Natasha and Steven share a love for all things chic and classy, but they also share a deep love for basketball! As a nod to their fav sport, they came up with a non-traditional guestbook in the form of a basketball jersey. The customized jersey had the couple's new shared name on the back and was signed by guests using permanent marker. Meanwhile, white florals and greenery paired perfectly with acrylic accents and twinkling fairy lights to create a romantic setup that channelled a European garden terrace!
This wedding was 50 shades of pink and we are here for all of them! Tuki and Gary tied the knot in a ceremony filled with rosy blooms from Covers Couture Décor & Floral Design. An ombré pink colour scheme reigned supreme throughout, and even extended to the couple's dessert table (the details on that blush carousel-themed wedding cake are out of this world!)
After being together for 17 years, Christine and Paul finally got married in an outdoor ceremony filled with pastel blooms! Floral enchantment was the name of the game for this wedding (planned entirely by the bride, by the way). Guests were treated to a blush, blue, and white springtime wonderland, not to mention the seriously over-the-top head table bursting with fresh cherry blossoms.
There's nothing more romantic than a love letter (especially in the digital age)! Samantha and Ken's love letter-inspired wedding was an ode to the many notes Ken wrote to Samantha in an effort to convince her to be his girlfriend. Books, typewriters, a "love letter"-titled guestbook, and bookmark wedding favors helped tie the whole theme together.