Timeless winter elegance was given a modern and DIY twist in Britney and Luke’s gorgeous winter Saskatchewan wedding!
Their day began with an intimate and personal ceremony at St. Cecilia Church and ended with a cozy reception at Bethune K+S Community Hall. The crafty couple handmade most of the elements of their day, including the florals, centerpieces, and — most impressively — the wedding cake. Every detail, from the handmade decor to the modern, all-white bridal party attire, was thoughtfully curated and made everyone feel as if they’d stepped into a winter wonderland. The centerpieces were simple and elegant glass vases filled with pinecones and fairy lights on a gold charger plate with candles. The bride also made the table numbers from photos of Luke and herself at each age. They had a Sweet Treats Bar filled with homemade cookies, tarts, and pies, as well as a Caesar Bar. The wedding favor to each guest was our favorite homemade chocolate chip cookies that were made by a friend of the couple.
The look and feel they were going for was natural, effortless and timeless. The bride was wearing a beautiful lace A-line wedding dress with spaghetti straps and an open back, lace booties and a long veil. The couple chose some more modern/trending looks like the navy suits and brown shoes for the guys. And for the ladies, they kept it all in the theme of whites and off-whites for winter.
The wedding cake was a buttercream one decorated with edible glitter and pinecones. Get more of this beautiful wedding below!