Pops of berry and candles gave this wedding a warm, romantic vibe.
The warmth of the holiday season could be felt throughout this sweet celebration.
Burgundy and gold details filled this late-March celebration.
This whimsical celebration was the Central Real Wedding Of The Year award-winner of the Weddingbells 2019 Canadian Wedding Awards.
This celebration was filled with gorgeous red and white details.
This pair might be the first couple in history to include lobster plushies on the guest list.
This celebration featured the most amazing floral details.
Burgundy blooms added sophistication to this summer celebration.
This couple played up their October wedding date with rich autumnal hues.
This two-day celebration included both Chinese and Hindu elements.
A colour palette of white, silver, burgundy and grey helped to tie together this couple's theme.
Skulls, studs and dramatic merlot-hued roses made this edgy celebration completely unique.
You won't believe the fairy tale details included in this celebration!
This couple incorporated tartan into everything from the bouquet to the stationery.
This pair hosted a whimsical cottage celebration filled with vibrant details.
This wedding photographer bride went out of her way to ensure every detail of her day was unique.
Prepare to swoon over this celebration's beautiful, non-traditional details.
Behold! The cutest proposal props of all time.
Sweet apple details filled this lovely orchard celebration.
This couple repurposed Christmas crackers and filled them with maple candies and notes for each guest.
This couple's wedding decor was inspired by Robert Indiana's iconic LOVE sculpture.
Champagne freezies, a gourmet meal and a berry-topped naked cake were just a few of the cool culinary details featured at this celebration.
This celebration's luxe red and black theme was inspired by Dolce & Gabbana’s Fall 2014 collection.
Thanksgiving motifs paired with fun, modern accents made this celebration entirely unique.
This elegant celebration was filled with fun, nerdy accents like this "Hand of the King" pin, which the best man wore.