Remember that cold, rainy spring? Southern Ontario had more than it’s share of March winds and April showers. Then one day, the sun came out. That was April 30th, Dana and Kyle’s wedding day. It was the perfect day for a country small town wedding; sun beaming, buds popping, birds a chirping. Hauser Hall in Heidelburg was the ideal setting, hosting both the ceremony and reception. With coordinating invites and menus beautifully crafted by Tracey from Little Details, and everything captured by the amazing Anne Edgar , the scene was pure loveliness.
Purple was the color of the day, with touches of spring green and cream. Dana chose an assortment of season flowers, including locally grown tulips, lisianthus, freesia and anemones, all at their peak of loveliness.
Shades of spring; anemones, velvety lisianthus, tulips, and wonderfully scented freesias nestled atop a bed of hydrangeas.
Frilly two-toned lisianthus and mauve freesias made up the bridesmaids’ bouquets, the colors working beautifully with the wedding stationary. and the rich purple of the bridesmaids’ dresses.
A handsome lineup, flanked by trumpet vases filled with hydrangeas, stocks, and towering delphinium.
Dana was wonderful to work with, and it was such a pleasure to be a part of this wonderful day.
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