This whimsical celebration was the Central Real Wedding Of The Year award-winner of the Weddingbells 2019 Canadian Wedding Awards.
For this influencer, a party filled with foliage was a natural choice.
This pair hosted their celebration at a beautiful barn venue in Ontario's Prince Edward County.
Bring the outside in to add whimsy to a modern celebration.
This couple hosted a chic spring celebration with a laid-back ambiance.
This couple put an unconventional spin on their big day by getting married during the reception.
This couple gave their celebration an ethereal feel with soft hues and dreamy details.
This couple repurposed Christmas crackers and filled them with maple candies and notes for each guest.
Toronto's Distillery District provided the perfect location for this elegant, modern celebration.
Whimsical vinyl record details filled this big city celebration.
A yellow and grey colour scheme perfectly complemented this rustic celebration.
With bagpipes, craft beer and gourmet food, this celebration was the ultimate east coast kitchen party.
This celebration featured fun reception ideas like custom Mad Libs and an escort card puzzle.
A cheerful colour palette, buntings and fun bird motifs filled this big city celebration.
This celebration featured woodsy accents and a cheerful colour palette.
This wedding in the mountains featured gorgeous decor in a range of jewel tones.
Antique cigar boxes and a bold, exotic colour palette inspired this unique styled shoot.
Family played an important role in this lovely fall celebration.
This couple hosted a rustic wedding filled with cheerful yellow details.
There are just too many creative elements in this wedding to count, including hundreds of items thrifted by the bride!
Elegant accents and fun pops of yellow made this Gardiner Museum celebration a standout.
From the art deco stationery to the opulent decor, everything about this celebration perfectly reflected the decadence of the 1920s.
Whimsical, nautical details filled this island celebration.
These stunning boutonnieres were made by the groom's mother, using flowers from her garden.
Bright citrus accents filled this cottage country celebration.