Annie & Geoffrey

Once in a while, right in the middle of ordinary life, love gives us a fairytale…

This was one of those times.

We began working with Annie and Geoffrey at the beginning of the year, and as soon as we met I knew it was a match made in heaven.

 Annie had an amazing vision, a dream for a lush, floral-filled wedding full of blue hues and accents of purple.  It could have gone wrong…but it was SO RIGHT!

We kept the ceremony classic, with unstructured florals in white and greenery perched on a wooden arbour, and atop mirrored pedestals at the entrance.

The reception featured banquet tables that were overlaid in soft blue, and gold tiffany chairs embellished with woven lilac sashes.   Opulent florals dripped from candelabras and glass vases, and an impressive statement cascaded behind the bridal table.  Place settings featured decorative blue glassware, gold flare charger plates and hand painted menu cards.

Proving that rain on your wedding day isn’t at all a bad thing, Pure Motion Photography captured some amazing images that are timelessly romantic.

This wedding truly was a fairytale, and we wish this beautiful couple all the joy of a happily ever after in the years to come.

  Thank you so much for allowing us to do what we love, for you!

Kind words…

Dear Decinda,

Thank you very much for all your hard work and I appreciate your patience with my endless requests!

It is truly a shame that I could not hire sugar and spice to be my wedding planner, I have picked my photographer and makeup artists ages ago, but wedding planning is a lot more work than that.

We really want like to thank you for styling our wedding, all our guests said it was magical and we received a lot of compliments for it.

I will continue to recommend you to my friends in the future!!

Kind Regards,


Thanks to our industry partners:

Ceremony Venue:  Parkwood Village

Reception Venue:  Evergreen Gardens

Styling:  Sugar & Spice Events

Florals:  Moss n Stone

Photos:  Pure Motion (watermarked images) and Tim Sherriff

Image by Tim Sherriff