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A Lavish Sweetheart Table & Chandelier of Blooms at this Stunning Bow Valley Ranche Restaurant Wedding
June 22, 2021
With fairytale florals, this stunning Bow Valley Ranche Restaurant wedding has officially stolen our hearts. After Ian and Dinusha had to change their original wedding plans due to the pandemic, they were able to turn a more intimate affair into a lavish one.
Beyond the Proposal created the most romantic day for Ian and Dinusha, and gorgeous blooms from Flowers by Janie make the setting even more sensational. Wait till you see the sweetheart table and antler chandelier overflowing with hydrangeas, roses, and greenery! It’s all beautifully captured by fine art wedding photographer Nicole Sarah Photography.
From the (Planner/Bride/Photographer):
This wedding was such a dream. Given that guest count had to be trimmed to fit with restrictions at the time, the couple was able to further stretch their budget and offer guests an unforgettable day. The extra budget room allowed for Flowers by Janie to create an absolutely stunning chandelier floral installation as well as a stunning ceremony arch that was repurposed during dinner. The couple chose to have a sweetheart table to adhere to restrictions so the arch created a lovely backdrop. Because it was a micro wedding, the couple was able to treat guests to an amazing 5 course meal complete with a full box of macarons for every attendee to take home. Nicole Sarah Photography
Artfully designed florals by Flowers by Janie in pink, blush, white and cream hues perfectly compliments the old world brick exterior. For those in love with romantic and lavish floral details, this wedding is ready for your Pinterest board!
Advice for Couples Currently Planning:
Remember it’s ultimately about a marriage not a wedding day. It’s easy to get swept up at the best of times. This pandemic has helped couples focus on what is important. For those choosing to have micro weddings, they’ve been able to utilize and maximize their original budget in creative ways that offer experiences to their close friends and family which truly are amazing and a reflection of who the couple is! Nicole Sarah Photography