Epic does not even begin to describe this wedding! And if you ask any of Cheryl and Ty’s 110 guests or any of the lucky vendors who were a part of this wedding, I know they would agree 100%.
Saturday, October 4, 2014 was a day I had been anxiously awaiting for a long time! The excitement that built while working with Cheryl for over a year to bring their dream wedding to life was overwhelming. The ideas, the details, and the consideration these two had for their wedding pretty much defined ideal clients.
When Cheryl and I started planning the details of their wedding, I knew it was going to be special. She embraced DIY challenges and was always up for my ideas of how to make the most of her wedding budget. With over a year to plan, we had so much fun sifting through Pinterest, visiting antique and thrift shops, and pulling all of the pieces together. Now if you don’t know by now, I am a lover of details and the details of this wedding are what my dreams are made of. Every element touched with love from both the bride and groom, unique and personal to the couple, and cohesive across the entire design. Take a peak…
While I won’t go into too much about the custom bean-bag-toss game gifted to the couple by the maid of honour or the hand-made golf-tee place cards, or the local honey guest favours, I NEED to give you some background about the table numbers. Cheryl had been back and forth on what she wanted to do for table numbers. She wanted to do something unique but couldn’t quite put her finger on what. Nothing cheesy and nothing over-the-top. As avid golfers, we came up with the idea to use the scorecards from the many golf courses she and Ty had played together as table names. Cheryl made a list of the courses and we actually called each and every one and asked them to mail us a physical score card. While we placed the scorecards on each table, we decided to hand-make wood signs for the table to keep the decor cohesive and make it easier for the guests to read. To personalize this element even further, Cheryl strategically sat specific people at the table names. For example, Ty’s family is from Jasper so they sat at the ‘Jasper Park Lodge’ table and the head table was Sunningdale Golf & Country Club in London Ontario because that is where the couple met – adorable right?! It was a subtle touch on the tables that meant a lot to those who noticed.
Now I invite you to soak up the rest of this incredible wedding… From a white-balloon-filled-reveal, first-time-ever ceremony location, fall flowers done perfectly, drinks, laughs, games, sparklers, and so much more, Cynthia from One12Photography caught each and every single special moment from this day!
Happy Anniversary you two gems! I hope you had fun reminiscing and I love you both to pieces!