Photographer Shari Tucker, who shot Evan & Laura’s wedding, writes: “Evan and Laura have both graduated from university music programs, so singing was a huge part of their wedding day. The ceremony and reception were filled with beautiful voices of friends and family…”
Ceremony: Trinity United Church, New Glasgow, NS // Reception: Camp Geddie near Merigomish, NS // Flowers: Zelda’s Flower Studio, New Glasgow, NS // Hair: Bryden Bond, True Colors Salon, Trenton, NS // Catering: Joanne Russell // Pork BBQ: Tom Peterson // Photography: Shari Tucker.
Melissa & Karsten’s Music Selections:
Prelude: Pop including Jack Johnson, Jason Mraz etc.
Bridesmaid’s Processional: Prelude from Cello Suite #1 – Bach
Bride’s Processional: Canon in D – Pachelbel
Signing of the Registry: Arioso – Bach
Recessional: Wedding March – Mendelssohn
Reception: Jazz and Celtic
A rustic ‘down home’ wedding in the heart of New Brunswick – shot by Fredericton wedding photographer Kandise Brown.
Bride Courtney writes “There were so many family members and friends that chipped in time, talents, and energy to help us get the wedding and reception, as well as the events the days before and after, off the ground. We really couldn’t have done it without those many helping hands.“
Hair: Blake Arsenault & Andrew Cameron // Dresses, Pocketsquares and Ties: Ryan Joelson // DJ and Pig Roast Guru: Alan Nason // Pianist: Alan Hawkins // Tent, Chairs, Glassware and Napkins: Advanced Fabrics // Tables and Tablecloths, Dishes: loaned by the Anglican Parish of Prince William, NB // Other Service Rentals: K. Moffitt and Sons, Harvey, NB // Shuttle: Trius // Officiant: Bridget Beswick // Photographer: Kandise Brown.
Liscombe Lodge is a secluded, rustic getaway for a wedding set on the shores of a tranquil river on Nova Scotia’s Eastern Shore. Jenn & Dave were married there this spring and braved a bit of gentle rain for photos by Nova Scotia wedding photographer Shari Tucker.
Last weekend Denise & Dominic tied the knot at the Domaine du Grand Pré winery in the Annapolis Valley. Nova Scotia wedding photographer Tanya Shields was there to capture the day.
Photography: Tanya Shields // Wedding Venue: Domaine du Grand Pré // Catering: Domaine du Grand Pré / Le Caveau Restaurant / Chef Jason Lynch // Flowers: Leticia Lynch
A little sampling of some wedding venues with water views near Halifax, Nova Scotia:
This morning I spotted an online query about wedding venues in Charlottetown, PEI. The bride wanted something unique and a bit different. The first space that jumped to mind was The Confederation Centre, a very large arts complex which houses a gallery, a library, halls and a theatre.
The Centre can accommodate intimate weddings up to large banquets with seating for hundreds of guests. One room in particular is striking – the stately, marble-lined Memorial Hall that looks out directly on historic Province House. Certainly not the only choice in Charlottetown, but a very versatile one.