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An Elegant Winter Wedding In Alberta

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Jaclyn and PJ grew up in the same small town in Newfoundland, but it would be decades before they actually connected. “I was into my second year of teaching in British Columbia and went to visit my Dad and brother in Fort McMurray, Alberta,” Jaclyn explains. “PJ and I reconnected while attending the same get-together one night. For the remainder of that year, he would travel to British Columbia to see me and before the next school year, I moved to Fort McMurray to be with him. The rest, as they say, is history.”

For their weddding day, the couple envisioned a sophisticated winter wedding with a colour palette of white, ivory, silver, and charcoal grey.  “My reason for the theme and colors was that I had romance and love in mind since our wedding was after Valentine’s Day,” says Jaclyn. “I wanted it to be an elegant winter wedding without using the traditional snowflake or Valentine’s Day themes,” Jaclyn says. White linens and twinkle lights filled the celebration, as did unique personalized elements. “We entered our magical reception and noticed something out of this world: our very own ice sculpture!” Jaclyn exclaims. “Little did I know, my Mom and brother surprised us with one. It had two hearts intertwined, our names, and our wedding date on it. It was absolutely beautiful,” she adds.

The flowers at the wedding were equally as extravagant. Jaclyn chose chic white roses because of what they meant to her.  “Roses were a must-have in my bouquet since they represented a beautiful memory for me,” says Jaclyn. “When PJ and I got engaged, he had beautiful miniature roses waiting for me in our hotel room.”

When it came time for the couple to have their first dance, Jaclyn says it seemed as if everything and everyone else disappeared. “I was advised by so many of my close friends, who had already experienced their wedding day, to stop from time to time and take it all in — to live in the moment. And that’s exactly what we both did,” she remembers.

Jaclyn Baker and PJ (Paul Joseph) Allain, February 15, 2014, Fort McMurray, Alberta.

Photography courtesy of Chrystal Stringer Photography.

Ceremony location: 
St. John the Baptist Church
Reception location: Sawridge Inn and Conference Centre
Bridal gown: Eddy K from The Bridal Boutique
Bridal party attire: Dessy from The Bridal House
Groom’s tux: Bob Barrett Men’s Apparel
Cake: Sweet Moments
Wedding planner: Lisa Hawkins-Reesik and Judy Hawkins from A Special Occasion Décor & Planning
Music: James Anthony from Epic Productions Inc.
Hair: Janelle Cox and Susanne Hobbs from Belleza Hair & Tanning
Makeup: Ruby Hogg from Colour Me Famous
Flowers and decor: The Personal Florist
Stationery: Evergreen Stationers


A Country Wedding In Camrose, Alberta

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For their summer celebration, Dana and Brett settled on a country wedding with bright pops of colour. The couple started their day off with a heartfelt ceremony at Bawlf Lutheran Church filled with memorable moments. “One of our best moments was having our five-year-old daughter, Chloe, hold the rings on her necklace, then bring them up to the altar for us as we said our vows,” Dana shares. She admits that another highlight was the salute she and Brett were given by Brett’s coworkers during their recessional. “It was amazing to walk out of the church and have the entire firefighters’ staff give us an honourguard to walk through,” she explains.

The couple complemented their country wedding with a reception filled with rustic decor and lovely blue accents. Dana admits her sweet table was definitely a reception focal point. “Our cake was exactly what we wanted and just looked stunning.  The candy bar was a huge hit and we worked really hard to make it look fancy and authentic,” she explains.

Dana Rowland and Brett Read, July 12, 2014, Camrose, Alberta.

Photography courtesy of Crown Photography.

Ceremony location: Bawlf Lutheran Church
Reception locationBest Western Plus Camrose Resort Casino
Bridal gown: New Beginning Wedding and Formal Wear
Groom’s tux: Moores
Cake: Classy & Fabulous Cakes
Music: Paradise DJ Services
Hair and makeup: Danielle Wolbeck, Jasmyn Tremmel and Angela Lammle
Flowers: Stemz and Stalkx
Stationery: DIY

A Charming, Rustic Wedding In Banff

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Taren and Anthony always knew they wanted to get married in the mountains. “We chose the Juniper Hotel as our venue because it had the rustic feel we wanted for our day,” Taren explains. “In terms of wedding colours, we wanted something warm that would go with our rustic mountain feel so Merlot and grey seemed to be very fitting.”

