With an intimate guest list of less than 40 people, this beautiful fall wedding is the perfect example of a new emerging trend: Micro Weddings! Featuring terracotta tones, plum accents, rattan decor, and coloured glassware, this intimate countryside wedding in Southern Alberta is filled to the brim with curated moments, personal details, and tons of inspiration for fall!
Morning Moments & Details
We had so many epic wedding failures – the wind knocked over our favour display, our catering/dinner was late, two of my bridesmaids tripped down the aisle (yes… two of them), and a number of other problems that popped up throughout the day.
See our post 8 Things That Went Wrong on My Wedding Day (and what you can do to make sure they don’t happen at yours)
What I learned, is that no matter how much you plan, or how many contingencies you have, something will inevitably go wrong. So the best thing to do, is have a solid plan in place, and then try your best to be flexible (or just laugh it off) when something goes wrong (because it will).
See our 8 wedding fails here.
Reception & Decor
All vendors: Wedding Designer: Rebekah Brontë Designs // Coordinator: Moments by Madeleine // Photography: Kadie Hummel // Videography: The Toth’s Photo & Film // Florals: Hen & Chicks // Event Rentals: Special Event Rentals, Lotholz & Co, Rustic Rentals by JL, JM Wilkinson Co, Prairie Bazaar, Orange Trunk // Hair Stylist: Jessie Liao // Stationery: Bexley Design Co // Makeup: ML Artistry // Cake: Pretty Sweet Co // Robe: Monograph // Boutique: Bridal Boutique // Gown: Martina Liana // Suit: Indochino //Bridal Hairpiece: Davie & Chiyo // Bridesmaids’ Hair Pins: Joanna Bisley Designs // Monogram Pins: Lark & Ives // Ring: Anna Sheffield // Favours: Bronte Bride x Preserved
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