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And today we have something extraordinarily special for you. The bride in today’s featured wedding is a Wedding Coordinator herself, from Vancouver, Canada. I wonder how many times she’s been asked the question “How would you do it for your wedding?” Well today ladies, we find out!
Daniel Ha of D’Soleil Photography sent us this next wedding and what a gorgeous collection of wedding images it is! Daniel has a marvelous way of positioning and framing his subjects, turning every image into unique wall-worthy portraits. And I love the various expressions he captured throughout Stephanie + Jan’s wedding day.
Stephanie + Jan chose the exquisite Cecil Green Park House at UBC in Vancouver for their wedding ceremony & reception venue. It was a Friday evening wedding, and wanting to give their guests a more relaxed atmosphere to ease into their weekend, the couple chose an open seating layout where guests could mingle and talk freely.
So much of this wedding was made extra special with the unique personal touches added to it. The custom, monogrammed chocolate bars. The gorgeous 6 tiered wedding cake, with alternating designs on each layer, hand made and intricately designed by Stephanie’s sister Tarin. And let’s not forget the custom groom’s cake designed by his parents, with dozens of ornaments adorning the sides, each representing an aspect of Jan’s childhood.
My favorite part though, is the first look. Stephanie + Jan chose to have their first look, prior to the ceremony, along a pathway of trees just outside the Burnaby Public Library – where the couple first met years ago. What a romantically perfect way to start this new adventure together.