Taren walked down the aisle in a gorgeous Vera Wang gown and she admits that seeing Anthony waiting for her at the altar was one of the most magical moments of the day. “Seeing each other for the first time that day was an amazing moment because we knew this was the moment we had waited so long for,” Taren shares.

Great food and music were central to Taren and Anthony’s reception. “We are both foodies and Anthony loves cooking, so it was important to get this right,” Taren explains.

As the sun dipped behind the mountains, the couple danced on the terrace with their family and friends gathered around them. “We danced the night away to all 50 of our carefully chosen songs, ” says Taren. “We wanted the vibe to feel like being at a quaint restaurant with our 70 guests, and that is exactly the way it felt.”

Taren Thauberger and Anthony Canton, July 5, 2014, Banff, Alberta.

Photography courtesy of Crista Lee Photography.

Ceremony and reception location: Juniper Hotel
Bridal gown: Vera Wang from David’s Bridal
Bridal party attire: Watters from Sonia’s Bridal Studio
Groom’s tux: Eph Apparel
Music: Banff Entertainment
Flowers: Elements Floral Design
Hair: Erin Thauberger from Eclipse Hair Studio
Makeup: Kerri Cust
Stationery: Wedding Paper Divas

A Timeless, Elegant Wedding In Quebec’s Eastern Townships

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Rachel and François’s path to the altar was a fast one.  The couple got engaged on February 15th and married less than three months later. “We were so excited to throw this important event. François and I were great partners and organized things just like pros,” says Rachel.

The couple opted for a traditional church ceremony that included personalized vows and music performed by the bride’s brother.

Rachel, who works for Lise Watier, says their wedding transportation was one of her favourite details. “We left the ceremony in a special vehicle: Madame Lise Watier’s convertible Bentley! Our ‘chauffeur’ was her husband, Mr. Rocheleau, who took care of wearing the proper Ritz valet hat, she explains.

Every part of this celebration reflected the couple’s chic theme. “We both wanted a classical, timeless and elegant event, from the invitations to the gown,” says Rachel. The couple enjoyed their reception in a stunning, intimate space filled with lovely pink and white flowers.

Rachel admits that one of her favourite parts of the reception was her first dance with her new husband. “We surprised our guests by performing a classical rumba with an explosive stunt at the end,” Rachel remembers. “Our dance teachers said they never saw a couple that learned that fast. We got the whole choreography in less than two weeks!”

Rachel and François, June 28, 2014, Orford, Quebec.

Photography courtesy of Chambre Noire.

Ceremony and reception venue: Estrimont Suites & Spa
Bridal gown: Maggie Sottero from France B. Pronuptia
Groom’s tux: Moores
Caterer: Estrimont Suites & Spa
Music: Black Creek Music
Hair: Joël Gagné
Makeup: David Vincent for Lise Watier
Flowers: Cadril Fleuriste

A Rustic, Elegant Wedding In Calgary

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Megan says Dan is the king of big, romantic gestures. For their first date he flew Megan to San Francisco! “He proposed on a beach outside of San Francisco six years after taking me there for our first date,” she explains.

While planning their big day, the couple put a lot of thought into creating a memorable experience for their guests. “There is a quote I’ve always liked by Maya Angelou: “people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel,” Megan shares. “At the beginning of our wedding planning, Dan and I sat down and created what we dubbed ‘the vibe document’: basically just a simple list of the ideal feel of our big day — how we wanted to feel and also how we wanted our guests to feel.”

In terms of decor, the couple went with a rustic, elegant theme. “We are both big foodies and we wanted our wedding to be a dolled up version of the type of dinner parties we normally throw. Having the ceremony be at such a beautiful restaurant was an easy choice and we based a lot of our decor and neutral colours on the venue’s natural setting,” Megan says.

Handmade and personalized details also filled the celebration. “I especially loved the cake’s special touches,” says Megan. “My mom lovingly grew the succulents for the decorations and the wood slab the cake was displayed on my dad sawed off and sanded down from a fallen tree on the farm where I grew up,” she explains. “We used our m+d monogram to personalize everything we could including the place cards, seating chart, and the embroidered bag for the ring-warming ceremony. It was a favourite detail because it made our day truly have our stamp on it.”

