Up next from the Tone it Up girls is the ultimate total body workout for that little white rehearsal dinner dress! Nothing beats feeling good the day before you walk down the aisle and this workout is sure to give your whole body a good ol’ kick in the bridal butt. Once you’ve completed this intense workout, check out the Tone It Up girls’ arm workout and abs workout for even more #ShedtoWed fun.
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Canada is famous for its friendly people, killer hockey and bone-chilling cold. But don’t let the weather stop you from having a winter wedding, because trust us, Canadian winter weddings can be truly magical. Sprinkle in a few of these cozy, warm touches, and your wedding will be the perfect winter wonderland. Which is your favorite?
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From magnificent vistas of the Canadian Rockies to fresh snow fall on a winter day, Canada’s natural beauty provides the stunning backdrop for these six adorable couples as they celebrate their engagements. Get ready for seriously swoon-worthy engagement sessions in the slideshow below!
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Sometimes the sweetest things in life are also the simplest, and — if this darling engagement session from photographer Lauren Kurc is any indication — we think this saying definitely rings true. Take a peek at the sweet gallery here, to see the Bride-to-be’s to-die-for ring and adorable tulle ballerina skirt, amidst all the love from this native Vancouver couple’s hometown e-sesh.
From Lauren Kurc… Spending the afternoon with these two was a dream. Planning an engagement session from a far can sometimes take some work but Diana had a clear vision and we decided the spend a hazy and warm Vancouver afternoon at the Art Gallery. With private access to the gallery roof and lovely light, I was able to capture this sweet couple on film. Both the Bride and Groom, originally from Vancouver, but now residing in Alberta, wanted to capture something iconic that represented their hometown.