Feature on TheKnot.com

Could we be any more thrilled to have our styled shoot featured on TheKnot.com? This was by far one of my favourite colour palettes and styled shoots we took part in! 
It's the perfect way to close out 2014!

Check out the entire feature here!

Thanks to everyone who took part in this shoot!
Kiss The Bride - Coordination
Dows - Tux & Accessories
City View Bakehouse - Cake / Sweets
Lowell Productions - Video


Kat & Craig Tie the Knot

Because I'm a born and raised Islander, a nautical themed wedding is near and dear to my heart. It feels like home. 

No detail was forgotten when it came to Kat & Craig's nautical themed wedding this past August. Rich blues, complimented by subtle peaches and pinks, brought this theme to life. I also enjoyed the beautiful stationery provided by Kim Roach because it brought Kat & Craig's vision full circle. 

Completing this nautical theme was a most beautiful bride and a handsome groom who are so very obviously in love. They're that couple that you look at and just know - they are in sync with each other and their love for one another is the stuff of fairy tales. I truly enjoyed getting to be a part of their day and am so very excited to share these photos with you.

They've got all aspects of a nautical theme covered - right down to the socks!

Kat made a stunning bride - this smile was on her face all day!

These simple and gorgeous pew markers added a beautiful touch to the ceremony.

See what I mean about that smile?!

The reception was where the nautical theme really came together. Every detail imaginable was covered!

Kat & Craig's signature drinks were a hit with all guests. 

Clean, crisp white and gorgeous blues made for beautifully decorated tables. 

Hearts & Flowers provided all the flowers, including these stunning centre pieces. They brought a beautiful contrasting color to the decor. 

What's a wedding without sweet treats for the guests to enjoy? Once again, the nautical theme flowed seamlessly to this display and these delicious sweets were enjoyed by many. 

Wishing this couple many years of happiness and love!

Photography courtesy of Jane Decle Photography
Wedding Coordination & Design: Kiss The Bride
Ceremony Location: Our Lady of Mont-Carmel
Reception Location: Centre Goeland
Caterer: Chef Ross Munro from Prince Edward Island Culinary Adventures
Flowers: Hearts and Flowers
Music: Zack Squires
Stationery: Kim Roach Design


The Little Things

If I had to pick one specific thing that I love about weddings (which is hard, since there's so much to love!), I would have to say it's "the little things". 

By this, I mean the unique touches that each couple brings to a wedding. Whether it be a beloved pet, a hobby they share, or a family tradition, all of these can be incorporated into a wedding day to help create an intimate and personal atmosphere. Infusing the personalities and interests of each couple into a wedding day truly speaks to what is important to them. 

Take a peek at these special touches added to some of our previous weddings. The little things become more than just "little things" - they become the voice of our sweet couples and speak to who they are and what they love!

Instead of table numbers, Pam and Kent named each of the guest tables after a place that holds special meaning to them. 

It was important to Jenn and Eddie that they include this special guy in their ceremony. He was given the exciting job of announcing the arrival of the bride! Too sweet!

Jenn and Eddie also wanted to make their guests feel special by adding these gorgeous details to each place setting. Each guest had a place card with their own menu printed inside, as well as a box of locally made chocolate truffles. 

Lee loves Batman, so this tiny Batman peeking out of Lee and Gen's wedding cake brought in a special touch to their wedding that was important to Lee.

Jason is a huge Super Mario Bros fan, so Jasmine surprised Jason with the cute addition of Mario and Luigi to their wedding cake peeking out the back.

For Liz and Cam, Scottish heritage was a key factor in their wedding day. The family tartan was used as inspiration for their color palette. 

As an animal lover, I can really appreciate Becky and Dan's special touches! Their dog, Molly, played a huge role in their elopement and this beautiful collar matched their design perfectly. They even chose their wedding colours based on Molly's collar! 

It's always special when family comes together to help a bride and groom. Sara and Craig's family baked some seriously yummy pies, which the guests were treated to instead of a cake!

As you can see, the smallest details can have the biggest impact!

Photos provided by the following photographers:


Jenn & Eddie

It's not every day that you get to work with a couple who are so unique & have such a clear vision of exactly what they want their wedding day to be. Though we connected first online, I was able to spend some time with Jenn & Eddie when they visited PEI from their home in Barbados a couple of times throughout the year that we worked together. 

Yes, I said Barbados.

I remember their first trip to PEI! We had our first site visit out to the PEI Preserve Company & it was the coldest day of the 2012 winter. Quite the change from the sunshine and warmth in the south! :) Nevertheless, we had a great time touring the grounds, while we worked out details & planned logistics all the afternoon. 

Jenn & Eddie's wedding was recently featured on WeddingBells.com and if you look at the amazing work of photographer Heather Wilkinson below, you will be able to see why!

Jenn was a bride of impeccable taste & class! The colour palette she chose and the vision of their wedding came through in all of the details.

 Jenn's family is from PEI. They are a sweet, down home, kind & adorable family who were welcoming and so wonderful to work with! Jenn's father even performed the wedding ceremony himself! It was fun to host an Island wedding and showcase all of PEI's beauty, talent and culinary masterpieces for Eddie's family who traveled from Barbados to be here!

Thanks to Cynthia MacLeod & Co for showing everyone what a party on PEI looks & sounds like & the staff & Daniel Brenan Brickhouse for the exceptional service throughout the entire event! 

Photography courtesy of Heather Wilkinson
Wedding Coordination & Design: Kiss The Bride
Bridal gown: Reem Acra from Ever After
Cake: City View Bakehouse
Caterer: Chef Adam Loo from Murphy Group of Restaurants
Favours: Normal Love Confections from Swiss Chalet Fine Foods
Flowers: Hearts and Flowers
Groom’s suit: Cesare Attolini
Music: Cynthia MacLeod
Stationery: Coral Pheasant and Kim Roach Design
Transportation: Prestige Limousine