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This pair transformed their rustic venue with chandeliers, velvet lounge furniture, and beautiful florals.
This couple tied the knot at the same gorgeous location where they became engaged.
This couple started their big day with a beautiful barn ceremony in Cambridge, then moved their party to The Drake Hotel in downtown Toronto.
This couple chose an historic venue and filled it with candlelight and lovely white flowers.
This bride, a florist, drew inspiration for her celebration from the gorgeous colours in her bouquet and centrepieces.
The Credit Valley Golf and Country Club provided the perfect backdrop for this couple's elegant celebration.
Fondant flowers atop this seven-tier cupcake tower reflected the blooms in the bride's bouquet.
A colour palette of pink and gold was the perfect complement to this elegant celebration.
This elegant celebration was the perfect marriage of two cultures.
This couple had several of their gorgeous wedding elements custom-made in China.
This creative couple displayed their engagement photos right on their wedding cake's fondant!
This celebration included unique Scottish and Mennonite elements.
This couple tied the knot at the same camp where they initially met.
This groom proposed with a ring hidden inside a Kinder Surprise egg so, naturally, the couple gifted guests with these special chocolates as favours.
Caledon Golf and Country Club was the perfect venue for this charming June celebration.
This couple filled their celebration with vintage decor and glittering accents.
This Ontario couple hosted a beautiful destination wedding in the Laurentians.
This couple transformed the bride's parents' home into a gorgeous venue filled with handmade details.
This couple applied the "less is more" philosophy to their minimalist spring celebration.
Candlelight and roses filled this classic celebration.