Megan and Dan agree that their ceremony was a high point of the day. “Our justice of the peace asked the audience if they vowed to support us in our marriage and hearing the loud and joyous ‘we do’ in response was a highlight,” says Megan. “We wanted our guests to feel like participants versus spectators in our ceremony and we felt so touched to look around the room and see people from all the various chapters of our life supporting us in building a marriage and a life together.”

Megan Marshall and Daniel Clark, February 1, 2014, Calgary, Alberta.

Photography courtesy of Sarah Vaughan Photography.

Ceremony and reception location: River Café
Bridal gown: Mikaella from Ethos Bridal
Groom’s tux: Bespoke suit from Giovanni – The Tailor Shop
Flowers: The Nosegay
Hair: Alta Moda
Makeup: Trena Laine
Stationery: Plush Invitations

A Romantic Rocky Mountain Wedding

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Chrissie and Matt first crossed paths at Matthew’s sister’s wedding in 2006 but it wasn’t until five years later that Matt worked up the courage to ask Chrissie out. “We discovered we liked each other a lot and were soon spending time together with family and friends,” Chrissie explains. A little more than two years after their first date, Matt popped the question.

For their big day, the couple planned a romantic celebration in the mountains.”We wanted the wedding to be really soft and elegant,” says Chrissie. “It also needed to be classy, beautiful and fancy enough for the reception venue but soft and natural feeling for the outdoor ceremony setting. We also just wanted lots and lots of flowers and greenery so that it didn’t feel too structured. All of our stationery and signs were handmade with soft watercolour washes.”

Chrissie says one of the most magical moments of the day occurred as she and Matt recited their vows. “Hearing one another articulate how much we love each other and what means the most to us was perfect,” she remembers. “We were so in the moment and heard that there was not a dry eye in the audience.”

The couple admit they were blown away by the beauty of their ceremony and reception spaces. “Our first look at the ceremony site with the enormous mountain backdrop, our smiling friends and family, a stunning bridal party and the beautiful flowers and arch was breathtaking,” says Chrissie. The couple say they were also in awe of the way their reception decor came together with its handmade signs, personalized flowers, elegant tables, macarons and mix and match candles. “Having the day come together after all of the time and effort we put into it was beyond satisfying, especially during those first moments,” says Chrissie.

Chrissie Kucheran and Matthew McLean, July 26, 2014, Canmore and Banff, Alberta.

Photography courtesy of Natalie Andrusiak from Heart and Sparrow.

Ceremony location: Quarry Lake ParkReception location: Fairmont Banff Springs
Bridal gown: Ivy & Aster from Frocks Modern Bridesmaids
Bridal party attire: Amsale from Frocks Modern Bridesmaids
Cake: Cake by Laura
Music: Sean Goebel from 1st in Entertainment
Flowers: Willow Blooms & Garden
Hair: Emily Moore from Hedkandi Salon
Makeup: Jessica McGivern
Stationery: Art & Alexander
Macarons: Yann Haute Patisserie



A Woodsy Wedding In Saskatchewan

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Jacqueline and Mike were initially matched up by Mike’s brother, Colin, who decided to play cupid at a celebration in Plenty, Saskatchewan. “Colin found out I was single and immediately started talking Mike up and telling me what a great catch he would be for me,” Jacqueline explains. “Next thing I know he tells me to ‘wait right there’, because he was going to go get Mike. I bolted in the other direction towards the dance floor.” Fortunately for Jacqueline, there was no escaping fate. “Out of the corner of my eye came this handsome teddy bear making his way to the dance floor to ask me for a dance,” she remembers. “We magically caught each other’s eyes and have been dancing together ever since.”

The couple’s fall wedding was equally as magical as their first encounter. The pair held their wedding ceremony outdoors at Cypress Hills Provincial Park then hosted a reception at nearby Cypress Hills Resort.

Jacqueline and Mike used leafy garlands, chalkboard accents and dazzling blue and purple flowers to bring a woodsy atmosphere into their reception space.

