A vibrant lilac and silver colour palette was the perfect complement to this couple's golf club venue.
This couple treated their guests to a musket salute, axe throwing and a campfire at historic Fort Gibraltar.
Burlap and twinkle lights added warm ambiance to this lovely prairie wedding.
This couple hosted a stunning handmade celebration in the groom's parents' yard.
This bride chose an antique-filled venue and decorated it with natural elements like birch bark, burlap and lilacs.
Mixing vintage elements with country-inspired details, this couple planned a fantastic wedding that embodied the rustic atmosphere of Manitoba.
This couple, who met in Belfast, hosted a travel-themed celebration at the Winnipeg Art Gallery.
This foodie couple treated their guests to a three-course feast and DIY preserve favours made by the groom.
This couple, who traveled the world together, let their favourite pastime inspire their wedding day.
This couple opted for a tropical celebration complete with a starfish-topped cake and surfboard guestbook.
Everything from the flowers to the stationery for this celebration were handmade by the bride and groom.
This celebration in the country featured warm homespun elements and unique D.I.Y. touches.
This couple decorated their golf club venue in stunning shades of pink.
Pops of purple and crystal accents made this Manitoba wedding a standout.
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Jacqueline Sharpe and Brian Rudolf, April 2nd, 2011, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Photography courtesy Nghia Tran, (nghiatranphotography.com). Vendors Ceremony location: Westminster United Church Reception location: Four Points by Sheraton, Winnipeg South Caterer: Four Points by Sheraton, Winnipeg South Bridal gown: David’s Bridal…
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