Hello all, the wedding I have been on about this summer has come and gone. It was yesterday and boy am I exhausted. It started with months of preparation, a very early day yesterday of primping, photos, the ceremony then festivities. Now that it is all done, I feel like I could sleep for weeks, haha. Thought it would be nice to share a little of the wedding details. I am all about sharing.
The brides colours were cream, white, navy blue, a touch of green and silver. It all came together beautifully. It all started with gorgeous white rose balls at the end of every other church pew. Unfortunately, I don’t have pictures as we weren’t allowed to take pictures in the church so as not to interfere with the photographer. Who was amazing by the way. His name is Serge Roy and he was super nice and laid back. He even let us girls have a little photo shoot where we were just kind of goofing around at the end of the day before he left.
The florists, Full Bloom Floral Design did a great job with the flowers which were all in greens and whites. First the jr. bridesmaids and flower girl. Such cuties if I do say so myself. The one on the left is my Milah and the other two are my cousin’s daughters (but they are more like my nieces), Cassidy and Amber.
And their bouquets. Isn’t the silver foliage super cool?
Here are a few of the bridesmaids. Danielle (all the way from Haiti), Angie and myself.
My cousin Lynne with her pretty smile.
And the stunning bouquet we got to carry. I just love how natural they look. I know that sounds kind of stupid as they are flowers, which come from nature, haha, but I am sure you know what I mean.
The gorgeous couple with the bride’s bouquet in the vase in front of them.
There were huge arrangements atop massive glass vases all over the place, very elegant.
Most of the paper items were prepared by yours truly. The table numbers in progress at my place. The green card stock was iridescent.
The table numbers in action at the reception.
I also did the seating chart which was framed by a simple Ikea frame but I think it finishes it off perfectly.
The same flower was carried throughout all of the stationary/paper items.
Even into the name cards that were placed at everyone’s seat in front of the favours, which were French Macaroons, yum!
Now for the cake which was beautifully made by Sophie Bifield.
The detailed flowers…
Last but not least, I would be remiss if I didn’t mention the wedding planner and the stellar job she did. Shannon Kennedy and her lovely assistant Brittany helped bring Stephanie’s glorious vision to fruition all with elegance, patience and a huge smile. Well done, with our huge crew, I am sure it was not always easy, haha.
I hope having shared some wedding details will help inspire you for your next event!!!