For her summer wedding, this bride handmade everything from the cupcakes to the decor.
This couple married in front of a lovely arbour handmade by the groom's parents.
This glam celebration was accented with white blooms, lace and pops of navy blue.
This couple filled their reception with quirky and unique details like this adorable owl cake topper.
This bride says her bouquet, which was made by her mother, was her favourite wedding detail.
600 guests attended this beautiful celebration, which combined traditional and contemporary elements.
For their snowy nuptials, this couple created a cozy, romantic ambiance with a colour palette of red, black and white.
This couple's purple colour palette was worked into everything from the bouquets to the bride's shoes.
This couple married in the mountains in a celebration filled with antique and DIY elements.
This bride, an interior decorator, designed many of her wedding elements herself.
This lovely celebration was decorated in soft shades perfect for the season.
This celebration perfectly married elegant touches with woodsy elements.
This celebration featured fun accents like a cowboy cake topper and periodic table seating chart!
This couple couldn't have asked for a more beautiful backdrop for their "I dos" than Canmore, Alberta.
This couple chose a unique heritage venue and accented it with handmade touches.
This couple chose a soft, natural colour palette for their summer celebration.
This bride filled her ceremony and reception spaces with her favourite flowers -- pink peonies.
This celebration was filled with handmade touches. The bride even helped design her own gown!
The cowboy poet who served as this couple's officiant brought a genuine country feel to their celebration.
This celebration was filled with cultural elements and DIY details. This couple even used pages from an old Polish book as favour packages!
Instead of place cards, this couple used quirky pictures of their wedding guests at each place setting.
A stunning location and an on-trend green ombre cake made this wedding a standout.
This couple chose birch bark and twine to accent their nature-inspired celebration.
Cheerful pops of yellow and fun touches like personalized M&Ms made this Alberta wedding a standout.
A fabric bouquet and cute gingham-topped homemade jam favours added unique flair to this shabby-chic spring wedding.