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A DIY Apple Orchard Wedding In York, Prince Edward Island

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Greg may not have had Ashley on his arm for their high-school prom, but it was that event that planted a seed for future romance. “Greg asked me to prom, but I already had a date,” Ashley shares. “We were friends and in 2008 and we were both moving west, so he helped my friend and I move our things to Ontario. It was quite a road trip and we’ve been together ever since.” The pair married at a DIY apple orchard wedding in Prince Edward Island. Ashley notes the weather was less than ideal for her ourdoor DIY apple orchard wedding, but it was actually what made the day extra-memorable. “It was pouring rain as I came down the aisle and all our guests were soaked under umbrellas—it was the most amazing moment.” Keeping with the natural theme of their wedding of this DIY apple orchard wedding, the pair sent guests home with tiny tree favours, which also served as centrepieces. “We loved that everyone would go home after our party and plant a tree!” Ashley smiles.

Ashley Parkman & Greg Beamish, Saturday, June 9, 2012, York, Prince Edward Island.

Photography courtesy of Rachel Peters Photography (www.blogbyrachel.com).

Vendors
Ceremony and reception location: The groom’s family apple orchard
Bridal gown:
Inweddingdress.com
Groom’s tux: Moores
Bridal party attire: Dresses of their own choosing
Hair: Sarah Jane MacKay from Tink n Ginger Salon Boutique
Makeup:
Candace Gregory from Tink n Ginger Salon Boutique
Music: Nick Young (nickdyoung@hotmail.com)
Caterer: Stanley Bridge Country Resort
Favours: DIY trees in pots
Flowers: Isobel’s Flower Farm (902-963-3140)
Stationery: DIY
Others:
Tent from Caseley’s

See all of the photos from this DIY apple orchard wedding in York, Prince Edward Island.

An Ethereal Winter Wedding in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta

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A dreamy white winter wedding was what Megan and Brent wanted for their day, and they got exactly that when they chose to wed on a cool, crisp day in February. The two were engaged a year prior at the beautiful Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, a surprise stay that Brent had arranged for Megan as it had always been her “dream hotel.” When Brent popped the question in their private cabin, they looked out over mountains and snowy landscapes—the picturesque scene was very similar on their winter wedding day. Both Brent and Megan cite the same moment as their favourite: when they first saw each other before their “I dos.” “I hadn’t seen or spoken to Brent since the night before our wedding, and I was so nervous and anxious waiting for one o’clock, the time of our ceremony, to hit,” Megan smiles. “The moment I saw him standing at the end of the aisle I immediately calmed down, and I felt so happy.”

Megan Strohan and Brent Blumhagen, February 11, 2012, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta.

Photography courtesy of Morgan Hordal, Paper Tiger Media (www.papertigermedia.ca)

Vendors
Ceremony location: First United Church
Reception location: Moyer Recreation Centre Banquet Hall (780-998-7022)
Dress:
Moonlight from Tres Chic Fashion and Bridal
Groom’s tux: Moores
Bridal party attire: Alfred Angelo from Debradees
Hair: All The Details Salon
Makeup:
All The Details Salon
Music: Pure Entertainment (pureentertainment@live.ca)
Cake: Danielle Blumhagen, family member (danielleblumhagen@hotmail.com)
Caterer: Catering Simply (cateringsimply@shaw.ca)
Favours: The Jammery
Flowers: Flowers by Luci (780-672-3770)
Stationery: Michaels Craft Store

See all of the photos from this ethereal winter wedding in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta.

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