumman 78
Bridal gown: Martina Liana from Ivoire
Bridesmaid dresses: Nouvelle Amsale
Groom’s tux: Battaglia & Aly
Caterer: Grumman 78
Flowers: Vicki Surplice
Shoes: Bella Belle
Decor: Le Coeur Bohême
Cake: Rustique
Hair: Atelier Eva Blanca
Makeup: Atelier Eva Blanca
Favours: Rustique
Ceremony music: Viola Dolce

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A Classic And Chic Wedding In Vancouver

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Michelle and Jimmy first met when they were in the sixth grade. “I know, it’s kind of crazy, almost like a true fairytale. We met at a mutual friend’s house when we were going to play on her trampoline. He later told me, ‘the first time I saw you I was in love, even though I didn’t know what love was at that time,'” Michelle explains. “Since then, he was always trying to get my attention when we hung out with our friends together. I was always the girl who thought I was too cool for him. He was persistent every single time we saw each other.”

A romantic and traditional theme was a compromise the couple made because of their varying tastes. “We wanted our wedding to be very classy, elegant, sophisticated and romantic with a balance between modern and traditional. Jimmy and I have complete opposite tastes when it comes to design,” Michelle describes. “We thought our mix of colours would go well with what our tastes were. We decided on gold (traditional), white (modern) and taupes (romantic) to tie everything together nicely.”

A special wedding day moment was the couple’s first dance. “If you listen to the lyrics of John Legend’s ‘You and I,’ he talks about how beautiful she is, even if she doesn’t think she is. Jimmy has felt this way from the first day we met and he definitely made me feel this way, and continues to make me feel loved every single day,” Michelle shares. “Every time we listen to this song we can relate to it, so when we danced to it for the first time as husband and wife it really hit home. It felt like it was just us two in that moment with no one around and we just got lost in the song.”

Michelle Ho and Jimmy Nguyen, August 12, 2017, Vancouver, British Colombia.

Photography courtesy of Life Studios.

Vendors
Ceremony and reception venue: The Vancouver Club
Wedding planner: Filosophi
Bridal gown: Blush Bridal 
Groom’s tux: Holt Renfrew
Caterer: The Vancouver Club
Flowers: Garden Party Flowers
Stationery: Eclat Décor
Hair: Linda Nguyen
Makeup: Makeup by Vivian Jun
Entertainment: Underground Circus
Music: Musical Occasions
Seating chart: Maurelle Calligraphy

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An Elegant Vineyard Wedding In Kelowna

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Nelia and Brennan had the perfect intimate proposal at home. “We are both very private people, and Brennan always knew I did not want a public or theatrical proposal,” Nelia explains. “I went downstairs, and as soon as I came around the corner there was Brennan on one knee holding out a ring. Normally a very confident speaker, Brennan was frazzled and could barely get out his words, but I said yes instantly.”

The couple wanted to add romance to the industrial vibe of their reception venue with a soft neutral palette of white, cream, blush and gold. “Lush runners, stunning hanging greenery and the head table backdrop brought life and vibrancy to the space,” Nelia shares. “Ample candlelight on the tables and cafe lights strung from the ceiling beams added a welcoming warm glow.”

One extra-special part of their big day was the first look as Nelia walked down the aisle. “One of the best moments was seeing Brennan standing there waiting for me while everyone else was a blur,” the bride says. “It felt like a very long walk and at the same time went by so fast. Seeing him tear up when I finally arrived was the icing on the cake.”

For their first dance the pair chose the song “Four Leaf Clover” by Christian Hudson. “We both love this song and it just felt right. The focus of the song is on your significant other and growing old together, despite what is going on around you,” Nelia says. “We loved the message behind the song. We also have a pup named Clover so it felt a little personalized for our family.”

Nelia Luz and Brennan Lafleur, August 4, 2017, Kelowna, British Columbia.

Photography courtesy of Jenna Hill Photography.

