Enchanting Outdoor Ceremony
These brides are too cool for school! We love how laid back and beautiful their wedding is! They got all of the tiny details just right and we can't stop drooling over them! The flowers, the belt, that bow tie...can you blame us!? The lovely Alison Slattery Photography filled us in on the special day, including the air guitar playing grandmother!!
Sarah and Lindsay got married on May 24th at the Jamaican Pavillion on Park Jean Drapeau. For those of you who love F1, we had to drive on the circuit to get to the venue, pretty cool!! We had been on weather watch all day and unfortunately minutes before the ceremony it started to pour. We held our breath and just hoped it would clear off. It did!!! Sarah and Lindsay remained so calm during this time, it was very impressive. Their ceremony took place in a beautiful spot, right under a willow tree while family and friends watched as they read their vows to one another. Lindsay's dad officiated the wedding, Jesse who was also a bridesmaid, sang their entrance song and Lindsay's little sister did a reading. Someone special by the name of Pnut, sadly couldn't make the ceremony but was happily watching from home wearing the perfect bow tie for the occasion. Sarah was wearing a beautiful short white dress and turquoise shoes while Lindsay had a fabulous suit tailored for the special day. Both brides looked absolutely stunning. Their faces were never short of a smile for each other and you could feel the love throughout the day.
The ceremony was followed by lawn games and cocktail hour. As people made their way inside for dinner, everyone noticed how much work the brides put into their day. Every place setting was personalized by the girls, with some fun mad libs to do. The centre pieces were flowers made out of maps and candles with mason jars flooded the venue. They also had a fun gift table with some bunting made also from maps, suitcases for cards and old expo 67 paraphernalia including Grandma Hogan's expo entry passport. Dinner began with some speeches and then the taco station opened up. The brides had a first dance that involved everyone and instead of cake they had a table full of assorted delicious donuts. Grandma kicked off the photo booth and rumor has it she may have won the air guitar contest as well. She might be the coolest grandma ever.