That there is some beautiful alliteration if I do say so myself.
But seriously, there are no other words to describe how incredibly perfect this wedding ceremony was – you know, except all the ones that will follow the ones I’m typing right now. 😉
As most of you might have heard, I flew to Winnipeg last weekend to attend/sing at one of my very good friend’s wedding. There was no doubt in my mind that I needed to make this trip happen, it was just something I didn’t want to miss. And I am so happy with my decision!
Here’s a little bit of info on the bride, Chantal:
- She is one of the kindest women I have ever met
- She has such an incredible laugh (I can just hear her now!)
- She’s got the kind of effortless beauty you can’t help but admire
- She’s got the planning skills of Monica Geller – with 4 arms
- She’s someone who I hope will always be present in my life – she is just that great of a person
So of course, I expected nothing short of perfection – and that’s exactly what it was.
The entire ceremony was set at Chantal’s parents’ beautiful farmhouse. On the front lawn, they had an area where the marriage took place, with beautiful white seats and plenty of umbrella’s set up to create shade on the hot summer day. They had used an old cabin wall as the backdrop, with the letters C and R hung up.
The same cabin’s walls were used for the backdrop where the dining tables, bar and dance floor were located in the hay barn – flawless!
The entire decor revolved around bicycles – based on their first date, and how Robert proposed.
Every last detail was planned to perfection. There’s no other way to say it. Chantal thought of everything – she even had kids toys and games to entertain them during downtime! On top of that, they invited all guests to come and camp on her parents’ property for the night so no one would have to drive home after the ceremony. Did I mention it was an open bar??
I wish nothing but happiness and ever-lasting love to this incredible couple.