Vendors
Ceremony venue: Ex Nihilo Winery
Reception venue: Laurel Packinghouse 
Wedding planner: Jennifer Bergman Weddings
Bridal gown: Tia Adora from Delica Bridal
Bridesmaid dresses: David’s Bridal
Groom’s tux: Suitsupply Online
Caterer: Details Catering
Flowers: A New Leaf Floral Design
Stationery: Pinkpolka Invitations & Stationery
Cake: Kakes by Kathie
Hair: Inspirado Designs
Makeup: Jenny McKinney
Favours: FranJohnsonHouse
Ceremony music: Jeff Piatelli
Reception music:  DJ Invizible (Kevin Moore)
Video: Tailored Fit Films
Rentals: All Occasions
Transportation: Okanagan Limousine

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A Modern Romantic Wedding In Calgary

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On Chelsey and Lukasz’s wedding day, their first look on the rooftop terrace of hotel Le Germain in downtown Calgary was incredibly special— it was the exact same spot where the couple got engaged. “One year later, on that very same terrace, we saw each other for the first time before becoming husband and wife,” Chelsey explains. “It was very special to have our first look in the same spot where Lukasz proposed—it all came full circle in that moment and the emotions came rushing back. Our plan is to go back every year on our anniversary.”

A modern romantic wedding theme allowed the couple to play with decor that complemented their venue. “We chose a simple ivory and blush colour palette with greenery and rose gold accents,” Chelsey says. “There’s just nothing quite like pairing brick walls and wooden beams with lofty, natural floral arrangements. The combination of exposed brick, wooden beams, greenery and flowers really looked spectacular at our reception. The natural beauty of the floral decor completely transformed the industrial space and brought a romantic softness to the entire room.”

The bride and groom also wanted to ensure that their roots were incorporated into their special day. “Lukasz was born in Poland and my family is from Newfoundland—so we had everything from vodka shots to a screeching-in ceremony,” Chelsey recalls. “We also used my grandparents’ wedding cake topper and displayed each of our parents’ and grandparents’ wedding photos.”

The couple chose an acoustic rendition of “Love Me Tender” for their wedding song. “We wanted a song that was simple, timeless and meaningful. Our song selection was deliberately slow so that we could take our time and enjoy the moment of dancing together for the first time as husband and wife,” Lukasz shares. “We didn’t want to feel rushed or over-think the movement—we just wanted to remember every step.”

Chelsey Higdon and Lukasz Rajzer, September 23, 2017, Calgary, Alberta.

Photography courtesy of Heart & Sparrow Photography.

Vendors
Ceremony venue: Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church Calgary
Reception venue: Charbar
Wedding planner: Paper Doll Events
Bridal gown: Mikaella Bridal from Ethos Bridal
Groom’s tux: Z Zegna from Harry Rosen
Flowers: Flowers by Janie
Stationery: Art + Alexander
Cake: Pretty Sweet
Hair: Jenny Parks at Diva Salonspa
Makeup:  BELArtistry
Music: Local DJ
Videography: Castaño Media
Table decor: Gathered Table Supply Co.
Arbour: Rus Vintage

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A Rustic-Glam Wedding In Banff

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Jennifer and Mike were engaged on a trip to Yosemite National Park in California while they were snow camping. “We hiked Mist Trail to Vernal Falls,” Jennifer recalls. “Once we hit the falls, we propped up our camera on self-timer for a quick portrait. That’s when Mike quickly got on one knee and opened a small wooden box. He was so nervous and cold he didn’t even ask me to marry him! Instead, I asked him, ‘Aren’t you going to ask me to marry you?’ He replied, ‘Oh, yeah!’ It was a special and cute moment that I will never forget.”

With a destination wedding taking place in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, the couple picked a rustic theme to go with the stunning setting. The groom and groomsmen’s attire complemented it perfectly, consisting of tweed suits with vests and boots. To contrast with some glam, Jennifer chose a stunning gown and beautiful florals. “My gown had a beautiful beaded rhinestone top and a layered tulle bottom, while the amazing bouquets were the most dreamy textures and colours,” Jennifer says. “The rustic-glam combination made me feel like a mountain princess.” Jennifer finished off her look with heeled hiking boots.

