With their vast expansive views and rustic surroundings, Vineyards are the perfect setting for an intimate and rustic wedding; and Niagara on the Lake’s Ravine Vineyard is no exception. Kelly and Sean decided to get hitched at this picturesque location after falling in love with the overall aesthetic. For the big day, Kelly rocked a bohemian-meets-chic bridal style with her flowing gown and floral crown. Their wedding, brought to life by Jackie Penner Events, was the perfect balance of countryside, cozy and sophisticated!
From the Bride: It truly was the ‘Best Day Ever’! Our number one priority was that our guests had fun, and all we can validate for sure is that our friends and family made it so much fun for us! Their energy was amazing and hard to describe unless you felt it. They made our day what it was, which was incredibly special and memorable. We laughed, we cried, we danced, and it was perfect!
Lucky for us, Young Glass Photography was on hand to capture all of the beautiful moments from this gorgeous wedding.
Kelly and Sean had their first look as their family and friends watched from afar. The venue’s natural elements provided beautiful backdrops for their photo session.
The couple exchanged vows under an archway with flowy fabric and greenery that complemented Kelly’s dress and crown.
The reception’s open tent provided a stunning view of the vineyard. The long wooden tables were lined with white table runners and florals from Madame Blanche. The greenery and white roses in vases were a lovely contrast to the long wooden tables and chairs. Gold-accented table numbers accompanied the lantern centerpieces on top of tree trunk slivers. After the sun set, the candles and floating lights illuminated the tent as Kelly and Sean had their first dance. The couple were joined by their guests as they danced the night away to music from The Jade Monkeys.
Love these! Where were the first look photos taken?
Beautiful photos! I would also like to know where the initial photos were taken? Was this also a part of the Vinyards Estate? -perhaps a B&B that they offer on the property?