DIY weddings have this very simple power. They make my heart happy. And when it’s a DIY wedding that is bursting with lush florals from Sunflower Florist and two of the sweetest brides you will ever lay your eyes upon, well… that’s an entirely new level of awesome. Because this, lovelies, is the kind of wedding that takes crafting to the extreme with fab paper goods, lovely wooden signs and a whole lot of joy-filled moments captured by Green Pomme Photography. See them all in the full gallery.
From Sunflower Florist… Amy and Tatum had a storybook wedding, from beginning to end. Minnekhada Lodge in Coquitlam was the perfect backdrop for their special day. The beautiful couple decorated the beautiful lodge with classic colours: yellow, cream and green. They dressed tables with burlap, with plants in wooden boxes and vintage picture frames for table numbers. Amy and Tatum handmade invitations, flags, wooden signs, and the cake stand. They also turned a vintage glass door into a seating chart, and Amy made a one-of-a-kind wooden ring box. The mother of one of the brides made the two felt stuffies to go with the cake, which was gluten free with almond flour. It was very important for Amy and Tatum to formally tie the knot in front of their family and friends from across Canada and the US. So they did exactly that, with creative style! They will treasure that knot for the rest of their lives.
Photography: Green Pomme Photography | Flowers: Sunflower Florist | Cake: Jo-Anne Nicholson | Ceremony Venue: Minnekhada Heritage Lodge | Reception Venue: Minnekhada Heritage Lodge | Shoes: Nordstrom | Wedding Bands: Family | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Allure Bridals | Catering: Truffles Fine Food | Makeup: Avi Beauty Atelier | Hair: Jaclyn Lewis | DJ: Discount DJ Len | Amy's Dress: Lisa's Bridal | Bridal Jewellery: Elsa Corsi at Jeweliette Jewellery | Engagement Rings: Moissanite Co. | Groomsmen Attire: Nordstrom | Tatum's Dress: Bellevue Bridal | Transportation: Poco Inn