One of the best parts of the day for the pair was the first look, which took place before the ceremony. “Seeing Mike for the first time that day was amazing. It was just such a happy moment for so many reasons; seeing the love of my life standing in front of me with a HUGE smile on his face, dressed up in wedding attire, in a different country, was amazing!” Jennifer shares. “Spending time with each other before the wedding was just so special for us. We were both so nervous, so this time let us enjoy what we love so much—the mountains, and each other.”

Jennifer Slepski and Mike Cox, September 9, 2017, Banff, Alberta.

Photography courtesy of Darren Roberts.

Vendors
Ceremony venue: Bow Lake
Reception venue: Park Distillery in Banff
Day-of coordinator: Calgary Wedding Planning Company
Bridal gown: Hayley Paige
Bridesmaid dresses: Bill Levkoff from 2000 Dreams Bridal
Groomsmen attire: ASOS, Men’s Warehouse, Express
Flowers: Willow Flower Co.
Stationery: Minted
Cake: Kake by Darci
Hair and makeup: The Pretty Haus
Favours: Mavora

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A Gorgeous Barn Wedding In Frankford, Ontario

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John proposed to Adrienne while the couple was on a bicycle tour through the Costa Brava area in Spain. “One night we were going out for dinner and decided to take a walk first,” Adrienne explains. “John ended up spotting this hidden staircase built into the rocks leading to a beautiful rocky plateau where he asked, but not before slipping on a rock and scraping up his knees!”

The couple wanted their wedding to be simple with a natural feel, so when they toured a friend’s barn they knew it was the perfect venue for their celebration. “The barn was such a beautiful space with a raw and rustic look—we went for really minimal colour schemes,” Adrienne says. “We had lots of greenery and some deeper reds and purples in the florals, to tie into the woods of the barn, tables, chairs and outdoor ceremony area.”

One of the best parts of the day was the intimate and whimsical ceremony. “Because we didn’t have a formal bridal party, John and I walked through a little path in the woods together,” Adrienne shares. “I loved this moment of entering side-by-side and turning to see everyone gathered there. After the ceremony, John’s brother Matt came up to the front and pulled names out of a hat (a stormtrooper helmet, actually) to select the witnesses.”

Another fun and personal touch the couple used was themed tables, choosing visual displays of spray painted gold dinosaurs, fidget spinners, and skulls to represent the tables and add whimsy.

The wedding favours were some of the most unique details of the day. “We decided to have portraits of each of our guests drawn. We felt it would be a great way to make everyone feel really special, and give them a personalized memento of our day,” Adrienne says. “My brother created all of them using a mix of watercolour and ink. When our guests entered the barn, they had to find their picture at their table, which served as their place setting. The reaction of guests was great—everyone really loved the pictures.”

Adrienne Fraser and Johnathan Harry, September 30, 2017, Frankford, Ontario.

Photography courtesy of Tara McMullen Photography.

Vendors
Ceremony & Reception venue: Family friend’s barn
Bridal gown: Spell & The Gypsy Collective
Groom’s tux: Hugo Boss, Harry Rosen 
Caterer: Urban Herb Catering
Flowers: Blooms & Flora
Cake: Yorkshire Pudding Catering
Favours: Custom portraits by Colin Fraser
Music: Mike Juneau

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A Romantic Woodland Wedding In Niverville, Manitoba

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Zach and Mercedes’ engagement was only partially surprising for the bride-to-be. “I had a hunch that something was up when Zach asked me to go out on a fancy date because according to him, we hadn’t gone on a nice date in a while. We had a lunch reservation and planned to go to the zoo afterwards, before going out for ice cream at the aptly named Bridge Drive-In,” Mercedes recalls. “Ice cream in hand, we walked across the bridge. By now my suspicions had faded and I was certain we were just on a regular date. Zach pointed out something in the river and when I turned around, he had dropped to one knee and was holding a ring box. Somehow everyone else around had disappeared, so we were the only two on the bridge when I said ‘YES!'”

