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We LOVE a good winter wedding featuring rich emerald tones, and this Edmonton event is a perfect example of how a monochromatic colour scheme can look effortlessly classic and elegant. Plus, the bride’s list of first looks includes one with her horse (yes, you read that right, her horse!) so really, what’s not to love?

From the Photographer:

With a full house in attendance, Sam & Neil saw each other for the first time as Sam walked down the aisle. The ceremony commenced at the gorgeous neo-gothic St. Jean Baptiste Church in Morinville. Wanting to have the best of both indoors and outdoor formal photos on a cold blustery day, the Enjoy Centre served as our industrial modern background where Sam’s bridesmaids dresses made the backdrop feel sleek yet classic with their rich shades of black, and for the outdoor formal photos, the ladies draped themselves in green blankets and Sam a white fur shawl lending warmth and a soft yet elevated feel. The bouquets, composed of white and green, were the perfect contrast to the black dresses and the monochrome palette gave texture to the snowy background. The gents dressed in charcoal grey suits, which allowed Neil to shine in his classic black suit.Pam Kriangkum

From the Photographer:

With the handkerchief that had been passed down four generations in her family tucked into her dress, Sam met her father outside their family farmhouse for her first look. With her dad playing such a big role in her life, it was imperative to her that she got to surprise and spend a moment with him before being whisked off to meet Neil.

Sam also had a first look with her horse Snoop, who was gifted to her by her dad many years ago, and while Snoop was hesitant at first (he didn’t recognize her in the dress!), Sam and her old friend reconnected amongst the swirling snow, and we took some ethereal portraits before heading down the backroads to the church.Pam Kriangkum

Photographer: Pam Kriangkum // Bride’s Dress: The Bridal Boutique (Edmonton, AB) ( // Grooms & Groomsmen Suits: Simons // Bridesmaid Dresses: The Bridal House // Florist: Flowers on the Fly // Makeup: HP Makeup Artistry by Pamela Neufeld // Hair: Nikki Snips

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