January 3rd, 2012

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8 Creative Ways to Stay Warm at Your Winter Wedding

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Baby, it’s cold outside—but that doesn’t mean you can’t set the scene for a memorable wedding! Get inspired by the freezing temperatures and incorporate quirky touches, like hot cocoa and snuggly scarves, that will keep you and your guests cozy. Here are some of our fave ways to stay warm and fuzzy on your big day.

Did You Get Engaged this Holiday?

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It’s a new year, and usually that means we hear about TONS of new engagements that happened over the holiday season. If we’re talking to you, congratulations and welcome to Weddingbells! We’re happy you’re here and thrilled that we’ll be able to help you every step of the way with your wedding planning. Now, first question: do you have our new Spring & Summer issue? If not, get thee to a newsstand, that’s essential. Next up, you may be planning to attend some wedding shows, and there are tons happening in the next few weeks across Canada. Read our tips for doing the shows right here. Just for fun, we thought we’d roundup the celebrity engagements that happened over the past few weeks so you know who’s wedding planning right alongside you.

A Quirky Multi-Coloured Wedding in Burnaby, British Columbia

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Justine Forsythe and Amos Comeau, September 24, 2011, Burnaby, British Columbia.

Photography courtesy Daydream Weddings, (daydreamweddings.ca).

Vendors
Ceremony location: Burnaby Village Museum
Reception location: Boneta
Dress: Ivy + Aster by Frocks
Hair: Michelle at Clementine
Makeup: MAC
Groom’s tux: Canali by Harry Rosen
Bridal party attire: J. Crew and Nordstrom
Cake: Cookie tower by Boneta
Flowers: Celsia Florest
Music: Boneta
Planners: Down the Aisle
Caterer: Boneta
Stationery: Minted
Favours: Made by the bride and groom

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