Both Jacqueline and Mike agree that one of the highlights of the night was their first dance as husband and wife. “Our first dance song was ‘Making Memories of Us’ by Keith Urban,” says Jacqueline. “This song perfectly explained the vows that we promised to each other.”

Jacqueline Therese Bourdon and Michael David Weese, June 7, 2014, Maple Creek, Saskatchewan.

Photography courtesy of Prairie Lane Photography.

Ceremony locationCypress Hills Provincial Park
Reception location: The Resort at Cypress Hills
Bride’s gown: Allure Bridals
Groom’s suit: Tux & Tails
Wedding planner: Haute Events
Hair: Krick Major
Makeup: Aigul Fritzke
Flowers: Our Flower Shop
Stationery: Wedding Paper Divas

A Gorgeous Pink And Gold Wedding In Ottawa

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Ashleigh and Rony met at a salsa club and Ashleigh says it wasn’t long before he swept her off her feet.

For their big day the Ashleigh and Rony planned a glamorous celebration decorated with pink and gold accents. The couple picked Mill Street Brew Pub as their venue and decorated it with Chiavari chairs, lovely white flowers and glittering table runners. “We loved the location,” says Ashleigh. “It was rustic yet modern and we had a beautiful view of the Ottawa River in the background.”

Ashleigh says one of the best moments of the day was seeing her soon-to-be-husband waiting at the altar. “We were both so excited, anxious and happy to see each other,” she explains.

The couple capped off the night on the dance floor with family and friends. “We both love to dance and our deejay played an awesome mix of Lebanese, Latin and top 40’s,” says Ashleigh. “Our wedding had the perfect number of guests. They were all close family members and friends that we love and wanted to share this wonderful day with.”

Ashleigh McGuinty and Rony Rizk, June 7, 2014, Ottawa, Ontario.

Photography courtesy of Intuition Photography.

Ceremony and reception venue: Mill Street Brew Pub
Bridal gown: Lazaro from The White Dress Bridal Couture
Cake: Auntie Loo’s Kitchen
Music: DJ Tonee
HairYork Street Spa
Flowers: Bloomfields Flowers

A Rustic, Country Wedding In Millarville, Alberta

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Lauren and Ryan knew that planning an outdoor wedding could be complicated but they had no idea just how complicated. “Choosing an outdoor venue, we knew the risk we were taking but for some reason you never think it will be the rainiest week on record just before your big day in August!” exclaims Lauren. “Our wedding was on a Saturday and we spent all day Friday literally vacuuming up water out of the grass from inside the big tent where the festivities were to take place.”

Luckily, when Saturday morning rolled around, the skies cleared up. “We were able to get married outside as planned, which was great as I think everyone was enjoying the sun after such a rainy week,” says Lauren.

The couple chose a country theme for their reception to compliment their lovely farm venue. Simple decor and a natural colour palette highlighted the beauty of the Alberta countryside. “The tent where we held our reception turned out beautifully, with mini lights and hanging paper lanterns,” says Lauren. “The centrepieces were wood discs we made from a felled tress, with a lantern on top and two Mason jars of flowers, all atop a burlap runner.”

Lauren and Ryan admit that one of their favourite parts of the night was hitting the dance floor at their reception. “Ryan and I love dancing! We are not great at it but we always seem to have such a good time trying,” says Lauren.

Lauren Forsyth and Ryan Stack, August 10, 2014, Millarville, Alberta.

Photography courtesy of Nicole Sarah Wedding Wedding Photography.

Ceremony and reception location: Family farm in Millarville
Bridal gown: Paloma Blanca from Cameo & Cufflinks
Groom’s suit: Black by Vera Wang from Moores
Caterer: Alpine Catering
Music: Chris Glass
Flowers: Okotoks Country Florist
Hair and makeup: Ali Mason Salon
Stationery: Wedding Paper Divas

A Great Gatsby-Themed Wedding In Banff

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Cole and Greg, who first met at Starbucks on a blind date, became engaged while snowshoeing in Kananaskis. “When we got to the top of the hill, Greg pulled the ring out of his pocket and proposed,” Cole shares.

The two love birds broke their wedding day jitters by getting ready for the event together.  “Getting dressed together was the best decision we made that day. I could look over at him and we would smile at each other and I would feel focused again. Given how nervous we were, I was really proud of how well we worked as a team,” Cole says.

