JUNE 13, 2015

Wedding Bells (East) - - DETAILS -

FROM ERIN: Mark and I wanted to cap­ture the per­fect spring day for our wed­ding, in­spired by ap­ple blos­soms. We used blush pink and rasp­berry with pops of grey and sil­ver. Though the wed­ding was on the wa­ter, we steered clear of the stereo­typ­i­cal nau­ti­cal theme; we wanted some­thing dif­fer­ent and more us. It was pour­ing rain the morn­ing of the wed­ding and time was run­ning out be­fore I had to make the call about mov­ing the cer­e­mony in­doors. But the clouds parted and the sun came out as if on sched­ule, so we had our first look out­side in the beau­ti­ful, lush gar­den. I was ner­vous that hav­ing a first look would take away from the ro­mance of walk­ing down the aisle, but it was ac­tu­ally very touch­ing. It was the one mo­ment of quiet and alone time we had dur­ing the day. A funny mo­ment was when I turned to hug my dad and my train knocked over one of the lit lanterns along the aisle onto my dress. My hus­band’s un­cle leapt into ac­tion and saved the day. It bonded ev­ery­one to­gether as we laughed. It came at the per­fect time to help me re­lax a bit. Our cake top­pers repli­cated the seal and wal­rus stuffed an­i­mals Mark’s dad gave us on our first Christ­mas to­gether. We thought they were so cute and funny that we’ve kept them proudly on dis­play in our home ever since. Bridal Gown Mag­gie Sot­tero from Ta­tum’s Fash­ions & Bridal Cake Cake Babes, Caterer Cer­tainly Cin­na­mon, cer­tain­lycin­na­ Favours Deca­dent Treats, deca­ Flow­ers “I Do” Flow­ers, id­oflow­ Pho­tog­ra­phy Can­dace Berry, can­dace­ Sta­tionery A Cre­ative Des­tiny, cre­ativedes­ Venue Tuck Hall, saintstephen­

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