Rustic Hazelnut Orchard Wedding in Abbotsford, British Columbia
January 22, 2015
Canada
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Whitney Krutzfeldt is serving up some serious sweetness by way of this wedding, and to say we love her for sending it our way would be a total understatement. Because this gallery? It's packed to the gills with sentimental details that will make you swoon. Oh, and we are totally tipping our virtual hats to She's My Florist for coming on board only ten days before the big day and knocking the floral design out of the park. So amazing.
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From The Bride...I use to always say the only thing I cared about my wedding was my dress, everything else would just fall into place. Naturally once I got engaged the first thing I did was look for a wedding dress. I went to a few places in Bellingham and Abbotsford and ended up at Agape Bridal where I was met with amazing service and friendliness. I tried on a dozen dresses and then a few more and found the one that was exactly what I dreamed it would be. The dress set the theme for the rest of my wedding, simple vintage elegance. I began collecting vintage vases, anything sea foam coloured and lanterns, I always wanted lanterns.

The flowers ended up being my favourite part, something I never thought I cared about, but I fell in love with succulents, since they were sea foam and unique. After many bumps in the road with florists, ten days before my wedding I was without a florist and in a panic entered She's My Florist. This quickly became my favourite part. She arranged bouquets of flowers I never knew existed in muted pinks purples and most importantly succulents. When asked about my favourite part, it would have to be my flowers.

The most important part to me was the ceremony and that our wedding showed the importance of community. We had our wedding at a friends property that had a beautiful view of the Frasier river and hazelnut orchard on the side. The venue provided a beautiful outdoor elegance. We set up a dance floor outlined by tube lighting on the grass so people could dance in their bare feet with the grass between their toes and offered ice cream sundaes after the ceremony so people could gather around, pull up a chair and talk over ice cream.

It was a beautiful day with many laughs, hugs and conversation. A day that showed the amazing community we have around us as we start this new adventure together!