From the beginning Cole says their wedding was a whirlwind. “My kilt barely made it to Canada in time and Greg forgot his tux at home,” says Cole. “Luckily his sister was passing through Calgary on her way to the wedding and was able to sneak into our house and bring it to him.”

The couple chose the The Rimrock Resort Hotel in Banff as their venue to ensure all of their guests had an unforgettable experience.  “We figured that when our family and friends have travelled a long way to share our day with us, they’d enjoy having a world-class vacation destination experience at the same time,” Cole explains. “We couldn’t have found a more awe-inspiring backdrop to exchange vows in front of.”

For Cole and Greg, choosing a unique theme for their wedding day was very important. “Greg and I both love art deco, so it was a natural fit and easy for us to agree on a Great Gatsby theme. Even though everything looked luxurious, the theme was so easy to budget for, as well as being incredibly versatile,” Cole says. The couple’s reception was filled with extravagant gold, white and black details. Towering white hydrangea and lily centrepieces were displayed on vintage pedestals while gilded place settings and art deco adorned table tops. I was speechless. It was incredible to see how the simple décor we chose worked so well against such an immense landscape,” says Cole.

Cole Thomson and Greg Cashin, June 14, 2014, Calgary, Alberta.

Photography courtesy of Stephanie Couture Photography.

Ceremony and reception location: The Rimrock Resort Hotel
Grooms’ attire: David Ogilvie Bespoke Highlandwear and Hugo Boss
Music: Bristown Entertainment
Flowers: Kensington Florist
Stationery: DIY
Favours: Bernard Callebaut Chocolates
Caterer: The Rimrock Resort Hotel
Wedding planner: Callandra Caufield from Postcard Weddings & Events

A Romantic, Boho-Chic Wedding In Canmore, Alberta

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Brittany and Andrew wanted a wedding venue with picturesque views and beautiful surroundings. “For our wedding day, we went with a boho-mountain vibe,” Rachel explains. “The Rocky Mountains were our backdrop, and we decorated our day with earthy pastels, burlap and lace.” Rachel echoed her romantic theme with a gorgeous lace dress and floral crown. “My dress made me feel like a beautiful bride, yet it was so comfortable and very me,” she remembers. “And there’s something magical about wearing fresh flowers in your hair.”

Both Brittany and Andrew admit that the highlight of the day was when they first laid eyes on each other as Rachel walked down the aisle with her father. “When I saw Andrew at the end of the aisle all I could do was smile,” says Rachel. “We both had perma-grins on our faces for the rest of the day. We felt like we were in the perfect place in time and wanted to stop the clock and savour it for as long as possible.”

Following their ceremony, the couple enjoyed a wedding reception, which lasted until the wee hours. “We had a really eclectic group of guests and musical tastes and everyone from my seven-year-old nieces to our parents friends were dancing all night.”

Brittany McIntyre and Andrew Wade, August 23, 2014, Canmore, Alberta.

Photography courtesy of David Guenther.

Ceremony location: Riverside Park
Reception location: The Iron Goat Pub & Grill
Bridal gown: Allure Bridals from Novelle Bridal Shop
Hair: Myrriah Goldade
Music: DJ Ben from Livin’& Dancin’ DJ Services
Flowers: Willow Flower Co.
Stationery: Wedding Paper Divas

A Lovely Backyard Wedding In Nova Scotia

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For their wedding day, Liz and Eliot planned a simple backyard celebration filled with personal touches including DIY decorations and flowers. “Our wedding venue was my parent’s gorgeous 19th-century home, which has beautiful gardens with vibrant flowers — a perfect match for our pastel decor tones,” says Liz.

During their wedding ceremony, Liz and Eliot had a surprise awaiting them. “Eliot’s father transformed into the Cat in the Hat and recited a poem by Dr. Seuss! It was a wonderful moment that injected great energy,” shares Liz.

Following their reception Liz and Eliot ended their night with an outdoor dance party.  “It was a perfect night dancing under the stars and a canopy of lights with our best friends and family,” Liz remembers.

 Liz van Allen and Eliot Wright, September 16, 2014, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia.

Photography courtesy of  Gingersnap Photography.