The pair chose to design their wedding around an elegant woodland theme. “The forest has always held a romantic allure for me, so I wanted to incorporate as many woodsy details as possible while keeping the decor simple and elegant,” Mercedes explains. “To keep the colour scheme airy and bright we chose green, white, light grey and a mix of berry tones.”

One special way the bridal party contributed to the big day was through the decor. “The centrepieces are one of my favourite details because my bridesmaids and I made them together,” Mercedes shares. “We all got together the night before the wedding and spent the evening drinking wine surrounded by flowers and greenery. The centrepieces were a special touch from each of them and I was so proud of their work!”

The couple’s first dance was one very memorable moment during the day. “We chose to dance to ‘Say You Will’ by Hearts & Colors, which is a song that we both love and know all the words to,” Mercedes says. “One of my favourite memories is dancing, foreheads touching, eyes closed, singing to each other and promising forever.”

Mercedes Penner and Zach Peters, September 10, 2017, Niverville, Manitoba.

Photography courtesy of Gina Brandt Photography.

Vendors
Ceremony and reception venue: Ashgrove Acres
Bridal gown: Helene’s Bridal
Bridesmaid dresses: Helene’s Bridal
Groom’s tux: Moores
Flowers: Heier Designs 
Stationery: Shutterfly and Vistaprint
Cake: Baked Expectations
Hair: Megan Wiebe
Makeup: Taniya Bueckert
Music: Anie and Camille Bremault
Linens and decor: A Touch of Glass

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A Boho-Chic Wedding In Vancouver

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Meghan and Steve’s first meeting wasn’t exactly like love-at-first-sight. “A group of my girlfriends and our friend, Mike, met at my place before a Phantogram concert, when Mike asked if he could invite his friend,” Meghan explains. “Steve showed up shirtless and practically barrelled into my apartment with his bike! He was quite persistent getting my attention all night; he even did the old pull-at-the-belt-loops trick. I wasn’t really into his techniques at the time, although it was cute.”

The couple did eventually end up together and for their wedding day they chose to have a boho-chic party using vibrant colours and fairy lights to draw together the theme. “We had an earthy and dusty rose palette paired with Moroccan accents on the elegant rooftop venue. The city lights and the fairy lights came together perfectly with rich jewel tones of purple and burgundy,” Meghan shares. “We had a lounge with casual seating that invited people to mingle, and the arbour was covered in the most stunning florals that brought the whole wedding theme to life.”

The day started with a special first look in Stanley Park before the ceremony. “Steve waited for me in the trees. When we saw each other the feeling was indescribable,” Meghan recalls. “It felt so nice to share a private moment with my husband-to-be right before the wedding.”

Live music was played throughout the ceremony and reception. “Our friends played guitar, bass, drums, cello and sax to our favourite tunes, which included Edward Sharpe, Dixie Chicks, Old Crow Medicine Show and much more!” Meghan says. “Alex Maher did an amazing rendition on the saxophone of our wedding song, ‘Tennessee Whiskey’ by Chris Stapleton. It made the first dance sexy and soulful.”

Meghan Pitt and Steve Lloyd, August 19, 2017, Vancouver, British Colombia.

Photography courtesy of Nomad by NK.

Vendors
Ceremony and reception venue: Private rooftop
Wedding planner: Petite Pearl Events
Bridesmaid dresses: Aritzia
Bridal gown: Theia Couture
Caterer: Louis Gervais Catering
Flowers: Celsia Floral
Hair and makeup: Denise Elliott Beauty
Music: Alex Maher

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A Beautiful, Elegant Wedding In Edmonton

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A swipe to the right was all Isaac and Jihan needed to start their modern love story. “Isaac was working in the military out of town while I was a nurse working shifts,” Jihan says. “We spent the next years travelling back and forth to see each other and making new memories.”

