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Parm & Ronnie

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Last week I was very busy with Michael and Haley from Shandro Photo. Two very amazing photographers in Edmonton. I was able to join them on a five day experience, a Sikh wedding. It was more than an experience, words cannot describe how much fun and how awesome of a wedding this was. The couple was/are amazing people and the same with their families. They were willing to take the time to explain traditions and customs to me. Honestly if you have the opportunity to take in a wedding of a different culture, don’t by pass the opportunity. Here are a few of their photos from the wedding; please check out their blog post for a great peak on what went on over five days of “awesomeness”.
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Pro Shots: Karen & Justin

Katch Studios has posted some pro shots of Karen & Justin (July 11th wedding), what beautiful shots and a fabulous couple!

trend: floral alternatives

As beautiful as floral centerpieces are, there are many non floral centerpieces that can make quite the impression! Many brides are trying to find eco friendly and money saving alternatives to flowers. Think outside the box and create a unique centerpieces for you day!

Think: pumpkins, oranges, blueberries, cranberries, apples, lemons, limes, branches, sand, coffee beans, shells…

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July 25: Amanda & Mark

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You couldn’t ask for a more beautiful place in the world or a more wonderful couple, what a beautiful wedding!

Wedding Coordinator: Julianne (A Modern Proposal); Day of Coordination

Photographer: Sarah Burns Photography

Florist: Elysion

Ceremony Venue: Jasper Park Lodge

Ceremony Musicians: Monica Shaffer

Reception Venue: Sawridge

Rentals: Special Event Rentals; CJ Chair Covers; table runners were purchased on Etsy.com

Wedding Cake: Bears Paw

DJ: Alpine Music

The ceremony was held at the Jasper Park Lodge. It was a blistering 32*C outside, and even though I put a good dose of sunscreen on I recieved a few burn marks! Sharon and I tied some beautiful green chair ties on and set up two floral arrangements from Elysion Florals.

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tip: aisle walking for the bride

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Photo Credit: Shandro Photo 

The bride traditionally walks on her usher’s left side; however, if the bride has a long train you might want to be on the other side so they do not walk on your train as the leave you. As you come out of the ceremony the bride is on the groom’s right hand side. Remember to smile and take your time.

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