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Log Cabin Wedding in Vintage Flair

Summer brings on a different kind of cabin fever. And this darling Quebec wedding made the most of it’s rustic surroundings by cracking out the heirloom record player, lawn games, and some great food from Black Strap BBQ (and they don’t skimp of the poutine for all you Québécois folks out there). Lachance Photo captured some lovely pictures of the day. For more of the festivities, check out the full gallery here.

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From Lachance Photo… Tom & Elizabeth, this amazing and sweet couple had a vintage vision of their wedding day, and it all fell greatly into place on that beautiful sunny day.

The ceremony set up was perfectly laid out in the spacious backyard of a log cabin, with a view of the lake. A welcoming smell was in the air, lavender flowers were present on a small table, and small arrangement of flowers in small jars posted along the isle path. A good friend of the bride and groom was the officiant.

The vintage details were present during the entire day, ranging from the old record player that had a family sentimental value, wooden frames with quirky words, rustic place mats with the menus, and golden frame for table arrangements to hanging flags (just married).

Guests had plenty to entertain themselves, ranging from classic outdoor games such as giant Jenga, which was built by the bride and her father to the traditional croquet. The sun was right on cue, and the rays would fill the colorful room that was garnished with paper balloons, and showcasing the table arrangements with flowers in bright blue old fashioned jars. Some of the vintage decor were the bride’s and groom’s personal collection, as well as one of the bridesmaid’s.

The diner started with a music performance from the newly weds and their bridal party! For guests feast, whether you had a sweet tooth, or just wanted something to munch on, a variety of candies were at their disposal, including a popcorn machine! The bride’s mother even made the caramel apples. The guests enjoyed some beef brisket, smoked chicken, Southern Greens, Memphis BBQ sauce, coleslaw, bacon beans and the traditional Quebec’s poutine.

What a gorgeous wedding with amazing people!

Photography: LachancePhoto | Wedding Dress: J.S. Collections | Wedding Dress: J.S. Collections | Bride's Shoes: J.Bloom | Bridesmaids Dresses: ModCloth | Groom's Shoes: Pegabo | Grooms Suit: Black Brown | Best Ladies' Dress: Ixia | Bride's Veil: Stella & Dot | Bride's Wedding Ring: Le Vian | Candies: Bulk Barn | Dessert: Rockaberry | Dinner Catering: Blackstrap BBQ | Keyboard Rental: Steve's Music | Paper Lanterns: Paper Lantern Store | Table, Chair, Dish, And Popcorn Machine Rentals: Groupe ABP | Tablecloths: Linen Tablecloth | Ties + Pocket Square: The Tie Bar | Veil: Stella And Dot | Vintage Signs + Candy Table: Amy And Jen Rentals | Wedding Venue: Cheshire Lodge

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DIY Quebec Wedding at Cheshire Lodge from Junophoto

Get ready to have your socks charmed right off, because this fabulous fête captured by Junophoto is seriously adorable. And sweet. And beautiful. Right down to the core, everything sitting in this gallery is what weddings are all about, and that just makes me so incredibly happy. See why here.


From the Bride… Etienne and I think love and happiness grows by being shared and the idea of getting married was foremost a way to share this love and happiness we have been experiencing for the past eleven years together. We searched a long time for that perfect location for our wedding. We were looking for an intimate place in the middle of nature with a rustic feel. Cheshire lodge was the best place! We fell in love at first sight!

A good advice for couples preparing their wedding is to engage the people around you to help. It is incredible what people can do for the cause of LOVE! We gave a mission to every person that was interested in having one. Everybody around us took their mission very seriously and gave their all to please us. It was so beautiful and touching to see all of our close friends and family work towards that project for the whole year!

Etienne’s mother (Anita) and sister (Clara) were dedicated to the table setting. All of the wonderful flowers and herbs are from Anita’s garden. Clara had the brilliant idea to reuse the centerpieces as wedding favors (eco-friendly we like!) The bouquets and boutonnières were fastidiously made by Atelier Carmel. Practically, every aspects of our wedding was diy. We even wanted to prepare the food at one point, but decided to be realistic to the relief of our family. We wanted the meal to be vegetarian and Miss Prêt à manger was one of the only caterer in Montreal to satisfy our needs! Also, because we like cheese so much, my sister and brother in law prepared cheese platters to die for!

When it was time to choose the photographer, we opted for Juno photo. Wedding pictures can be easily cheesy, but Junophoto was everything except that! They have a fun, creative and modern look. We were very pleased by our photos! The mason jar theme all started with the invitations that we had a lot of fun doing! Guests were drinking from mason jars, the flowers and candles were also placed in mason jars and let’s not forget the wedding favors; strawberry jam prepared on a sunny Sunday at my parent’s cottage with a lot of love and dedication from our
friends and family!

We really took the time to personalize the ceremony and every details of this beautiful sunny day and everything was better than expected!

Photography: Junophoto | Wedding Dress: David's Bridal | Groom's Suit: Tristan | Bouquets + Boutonnières: Atelier Carmel | Caterering: Miss Prêt à Manger | Wedding Venue: Cheshire Lodge

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