Angela + Graydon

{Windermere Manor London Ontario Wedding Photography}

Describe the vision/theme you had for your wedding in 5 words or less: Fun and romantic night to remember!

What are you favorite memories of your wedding day?
Bride: Dancing with my friends and family and feeling surrounded by love
Groom: Holding hands during the ceremony listening to the reading “blessing of the hands” and thinking about our future together while feeling support from our family and friends around us.

Best wedding related decision:
Besides booking HRM (amazing pictures!), choosing Windermere as our venue. Jacey made sure the day ran smoothly.

Favourite detail: Our Canucks jersey guestbook and seeing the fun people had signing it. Having it framed on the wall is a great way of remembering the event with just a glance.

Advice for future brides & grooms: Don’t worry so much about making sure everyone is having a good time. Just make sure you’re having a good time and your guests will too.

Would you change anything if you could do it all over again? Nothing!

Best surprise of the day: Being out on the dance floor with guests that we didn’t know could let loose like that!

VENDORS:
Ceremony Location: Windermere Manor | Reception Location: Windermere Manor | Officiant: Deborah Arts | Cake: Kringle from International Bakery and cookies | Dress: Venus bridal, ordered at Sew Stylish in Ingersoll | Flowers: Jim Anderson Flowers | Hair: Shelby Reed | Makeup: MUA by A | Caterer: Windermere Manor | DJ: Sam Tall from Music Central | Rings/Jewelery: Bride’s from Spence Diamonds, Groom’s from Gordons Gold Jewellers | Groom’s Attire: Joseph’s Clothiers | Bridesmaids dresses: Mori Lee from Bella’s Brides in Toronto

WEDDING SONGS:
Processional: A Thousand Years by The Piano Guy’s & Beauty and the Beast by Piano Dreamers
Recessional: On Top of the World by Imagine Dragons
Entrance: Let’s Get it Started by Black Eyed Peas & She’s Dope by Down With Webster
First Dance: Grow Old with Me by Tom Odell
Parent Dances: What a Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong & I Hope You Dance by Lee Ann Womack

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