Julie + Dustin

{Elm Hurst Inn Ingersoll Ontario Wedding Photography}

Julie & Dustin’s rock n’ roll inspired wedding had me at hello! I’m a rock n’ roll girl at heart, so this was right up my ally! They managed to have the perfect mix of elegance with an edgy twist that suited them so well! And their song choices were awesome too!

– Heather {London Ontario Wedding Photographer}

Describe the vision/theme you had for your wedding in 5 words or less: Modern Elegance inspired by Rock N’ Roll

What are you favorite memories of your wedding day?
Bride: Seeing Dustin’s face as I walked down the aisle
Groom: Julie walking down the aisle towards me.

Best wedding related decision: Keeping it small and having HRM as our photographer!

Favourite detail: I am going to be selfish and say my dress!

Advice for future brides & grooms:
It’s your day and your vision and you deserve every bit of it so don’t let anyone tell you otherwise!

Would you change anything if you could do it all over again?
Probably would triple check with some of vendors to make sure they really did understand our vision.

Best surprise of the day: The dance off between our family at the end of the night!

Anything else you’d like to add: Everyone says the day goes by fast and IT DOES! Take it all in and cherish every moment.

Ceremony Location: Elm Hurst Inn | Reception Location: Elm Hurst Inn | Officiant: Debra Taylor from All Seasons Weddings | Cake: Every Occasion Cakes | Dress: Primrose by Maggie Sottero purchased at Nicholas and Elizabeth Bridal | Wedding Planner: Ferreira Party and Wedding | Hair/Makeup: AlyCat Makeup and Hair Artistry | DJ: Cooper DJ Service | Other: John Taylor Classical Guitarist

Processional: Patience by Guns N’ Roses performed by John Taylor | Recessional: No Rain by Blind Melon performed by John Taylor | Entrance: No More Tears by Ozzy Osbourne | First Dance: Last Night On Earth by Green Day | Parent Dances: Father/Daughter: My Girl by The Temptations  StepMom/ StepSon: Lean On Me by Bill Withers | Last Song of the Night: Good Riddance by Green Day

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