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Saltspring Island Wedding: Catherine & Clark

Posted At : October 15, 2008 11:20 AM   |  Posted By : Bridal Network   |  Views: 13,708
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Story by OnEdge Events
Photos by Linda Matteson-Reynolds

Real Weddings in Canada

Bride & Groom: Catherine & Clark Wedding Date: July 26th, 2008 Venue: Salt Spring, British Columbia

Salt Spring island is the largest of BC's Gulf Islands. Home to indisputably eccentric, laid back, offbeat, and most importantly, friendly people.

With the bride having spent her summers on this Island growing up it was exactly what she had dreamt for her Big Day. The wedding was held on the mother of the bride's property, which had been originally owned by the bride's grandparents. Guests from all over the world travelling had no idea what to expect.

Perched up on a hill was the "Clarks Cottage" overlooking the Ganges Harbour – the Ceremony began when then Bride arrived in by a 42ft Yacht and docked to walk up the property's hill while Guests gazed in awe of the views.

A Classical Trio played as the Guests enjoyed Cocktails while taking their photos in the Woodsy Photo Booth and brushing up on their Croquet skills.

They enjoyed their Dinner under a White Tent around the soft fumes of lavender at each place setting.

Wedding Services Used

Wedding Planner: OnEdge Events
Linda Matteson-Reynolds (Photographer)
Classical Trio Respighi
Florists: Everlasting Summer, Flowers by Arrangement, Oh La La Floral Design
Caterer: Christine Godlonton at Dinner's Ready
Marriage Commissioner: Len Kozak
DJ: Simone Lamers

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