You know when you meet a couple at their engagement session and you cant help but gush over how adorable they are together…its going to be an amazing wedding day.
2013 was a year filled with fabulous weddings and equally fabulous people. These two love birds were married in Summerland, BC at the Summerland Resort…the perfect backdrop for their day. Erin left no detail untouched, right down to the personally wrapped tissues and the custom beanbag board…truly you could feel the love that was put into every bit of the day. Of course the details were not the only love you could feel, it was easy to see that these two adore each other and we are so thrilled to have been a part of every moment.
Sometimes we think we are just too lucky. We are so thankful to capture these moments…
the White Linen girls
wedding planner | the Bride erinandluke.weebly.com
venue | Summerland Waterfront Resort (http://www.summerlandresorthotel.com/)
food | Local (http://www.thelocalgroup.ca/)
dj | John Byrne (http://www.johnbyrnemusic.com/)
musician | Olivia Walsh & Sandra Wilmot
hair | Tie the Knot Hair Design (http://www.tietheknothairdesign.com/)
makeup | Jenny McKinney (http://jennymckinney.com/)
florist & decor | Defining Décor (http://definingdecor.com/)
dress | Alfred Angelo @ Isabelle’s Bridal (http://www.isabellesbridal.com)
bridesmaid dresses | Bill Levkoff
guys duds | Indochino (www.indochino.com)
What was the most memorable part of your day?
The ceremony – personal vows, spectacular setting, technology-free audience, and a very handsome man standing across from me. The other part was our first dance. We entered the reception and immediately danced. The whole crowd clapped along with our song (Home by Edward Sharpe), it was magical.
Any advice for those getting married in the future?
Love every minute and make it custom. So many of our details were so personal to Luke and I – our wedding was very ‘us’.
If you could do it all over again, would you change anything?
NOTHING. It was perfect. (*if I had an additional $5K I would have also hired a videographer)
What was your favorite wedding day purchase?
Custom Bean Bag toss is definitely up there… unlike our attire – this will be enjoyed for years and years to come. I also loved my sash and headband… I have a ‘small’ headband collection, so the custom headband was a nice way to tie in one of my favourite accessories and the ribbon that both the sash and headband were from was AMAZING. Mokuba in Toronto has the nicest ribbon anywhere, hands down.
We always love when our brides (and grooms) share little bits from the day. Big thanks to Erin & Luke for taking the time!