Emilie and Jeremy’s summer wedding is a mesmerizing story that captures the essence of love, joy, and the stunning fall season. Every detail was carefully curated to create an alluring atmosphere in a sun-drenched venue adorned with awe-inspiring floral creations by Blush and Bloom. The skills of renowned photographer, Scarlet O’Neill, ensured every cherished moment was immortalized, preserving the pure magic shared between the couple for eternity. Paper & Poste worked their magic in crafting invitations and stationery that set the tone for the celebration.
But this wedding was not just about the picturesque setting and elegant décor. They envisioned an entrance that would showcase their individuality and leave their guests in awe. Determined to make the night unforgettable, they hatched a brilliant plan to kick off the festivities in a way that their loved ones had never experienced before.
The couple’s photo session took them on an outdoor adventure, capturing the essence of their love amidst nature’s breathtaking backdrop. While the outdoor photos portrayed their genuine connection and radiance, the captivating photos captured inside the venue, with Emilie and Jeremy holding swords, added a touch of mystique and excitement.
The reception was a masterpiece of collaboration, where every detail was meticulously crafted by a team of exceptional vendors. Toben Food by Design crafted an irresistible menu, and V Productions, experts in audio and visual production, enchanted everyone with their captivating lighting and flawless sound design.
Eventure Design adorned Grace venue with delicate drapery, setting the stage for a charming atmosphere that whisked guests away to a magical realm. Simply Beautiful Decor provided elegant rentals, ensuring every detail radiated style and sophistication. With Ryan Macdonald as the DJ, the dance floor pulsated with an exhilarating blend of music, igniting a contagious energy that lasted throughout the night.
Their grand entrance began with a duel unlike any other. Jeremy, with their expertise in stage combat, and Emilie’s karate background, brought their skills together in a choreographed performance. Set to the beats of Lindsey Stirling’s “Roundtable Rival,” their movements told a love story, transitioning from a search for a fight to a passionate dance.