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It was a picture-perfect autumn day when Claire and Allan said “I do” in front of 200 guests.
On a day filled with laughter and love, Katelyn and Jonathon were married surrounded by their family and friends.
It was a beautiful day filled with love when Erika and Tim were married in Jasper Alberta surrounded by 90 of their closest friends and family.
It was an unforgettable day full of love when Michelle and Daniel were married in Lindsay, Ontario in front of 170 of their closest family and friends.
Tracy and Wayne were married in Cornwall, ON at the Ramada Inn and Conference Centre before 100 guests. Their colours were chocolate and lime green.
Shantelle and Andre’s wedding had a vibrant tropical colour theme of
blood orange and chocolate brown with gold accents.
Jennifer and Josh wanted a natural ‘beachy’ feel in neutral colours for their wedding and chose Haciena Pinilla in Costa Rica.
Leigh and Jeff melded teal, chocolate brown and ivory in their casual, yet elegant, wedding.
Rachel and Ian tied the knot in an outdoor, west coast-themed wedding at Long Beach Lodge Resort in Tofino, B.C.
The pair tied the knot at a butterfly-themed wedding on October 22,
2011. The Carvers said their vows in front of 300 people at St. Barnabas
Anglican Church in Guysborough County, N.S.
The Labates, who
met through an online dating website, dated for three years before tying
the knot in front of 210 guests on October 30, 2010. They held an
autumn-themed wedding at the Fermenting Cellar at the Distillery
District in Toronto. The bride’s favourite moment was when she walked
down the aisle and saw her husband-to-be.
Kerri and Carmelo were married outside the Royal Ambassador before 150
guests. As the couple shared their first kiss after the ceremony,
butterflies were released.
Nadia met NBA player Matt through friends when he was playing for the
Toronto Raptors. The attraction was mutual and they quickly became an
They met in Toronto but both had a love of the Canadian Rockies, and so
they headed west to Alberta’s Silvertip Resort to be married.