Just wait until you see the lacy black dress (with matching dress on her daughter!), the deep red floral decor, the GORGEOUS ceremony space with string lights and candles everywhere, and the glam AF gold and black wedding cake. It’s like our darkest, dreamiest fantasies have come to life at this super lovely and atmospheric wedding that was totally authentic to the couple.
Lauren and Adrian took a $5,000 budget and made wedding magic in their own backyard. They were most interested in doing fun things with flowers, the sweet first look under an apple tree, and the FOOD. We’re talking really good looking sammies and a spread that makes any table look mild in comparison.
Most of all? We’re head over heels for the Lauren’s simple, chic, and so fabulous black and white dress. You won’t want to miss it (and the whole chic backyard wedding to boot!)…
Erin and Daniel chose to have just two witnesses and an officiant at their chic elopement in Vancouver. Their venue, the Roundhouse Community Centre, is intended for large weddings, so it ended up feeling very grand with only a few.
Erin and Daniel are both engineers, so they featured an antique multimeter and their toy robot.
The bride is Anishinabe and their community is in the Salish Sea, so this pair pulled from their communities for a meaningful ceremony focusing on the core: earth, energy, elemental, and potential. Their wedding was all about the core of connection. You’ll love it…
Give us a fall wedding anywhere — but when it’s in Ontario and the colors are out-of-this-world vivid, it’s just magical. That’s what we’ve got going on with Leanne and Paula’s wedding. There were shout-outs to baseball, Superman, Jewish traditions (including an almost-fail-but-still-success hora dance!), and a fabulous brooch bouquet.
Darshan and Alex had a naturist island wedding that took our breath away. Cortes Island has long been a part of their life, with its pristine lakes, lagoons, forests, and seaside cottages. The pair met at a nude swimming hole about 13 years ago and chose to have their first look at the very same spot.