Amy and Kerry’s Pink and Blue Vintage Canmore Wedding
Today I am pleased to share with you Amy and Kerry’s Pink and Blue Vintage Canmore Wedding. This beautiful wedding was set in the Rocky Mountains near Canmore, Alberta. It featured a wooden hexagon archway, a vintage car and the most stunning pink and blue florals. Check it out!
First, our beautiful bride, Amy, carried an incredible hand-tied bridal bouquet designed with white o’hara garden roses, quicksand roses, pale pink ranunculus, peach chrysanthemums, astilbe, pale blue delphiniums, eryngium, and a mixed variety of eucalyptus greenery. She also had three blush ranunculus in her hair. So sweet! I love this bride’s killer style! Her bridesmaids carried bouquets designed to perfectly match the bridal bouquet while standing out in front of their blush pink, floor length dresses. So lovely! Also, check out those adorable flower girls! I love the simple rose they carried! So cute!
On the other hand, the groom and his groomsmen wore a boutonniere designed to perfectly compliment the bride’s bouquet. It was designed with white spray roses, pink astilbe, delphinium, eryngium and a touch of eucalyptus greenery. The fathers of the bride and groom had boutonnieres as well. In addition, the mothers of the bride and groom wore matching corsages made of similar florals on grey pearl wristlets. We love honouring those special people in your life this way!
Furthermore, the floral decor for the ceremony and reception were nothing short of spectacular. The gorgeous wooden hexagon archway for the ceremony was adorned with white hydrangeas, peach chrysanthemums, quicksand roses, white o’hara garden roses, astilbe, salal and a mixed variety of eucalyptus greenery. It created the perfect focal point for the ceremony amidst the majestic Rocky Mountains. In addition, urns with similar flowers were placed at the start of the “aisle”. These floral arrangements were later used to decorate the reception venue. Moreover, loose Italian ruscus and eucalyptus greenery were used to create centrepieces for the head table and guest tables. Also, the cakes were topped with fresh quicksand roses, astilbe and a touch of eucalyptus greenery.
In conclusion, please enjoy these photos from Chic and Grace Studios. See below for a full list of vendors. I hope you are able to find some inspiration for your own wedding or event!