This bride outfitted her bridesmaids in gorgeous shimmering gold gowns.
This bride made her grand entrance zipping down a multicoloured slide!
This couple celebrated with a destination ceremony in Rome, followed by an intimate reception at home a month later.
This couple braved frigid temperatures to capture some stunning wedding shots.
Every element of this celebration was over the top, including the 18-person bridal party!
A yellow and grey colour scheme perfectly complemented this rustic celebration.
This couple hosted their celebration at the same spot where they became engaged.
This al fresco celebration was filled with beautiful boho details.
Glimmering gold details and gorgeous lighting brought instant warmth to this cool weather celebration.
This couple complemented their rural venue with pops of the bride's favourite colour.
This couple let their love of the outdoors inspire their big day.
This celebration paired the groom's love of the outdoors with the bride's love of antique collectibles.
This couple complemented their venue with fun patterns and pops of green.
This couple, who met at a Manitoba flight school, worked airplane motifs into every aspect of their celebration.
Antique chandeliers and yards of tulle totally transformed this tented reception space.
This couple tied the knot on the groom's family farm in a celebration filled with sweet, rustic details.
This September celebration was filled with rustic details and unique pink accents.
This celebration was filled with lavish gold accents and candlelight.
You won't believe the celebration this couple pulled together in just four weeks!
There are just too many creative elements in this wedding to count, including hundreds of items thrifted by the bride!
Rather than a choosing a specific theme, this bride planned her wedding around a sophisticated colour palette.
Gorgeous, ornate accents filled this bride's summer celebration.
This bride tied the knot at one of Manitoba's most stunning outdoor venues.
Wildflowers and woodsy accents filled this celebration.
This couple opted for "first-don't-look" photos before their ceremony.