Ceremony and reception venue: The bride’s parents’ home
Bridal gown: Mori Lee
Cake: Jessica Best, a friend of the couple    
Caterer: The Stone Soup Café & Catering
Flowers: DIY by the bridal party


A Modern Winter Wedding In Alberta

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Su and Sean first crossed paths during a 6am spin class. For weeks they saw each other around the gym, until Sean finally took matters into his own hands. “Sean found out my name through a mutual friend and he was able to message me through Facebook,” says Su. “After exchanging several messages over a period of weeks, we decided to go on a date.”

When it came time to pop the question, Sean had another family member deliver the ring. “Bruce, our dog, slowly strolled out to the couch with a ribbon and black box tied around his collar,” remembers Su. “Bruce played his role to perfection, delivering the ring with conviction.”

For their big day, the couple decided on a modern winter celebration. For their ceremony, a stunning red carpet lined the aisle and Su wowed guests in a dramatic, tiered Lazaro gown with a jeweled belt.

Following their wedding ceremony, Su and Sean got the experience of a lifetime braving the frigid temperatures to capture some gorgeous wedding photos. “It was magical and felt like we were on a movie set walking through deep snow,” says Su.

Su Yang and Sean Gerke, November 22, 2013, Edmonton, Alberta.

Photography courtesy of Carey Nash.

Ceremony location: Winspear Centre
Reception location: Art Gallery of Alberta
Bridal gown: Lazaro from Dina Alonzi Bridal
Groom’s tux: Burberry from Bloomingdales
Cake: Korean Ricecake & Tea House
Caterer: Zinc Restaurant
Makeup: Nina Nguyen from N2 Makeup Artistry
Hair: Kim Hoang for Bliss Hair by Design
Makeup: Jenna McInnes
Flowers: Rook & Rose
Stationery: Tuktu Paper Co.

A Lovely Manitoba Wedding With Chevron Details

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Sarah Lipinski and and Lloyd Dueck’s love story didn’t begin until two years after they met at a mutual friend’s house.  Shortly after, the couple got engaged in Belize while visiting Lloyd’s sister. “One night, Lloyd asked me if I wanted to go for a walk on the beach. I should’ve known something was up, because he hates going for walks!” Sarah shares. “We walked down the beach to a long dock with a tiki hut at the end and I noticed a table, chairs and candles. I told Lloyd we couldn’t be there because the dock was set up for something and he told me it was set up for me. I sat down and noticed the ring surrounded by candles in the shape of a heart.”

For their wedding day, Sarah and Lloyd wanted their day to be mellow but still elegant. Their venue was comprised of big bright windows overlooking a park and duck pond. The couple was so mesmerized by the beautiful surroundings that they chose neutral colours to complement the venue.  “We incorporated a fun chevron pattern in grey and white in our table runners and stationery,” Sarah explains. “We thought it would keep things from looking too monochromatic. We added some pops of mint in our bridesmaids’ dresses, stationery and table décor for a touch of colour too.”

Following the wedding ceremony Sarah and Lloyd enjoyed a slideshow with a few surprises. “Our slideshow was awesome and featured a hilarious picture of Lloyd that his cousins saved for over 15 years specifically for his wedding day.  Also featured was a personal video from Zac Hanson, my childhood crush from the band Hanson giving Lloyd and I marriage advice,” Sarah shares.

In addition, one of the many highlights from their wedding was how involved their family and friends were. “We chose to have a couple of our family members and close friends perform our wedding songs. It made the wedding songs way more personal and they did an amazing job,” Sarah remembers.

 Sarah Lipinski and Lloyd Dueck, July 26, 2014, Manitoba, Winnipeg.

Photography courtesy of Simply Rosie Photography.

Ceremony and reception location: Qualico Family Centre
Wedding planner: Madeline’s Weddings & Events
Bridal gown: 7th Avenue Fashions
Bridesmaids Dresses: Hush Collection
Grooms tux: Eph Apparel
Cake: Cori from Sweet C Bakery
Caterer: Qualico Family Centre
Music: Aime’s Music Services Winnipeg
Bride’s hair: Covet Hair Studio
Bridesmaids’ hair: Vamp Industries
Makeup: Vamp Industries
Flowers: Floral Fixx
Stationery: Madeline’s Weddings & Events