Inspiration for your road to the altar


Happy Valentine’s Day, friends! I thought the perfect way to celebrate today was with Liza & Greg’s lovely outdoor wedding, which took place in Canada this past summer. Liza and Greg love the outdoors, so a family affair on a local farm was the perfect backdrop for their nuptials. Their wedding was filled with DIY projects and personalized right down to the dinner for their guests, which was grilled by the groomsmen! The pair handed out fishing flies that had been hand tied by Greg, the centerpieces were made with flowers from Liza’s garden, and be sure not to miss the adorable lace covered rocks that were given as paperweights. Liza’s dress was custom made, and I think you’ll agree that it looks stunning in the amazing light streaming into the photos below.

Photographer: Chad+Anastasia Photography
Event Planner: Bottoms Up Bartending
Floral Designer: Proline Trading
Reception Venue: UBC Farms
DJ: Hot Hit Productions
Officiant: Lynn Katey Marriage Commissioner

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Julie & Sergey’s simple blue and white themed vineyard wedding is sweet in every way. The hydrangeas in galvanized buckets at the ceremony are perfection to me, and (even better) they were re-purposed as centerpieces during the cocktail hour. One of Julie’s bridesmaids handmade all the paper goods for the wedding – and, see those gorgeous cobalt blue wine bottles below? The couple made their own wine to give away as favors! Thank you to Justin & Mary for sending over all the gorgeous images (you can find more photos from the day on their blog).

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Hello, friends! I hope you all had a great holiday break and are hopefully easing back into your normal routine a little better than I am (when the alarm went off this morning I think I could have genuinely shed a tear). But this gorgeous wedding from the talented Jason G is certainly making my morning easier. Katie and Scott were married this past August in a gorgeous outdoor ceremony. I really love it when couple’s choose decor that blends in with their natural environment, and Katie and Scott did just that.

Prior to their traditional ceremony, the couple opted to have a private Native American ceremony. You can see the images below. After their two ceremonies were completed they moved onto a gorgeous reception, complete with carved birch vases for the centerpieces. You can see even more images from the day on Jason’s blog.

Photography: Jason G
Event Planner: Bella Design & Planning
Venue: Keystone Ranch
Native American Ceremony Officiant: Leon Joseph Littlebird
Music: Great Time DJ