Monthly Archives: October 2012
Janelle & Dan were married on a beautiful and hot September day at the family farm in the Blackburn area of Prince George, BC. Their farm wedding was a contrast to their engagement session we did back in June.
Janelle had a lot of great DIY wedding ideas for her wedding – our favorite was the hay bale benches. The guys arrived on an old Mercury Pickup, while Janelle and her father arrived in a 1926 Model T Ford. What a great way to start things off! After the ceremony we did some family and bridal party photos at the farm, before heading over for some newlywed photos on the way to their wedding reception at the Blackburn Hall. What a great day!
Congratulations once again to Janelle & Dan!
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We had been looking forward to Chrissy & Nathan’s 100 Mile Wedding in Prince George BC for some time now, and were excited it was finally here. We had a great time during their Engagement Shoot at Ginter’s Meadow, and knew their wedding would be amazing.
Chrissy is an energetic Do-It-Yourself Bride with so many awesome ideas. She decided to have a 100-Mile-Wedding, with local and organic food supplied mainly from within a 100-mile-radius of Prince George. Their beautiful backyard reception had some great DIY ideas – such as the tissue paper pom-poms hanging in the apple trees and the canoe filled with ice to hold the drinks.
We were all a bit worried about the weather – it was pouring rain on the morning of the ceremony. But it was forecast to clear off by the afternoon, and as luck would have it the forecast was right, which worked out perfectly for their 3pm ceremony time. It stopped raining around 1pm, with just enough time to dry off the chairs and finish decorating the yard, before Chrissy headed upstairs to finish getting ready.
After the ceremony we headed out to the Miworth Hall with Chrissy and Nathan to get some photos of the reception venue, before heading back along Miworth Road for some photos, and then down to Wilkins Regional Park along the Nechako River. What a beautiful location it was, made even better from having such a happy couple to work with.
The reception was an amazing assortment of DIY ideas as well! Chrissy made burlap table runners, tissue paper flowers in mason jar vases resting on tree cookies, more coffee filter pom-poms, mason jars covered with lace for drinking glasses – each with individual name tags, and much more. And the food was fantastic! What a great idea to have a 100-mile wedding. The local produce tasted amazing, and the chefs did a spectacular job – the pulled pork was definitely our favorite. Here are some of our favorite photos from their wedding day…
Congratulations once again to Chrissy and Nathan! Thank you for having us take part in your amazing wedding day!
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