We had the privilege of designing another wedding for another one of Linda Carlson's children this past weekend. We met Linda seven years ago when her daughter Diana was getting married at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver. They were such a wonderful family and we were so happy when we heard from her again this past fall for her son Maclean's wedding. Please enjoy the first set of photos from Jamie Delaine Photography from this past weekend at Grouse Mountain. We love the unique touches that they incorporated into their wedding, especially their Cookie Bar (a take on the popular Candy Bar) as the bride has a love of cookies. The bouquets also fit in with their love of Harry Potter with accents of pheasant feathers and curly willow cascading over peonies. A magical glow was developed by the use of towering cylinder vases with willow submerged to create a elegant forest feel. The entrance way was adorned with 10' tall willow trees arching together to create a tunnel for guests to enter the room. We look forward to working with Maclean and Erin in the future with their amazing company Hello Tomorrow Wedding Videography.
All the best Erin and Maclean!
This is the amazing thank you note from Linda Carlson (Mother of the Groom):
Hi Kim, Andy, and Karlee
THANK YOU SOOOOOOO MUCH!!!!!
Wow the wedding was beautiful thanks to you guys!!!
We were so thrilled and elated to see what you all had done.
The church was perfect and Lupin's was spectacular. People were talking about it before I even got in there to see for myself. There definitely was a buzz going around about the decorating. :) :) I thought it was amazing and more importantly, so did Erin and Mac.
Who would of thought a cafeteria could be transformed into something like that.
It was magical and all the candlelight really enhanced the foggy, cozy evening it turned out to be.
You guys have done it again. I am just so sorry that I have no more children getting married. I LOVE weddings with you guys.
The happy couple are now in Hawaii relaxing and getting some sun. They loved their day, from start to finish.
Here are a couple of photos revisiting Linda's daughters wedding seven years ago.