The fall season was the perfect backdrop for this opulent celebration.
Candles, greenery and rose gold details gave this celebration a dreamy vibe.
Mismatched seating and gorgeous candles gave this celebration a vintage vibe.
Ethereal muted mauve details contrast beautifully with the ruins-like backdrop for this styled shoot.
This celebration was filled with beautiful personal details and DIY touches.
Fun, glittery gold details filled this Alberta celebration.
Everything from the flowers to the stationery for this celebration were handmade by the bride and groom.
This Saskatchewan couple opted for a lovely, traditional celebration.
This couple's fairytale celebration incorporated accents in cream, ivory, pink and gold.
Guests arrived for this celebration in tiaras, top hats, and feathered boas and partied until the wee hours.
This Canadian bride married her American groom in an elegant celebration in Georgia.
Nahrain Hawel and Dani Hawel, August 12th 2011, Surrey, British Columbia. Photography courtesy Melissa Montgomery Photography (photographybymm.com). Vendors: Ceremony location: Our Lady of Good Counsel Reception location: Pacific Inn Resort Wedding planners: Margaret of Elegant Party Décor Dress: Sottero and…
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