Peaceful, timeless, elegant, memorable: all beautiful things for a wedding day to aspire to be. Ashley and Jonathan’s winery wedding in British Columbia, Canada was all of this and more. With incredible views of the mountains and the lake, a reserved palette of white, green and champagne, and an open-air tent at the reception, their celebration was filled with a romantic ambiance. This is the perfect way to show future brides and grooms that intentionally designing a wedding to fit well with the surroundings (whether that is outdoor, or an indoor venue!) is the best way to create a wonderful atmosphere.
Read on for more from the event planner, Created Lovely Events:
“Ashley and Jonathan had a very clear idea of how they envisioned their beautiful destination vineyard wedding at Painted Rock Estate Winery in Penticton, British Columbia. It was with great intention that their wedding would feel timeless, elegant, memorable. Surrounded by their closest friends and family, Ashley and Jonathan said “I do” overlooking the rolling vineyards and view of the Skaha Lake. Ashley looked breathtaking in her Monique L’huillier gown with a bouquet full of white and cream blooms and flowing silk ribbon. Ashley and her mother, Lola, had a hand in every detail from drying rose petals for tossing as they exited their ceremony and the beautiful quotes on the gold scripted ceremony programs by LaHappy Design. The bride and groom’s dog even dressed for the occasion! The wedding was more than just details though, the atmosphere was undeniably romantic. Guests sipped champagne while a live musician played acoustic guitar, guests dined over local cuisine with the sun setting over the lake, they danced under the stars to a live band, and they all left the weekend with local bottles of wine, macarons, and memories of the Okanagan Valley.”
Photographer Christie Graham Photography | Calligraphy Lahappy | Wedding Event Planner Nicole Sihlis Created Lovely Events |Videographer Jody Hill | Florals A New Leaf | Silk ribbon Stella Wolfe | Venue – Painted Rock Estate Winery | Caterer Joy Road | Cake Sweet On You | Music Side One Band | Officiant Young Hip & Married | Tidewater tent All Occasions party rentals @alloccasionpartyandevent | Cross back wooden chairsPerspective Event Design | Linen Pedersens Event rentals | Cutlery A&B Partytime | Glassware Westminster Party Rentals | Bride’s dress and veil Monique L’huillier from Bisou Bridal | Bride’s shoes Jimmy Choo | Maid of honour and bridesmaid dresses Ralph Lauren , BHLDN Beverly Hills, and Frocks Modern | Flower girl -vintage French basket- mother of the bride Lola Hall private collection. Rose petals from Lola Hall garden chosen from a variety of 15 different varieties of white French garden roses bushes | Groom’s attire Burberry | Groom’s shoes Paul Smith | Bridesmaids’s gift Louis Vuitton wallet | Photo lab: Photovision | Hair and Makeup Denise Elliott Makeup
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