Their wedding day was also a reunion since Jihan was originally from New Jersey and Isaac from Ontario. “Most of our guests flew from other provinces and countries,” she explains. “We had family and friends fly in from Montreal, Ontario, British Columbia, New Jersey, and California as well as New Zealand, Australia and Scotland. It was a wedding and a reunion all in one day.”

The couple opted for a simple and neutral wedding colour scheme. “The ballroom we had chosen for the reception had a cool grey tone with some details in cream such as the ceiling and the drapes,” Jihan says. “I was set on having my favourite café au lait dahlias and large bloom roses for my bouquet to add a pop colour to the very black and white look that we had. The subtle shades of cream and blush were also used for the head table’s garland and the entourage’s boutonnières and corsages.”

Isaac and Jihan had fun with their first dance and picked two songs instead of one, “We decided a routine that wasn’t too formal would better suit us. We both liked James Arthur’s ‘Say You Won’t Let Go’ but was little too romantic for us,” Jihan explains. “We thought dancing to a throwback boy band song would get our guests’ attention and make it more fun and lively, so we transitioned the song to ‘As Long as You Love Me’ by The Backstreet Boys!”

Jihan Catalon and Isaac Burger, July 20, 2017, Edmonton, Alberta.

Photography courtesy of Pam Kriangkum Photography

Vendors
Ceremony venue: St. Joseph’s Basilica
Reception venue: Fairmont Hotel MacDonald
Bridal gown: Hayley Paige from Bridal Boutique Calgary
Bridesmaid dresses: David’s Bridal
Groom’s tux: Moore’s Clothing
Caterer: Fairmont Hotel MacDonald
Flowers: Virginia Rose Events
Stationery: Minted
Cake: Art of Cake
Hair & Makeup: Sen Studios
Music: Baseline DJ and Photobooth Services
Videographer: Integra Films

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An Elegant Garden Wedding In Malahat, British Columbia

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When Nicole and John wed, it felt as if their romance had come full circle—the pair’s first encounter was at a wedding. With Nicole being a wedding planner and John a filmmaker, the two connected through a wedding they were both working on. “His company was doing the filming and I was the coordinator,” Nicole says. “As soon as his team walked in and I met John, there was an instant connection.”

After helping a fair share of couples design their celebrations, Nicole had a hard time deciding exactly what her own wedding would look like. “I wanted something elegant and appropriate for a garden-style wedding,” she says. “I ended up with greens, gold and ivory with accents of slate grey and burgundy.” Her bridal flowers incorporated all these colours, and included a stunning giant king protea.

One extra-sweet surprise before the ceremony was a video John made for Nicole. “We had previously agreed not to do cards or gifts for each other as we were doing our own vows, but being a filmmaker he couldn’t resist,” Nicole shares. “John had crafted together clips of all of our moments together, along with secret clips of my silly dance moves, and had it playing over the sweetest song ever. I bawled and it got me so excited to marry him.”

The happy couple opted for a non-traditional first dance with ribbons, feeling a romantic slow dance was not a fit for them. “Something I’ve always wanted to do was dance with a ribbon,” Nicole says. “We kept it a secret from everyone and even ended the number with the best man popping a confetti cannon on us. It was epic.”

Nicole Jespersen and John Hilhorst, September 23, 2017, Malahat, British Colombia.

Photography courtesy of AMERIS Photography.

Vendors
Venue: Villa Eyrie Resort
Wedding planner: Details Special Event Planning & Decor
Bridal gown: Calla Blanche from Tres Chic Bridal Boutique
Bridesmaid dresses: Reformation
Groom’s tux: Custom by Blair Shapera
Caterer: Villa Eyrie Resort
Flowers: Browns the Florist
Stationery: Tickle Tree Stationary and Design
Hair: Conscious Hair by Elena
Makeup: Artistry by Alexa
Ceremony music: Geoff Lundstrom
DJ: Request the Best
Video: Capture the Moment Media

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An Eclectic Wedding In Toronto

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High school computer class set the scene for Julia and Tom’s 15-year romance. The couple started dating in the twelfth grade and have been together ever since, making Julia think that a wedding wasn’t in the cards after so long together. This made his Barcelona proposal all the more surprising and romantic. “We took a gondola ride and he classically got down on one knee and proposed with a beautiful vintage emerald art deco ring,” Julia recalls. “It was a really extraordinary moment, something I’ll never forget.”

