Christie & Spencer

{Bellamere Winery Wedding Photography}

Christie & Spencer spent their day with their close family and friends at the lovely Bellemere Winery saying their I do’s! It was so unique and fun when they broke out into their first dance after the ceremony as all their guest blew bubbles!

Photos by Lindsay {London Ontario Wedding Photographer}

Describe the vision/theme you had for your wedding in 5 words or less: Rustic elegance

What are you favorite memories of your wedding day?
Bride: Walking down the aisle with both my parents and seeing all my friends and family and then my future husband
Groom: Standing at the front during the ceremony and looking out at all of our friends and family

Best wedding related decision: Organizing transportation for the wedding party and the entire wedding for both the rehearsal party and wedding night

Favourite detail: Cards on each table that people wrote in instead of a guestbook for us to open on each corresponding anniversary (ie. table 1 – 1 year etc.)

Advice for future brides & grooms: Enjoy your day and don’t stress

Would you change anything if you could do it all over again? No – everything was perfect

Best surprise of the day: Seeing friends and family who have never met mingling and having fun

VENDORS: Ceremony Location – Bellamere | Reception Location – Bellamere | Officiant – Rosanne Prevett (Kettle Creek Weddings) | Dress (designer and/or store) – Mikaella was the designer (Canadian)  | Flowers/Decorator – Village Vines  | Hair/Makeup – Entrenous  | Caterer – Custom Cuisine through Bellamere | DJ- Pro MCDJ Ent through Bellamere
| Ceremony & Cocktail hour – Acoustic Guitar by Jason Mercer

WEDDING SONGS: Processional – Bridesmaids – Bruno Mars “count of me” live acoustic version by Jason Mercer Bride – Ben Harper – “forever” live acoustic version by Jason Mercer | Recessional – Imagine Dragons – “I’m on top of the world” livea coustic version by Jason Mercer | Entrance – Icona pop “all night” | First Dance – Kings of Leon “Use Somebody” live acoustic version by Jason Mercer based on Boyce Avenue version | Parent Dances – Father/daughter dance – Elton John”your song”, mother/son dance – Van Morrison “into the mystic”

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