This couple hosted a gorgeous, dreamy wedding in our nation's capital.
This couple wanted their wedding theme to reflect their east coast upbringings.
This couple created a farmhouse vibe at their celebration using wood accents and heaps of flowers.
A barn venue and heaps of wildflowers set the scene for this east coast celebration.
This couple's celebration featured sleigh rides, mittens and a beautiful log cabin venue.
Chandeliers and candle light totally transformed this barn venue.
This couple complemented their jaw-dropping venue with earthy details and sea-inspired hues.
The Fairmont Le Château Montebello provided a stunning backdrop for this rustic celebration.
This couple put an unconventional spin on their big day by getting married during the reception.
This celebration was filled with gorgeous floral details and fun vintage accents.
This couple mixed minimalism with sweet woodsy touches to perfectly complement their venue.
Blue Mountain provided a gorgeous backdrop for this summer celebration.
This couple's adorable photos will definitely convince you to schedule a first look session.
Host a classically Canadian celebration at one of these beautiful rustic properties.
This couple could not have picked a more picturesque venue for their fall celebration.
Soft hues and baby's breath added sophistication to this nature-inspired celebration.
This couple mixed barn board and chandeliers for the perfect rustic-elegant celebration.
Autumn inspired every aspect of this Alberta celebration.
The groom's family farm made the ideal venue for this stylish, laid-back celebration.
This Vancouver Island celebration was filled with vintage accents and handmade details.
These SYTYCD Canada stars hosted a fun bash with burgers, snow cones and (of course) an epic dance party.
This celebration featured a bacon bar. Nuff said.
The natural beauty of the prairies inspired this backyard celebration.
Wood slab chargers, garlands of greenery and Chiavari chairs added a posh feel to this rustic venue.
When you want a surreal wedding backdrop, you get married in the Rockies (obviously).