The wedding was built around the couple’s eclectic taste, with Julia’s unique and non-traditional gown the star of their fun and carefree wedding theme. When it came to deciding on balloons or flowers, Julia knew what she had to do. “I did what any self-respecting maximalist does and chose both!” she says with a laugh.

An important detail was the couple’s special wedding scent of blackberry, bay, English pear and freesia. “As a fashion and beauty editor, fragrance is something extremely important to me,” Julia explains, “It’s a major trigger for memory, so naturally, I wanted to create a scent for our wedding day.”

The couple arrived to the venue in vintage “his and hers” Porsches. “Our good friends, Maik and Pamela, are ‘Porsche people,'” Julia says, “So we called and asked if we could take some photos with their vintage rides.” The cars were one of Julia’s favourite wedding details and the couple took photos with them and their bridal party ahead of the ceremony.

“I didn’t think I would feel so nervous to see him but the butterfly factor was real, it was a really special moment for the both of us,” Julia says of the couple’s first look. “It was the only minute of the day we had time to take a breath and reflect on the day ahead and why we were doing this.”

Julia McEwen and Thomas Strandberg, April 28, 2018, Toronto, Ontario.

Photography courtesy of Scarlet O’Neill.

Vendors
Venue: 
Berkeley Bicycle Club 
Bridal gown: 
Willowby by Watters
Groom’s tux: 
Korry’s Clothiers
Caterer: 
Berkeley Bicycle Club
Flowers:
Jackie O Events
Balloons:
Balloon Bar
Cake: 
Cake Mom
Hair and makeup: 
Jukka
Favours: 
Quince Flowers
Music:
DJ Lissa Monet

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An Intimate Fall Wedding In Banff

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For their big day, Leanne and Reed decided to keep things intimate and invite only close family and friends. “Our amazing wedding planner had the idea to do one long harvest style table which was fantastic. Everyone got to sit and mingle together so it worked out perfectly,” Leanne says. “One of my favourite details was that instead of doing traditional place cards, we had a little vase with a single flower. Attached was a beautiful water coloured place card done by Art & Alexander.”

The pair chose to keep their colour scheme as deep and romantic as their day. “We did a Moody Romance theme with marsala, blush and sandstone. We wanted something dark, romantic and intimate,” Leanne explains. “For the table I wanted lots of greenery–we used Italian ruscus versus high centrepieces so the ambiance was much more intimate.”

As a non-traditional twist, the couple used three bottles of wine instead of a guestbook. “We’ll drink one on our first, second and tenth wedding anniversary,” Leanne remarks. “It’s the little details that make everything so special and memorable.”

One of the major highlights of the day was the after dinner dancing. “I think when you have a smaller wedding everyone is a little worried that things will die down a lot quicker,” Leanne explains. “This was definitely not the case for us–we shut the room down!”

Leanne Yarwood and Reed McDonnell, October 14, 2017, Banff, Alberta.

Photography courtesy of Deserae Evenson.

Vendors
Ceremony venue: The Oak Room, Fairmont Banff Springs
Reception venue: Fairmont Banff Springs
Wedding planner: Jessie Johnston
Bridal gown: Pearl & Dot
Bridesmaid dresses: Aritzia
Groom’s tux: Harry Rosen
Caterer: Fairmont Banff Springs
Flowers: Esme
Stationery: Art & Alexander
Cake: Pretty Sweet YYC
Makeup: Something Borrowed Beauty
Favours: Special Events Rentals

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