Shanna + Dave had an absolutely stunning classy wedding day at The Cocoa Room, Moncton NB. Complete with beautiful decor from The Cocoa Room and Shanna’s beautiful dress, it was the perfect summer wedding.
Vanessa + Bryan hosted their intimate wedding on a rainy day at the Richibucto River Resort. With colorful details, elegant decor, and their closest family + friends surrounding them, not even rain could ruin their day.
Some of my favorite images from their wonderful wedding day are below!
Hair + MUA: Amy Barter
Venue: Richibucto River Resort
I. AM. ENGAGED.
So exciting, right?! I am so filled with happiness and love and I imagine every person feels this way after the love of their life pops the question. And of course, even though you’re enjoying the beginning stages of your engagement, you start thinking about the wedding day. And then it starts getting stressful - overwhelming really. Where do you even start? Well, I’m here to help, with this super-duper-handy-list to help ease the stress of the first few months of your engagement.
1. Enjoy your engagement.
It’s that simple, really. Get a bottle of champagne, go out to your favorite restaurant, take a mini-trip, treat yo-selves. It seems obvious, but sometimes you forget to just enjoy. Throughout your engagement (whether it lasts 6 months or 5 years), don’t stop celebrating it together. Oh - and obviously throw an engagement party. Even if it’s just close friends/family BBQ’ing in the backyard, just do it.
2. Pick a date.
This is the easiest way to get the ball rolling on wedding planning. Discuss a date together, pick something that you know is feasible (financially, physically, and mentally). Discuss the pros and cons of summer vs fall, look at different weekends and pick a date you feel good about. Remember that vendors book up sometimes one or two year in advance, so it’s best to pick a date a little further away.
3. Figure out the type of wedding you want to have.
Small or big? Close friends and family only, or everyone? Sweet and romantic or fun and goofy? This can help narrow down venue choices, budget choices, and decor/colours/etc.
Once you’ve got these down, start looking at further planning and vendors for your big celebration. At the end of the day, just remember that as long as you have the love of your life by your side, and you’re surrounding by loving friends and family, your wedding day will be perfect.
(And yup - that’s us below. In the middle of a two week road-trip across Canada, hadn’t showered in 3 days, running off coffee and bagels. It was perfect.)