Simply Beautiful
Ottawa Wedding Magazine
by Bryan
4M ago
Melanie and Jesse | August 11, 2023 Photos by Savannah and Yvonne, Of Wild and Wander Melanie and Jesse’s summer wedding was strikingly lovely, thanks to the pared-back aesthetic, refined colour palette, clean-lined polish and focus on celebration. The bride describes the style as minimal, timeless and characterized by elegant neutrals. The look was achieved, she adds, with “white florals and minimal greenery and a simple golden arch backdrop. White linens and napkins. We also made our beautiful table numbers with a mixture of beige/white travertine stone. “All of our wonderful ..read more
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The Engagement Shoot
Ottawa Wedding Magazine
by Bryan
4M ago
An engagement photo shoot is an indelible way to celebrate your life-changing decision. Often, this popular option kicks off the next phase of your relationship: planning the wedding. In some cases, couples hold the shoot and them send out one of the photos to let their nearest and dearest know the engagement news. A compelling benefit of booking an engagement photo session is the opportunity to get used to working with a photographer. If you’re not fond of getting your picture taken, this is your chance to get comfortable. Typically, your engagement photographer will also be the one capturin ..read more
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Wedding film photography is enjoying a comeback
Ottawa Wedding Magazine
by Bryan
5M ago
Like a phoenix, analog wedding film photography is rising from the ashes. Considered a relic since 2010, it is now experiencing a resurgence in popularity. But what explains this unexpected enthusiasm? The resurgence of film photography is not new. Eastman Kodak Company was already feeling the intensity, receiving massive demands to produce 35mm film in recent years. That was in 2022, and yet the popularity of this old format continues to grow until today. The director of the Gosselin store at Place de la cite, Quebec, also spoke about the subject:“The demand is very strong in fact. Even supp ..read more
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An Irish Wedding
Ottawa Wedding Magazine
by Bryan
5M ago
on the Emerald Isle or in Ottawa Photos courtesy of Abel Honor New York If you’re one of the umpteen Ottawa and Ottawa Valley residents who are Irish on more than St. Patrick’s Day, you’re far from alone. The 2021 Census reveals there are 4.4 million Canadians with Irish origins and censusmapper.ca suggests that, based on Canada Census 2016, 18.8 per cent of Ottawans have some Irish roots. Faith and begorrah! It’s fine news, indeed, especially for engaged couples. That’s because whether it’s you, your beloved or both of you with some Irish ancestry, an extra special occasi ..read more
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Make It Yours Injecting your personality into your wedding day
Ottawa Wedding Magazine
by Bryan
5M ago
By Kylie Best For the wedding guest who has multiple events to attend in a season, the celebrations can start to blend together and feel formulaic. It’s no surprise couples are often looking for ways to make their wedding day unique and personal to them. How do you make sure your wedding stands out amongst the competing events in your guests’ social calendars? We can help! Pick a theme A themed event can be refreshingly entertaining as an adult. Choosing a common element and running with it can make your day cohesive while adding a bit of whimsy. Movie lovers can treat their guests to an even ..read more
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Dominica, the Nature Island that leaves you wanting more
Ottawa Wedding Magazine
by Bryan
5M ago
Fantasizing about discovering a location where it seems time stood still? Where visitors can experience unforgettable beauty and limitless adventures with its lush rainforests, breathtaking waterfalls, and volcanic peaks. Well, this is Dominica, (pronounced Dom-in-EEK-a) one of the Caribbean’s best-kept secrets. Snuggled between Guadeloupe and Martinique, Dominica stands apart from her neighbors with her untouched landscape and coined name, the Nature Island of the Caribbean. If the lush scenery is not enough to captivate travelers, then some relaxation will be. Global travel authority Lonely ..read more
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Sophistication and Whimsy
Ottawa Wedding Magazine
by Bryan
10M ago
Nicole and Sebastiano | September 3, 2022 Photos by Age of Indie “Like so many brides who dream of their big day,” Nicole says, “I had a specific vision for what I wanted our wedding to look like. For me, it was a blend of sophistication and whimsy, with a touch of nature’s beauty. I wanted to create a modern, enchanted garden while still holding on to that classic wedding feel. Above all else, I wanted it to be a party.” As for décor, “We chose a colour scheme of pink and gold, with lots of greenery. Pink symbolized love and romance, while the gold added a touch of glamour and sophistication ..read more
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Garden Chic
Ottawa Wedding Magazine
by Bryan
10M ago
Casandra and David | May 29, 2022 Photos by Carley Teresa Photography Casandra and David had their first date at Somewhere, a restaurant on Murray Street in downtown Ottawa. When it came time for their wedding, that life-changing date served as the foundation for the celebration. Literally. Their custom dance floor, by Ottawa Dance Floors, was inscribed with the words From Somewhere to Forever. The unique touch to symbolize the couple’s love story was one of many for Casandra and David’s big day. After the ceremony at St. Elias Cathedral, they held a cocktail hour outdoors at Orchar ..read more
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Coming Together of Two Cultures
Ottawa Wedding Magazine
by Bryan
10M ago
Shrey and Jagpreet | April 14, 2023 Photos by Amar Studio It was the “perfect mixture of intimate family and friends, laughter and mischief, as well as loads of colour and culture,” says Shrey Shree, who married Jagpreet Sekhon this past spring. “Our day was truly a coming together of two cultures and traditions.”  Shrey is Hindu and Jagpreet is Sikh. They met at work in 2019. “We were lucky enough to not only have one but two weddings in two different cities,” the bride notes. Since Jagpreet is from Toronto, the first celebration was in that city April 10, followed by festivities in ..read more
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Nostalgic and Wonderfully Playful
Ottawa Wedding Magazine
by Bryan
1y ago
Amanda and Paul | June 4, 2022 Photos by Jason Herda As the saying goes, there’s no place like home—especially when it comes to hosting your wedding. For Amanda Loppen it was extra special to hold her celebration at the place where she spent her childhood. That place was a farm in Lanark, where she and her brothers grew up climbing trees and roaming freely.  “I had always envisioned being married in my front yard, underneath the hundred-year-old maples that stood there,” she explains. There was only one problem. Her parents had sold the property. Still, when she and her fianc ..read more
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