Archive for the ‘Winter Weddings’ Category.

6 Christmas wedding photography tips and ideas you’ll love

Are you a future bride planning a Christmas wedding? Since we are already in Christmas mood, we decided to share with you 6 […]

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New Year’s Eve Wedding

New Year’s Eve Wedding

What better way to ring in the new year than by getting married on December 31! A New Year’s Eve wedding can be romantic and fun, all your closest friends and family will be with you on your wedding day and to ring in the new year! But as with all wedding planning there are pros and cons to having a NYE wedding. Pros Because it’s the holidays you know your friends and family can get the time off work to come to your wedding, however there might still be some who prefer to do their own thing on New Year’s and will turn down the RSVP, but that means those who do come are going to be very party hearty at your reception! You’ll be ringing in the new yer in style all dressed up in your gown, and there will be fireworks and sparklers to not only celebrate the new year, but give your wedding a sense of wonder.

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New Year’s Eve Wedding

What better way to ring in the new year than by getting married on December 31! A New Year’s Eve wedding can be […]

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Flowers 101 for Your Wedding

Unless you already work with flowers or have experience with seasonal bouquets, choosing flowers for your wedding might come as a challenge if you’re not […]

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Kingston Wedding

Get Married at Canadian Museum!

Getting married in a museum is a growing trend amongst brides and grooms. Museums offer a unique and personal feel to the wedding, […]

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Choosing the Right Church

Choosing the Right Church

When you’re considering where you should hold your ceremony you might consider a church, which is traditional but not a necessity, unless it is meaningful to you. If you’re not a regular church goer and you decide to hold your ceremony in a particular church be prepared to speak directly with the minister/pastor/priest.

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