For her summer wedding, this bride handmade everything from the cupcakes to the decor.
A colour palette inspired by peacock feathers combined with an air of vintage charm made this celebration a standout.
This couple hosted a cheerful rustic celebration filled with DIY touches.
The couple worked their yellow and black colour palette into everything from the bouquets to the bridesmaids' shoes.
This couple indulged their love of the Boston Bruins with a celebration featuring the team's colours and logo.
This Calgary couple headed west to Vancouver Island to tie the knot.
This couple tied the knot at a stunning woodland ceremony then celebrated at a reception filled with unique details.
This couple chose a cheery, bright colour palette for their summer celebration.
Hay bales, Mason jars and DIY decor added charm to this waterside celebration.
Despite the fact they had 320 guests, this couple says planning their celebration was a breeze.
This couple added unique touches like naming their reception tables after their favourite plays.
With twinkle lights, DIY sweets and Mason jars, this wedding photographer's celebration was just as she had envisioned.
This couple filled their venue with handmade elements like buntings, colourful table cloths and an elaborate spread of pies and sweets to create the ultimate homey atmosphere.
Rustic wooden elements and a cheerful colour palette added whimsical appeal to this Toronto wedding.
This couple held their celebration at the venue where they had their first date and filled it with books, bikes and everything else they love.
This celebration was filled with cultural elements and DIY details. This couple even used pages from an old Polish book as favour packages!
Cheerful pops of yellow and fun touches like personalized M&Ms made this Alberta wedding a standout.
This celebration was filled with whimsical details -- from the bride's tea-length dress to the bridemaids' matching wellies.
A fabric bouquet and cute gingham-topped homemade jam favours added unique flair to this shabby-chic spring wedding.
This foodie couple treated their guests to a three-course feast and DIY preserve favours made by the groom.
This handmade celebration, decorated with cheerful touches of yellow, was held at the groom's family property.
A yellow and grey colour palette and unique personal touches were central to this couple's antique-inspired celebration.
This couple hosted an entire week of wedding festivities that effortlessly combined Sikh and western traditions.
Personalized touches and a cheery colour palette made this wedding a standout.
This bride put a ton of work into her celebration -- from hand-dying coffee filter pom poms for her centrepieces to sourcing dinner ingredients from local farms and markets.