Wedding | Maggie + Steven


The wedding world is drastically ever-changing and I love that couples are now embracing their ability to really design their own weddings! Everything can be personalized and customized to truly reflect each couple’s unique individual style… and that’s exactly what Maggie and Steven did for their beautiful Chatham, Ontario wedding!
From her non-wedding dress wedding dress, to her self described “ditch weed” bouquet, their eco-friendly sprinkles exit and the sound of highland bagpipes filling the air – Maggie and Steven’s Chatham-Kent ceremony in a tiny old church was nothing short of magical and just as special as each of them!
Hand-made bunting was draped from the ceiling at their downtown Chatham Armoury reception hall, the dinner tables featured images of the happy couple throughout their 13 years together and The Queen Mother even made a special appearance at the party! I could go on and on about the many details that made their day amazing, but instead I’ll invite you to check out some of my favourite images below.
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The ribbon you see cascading from Maggie’s beautiful “ditch-weed” bouquet is actually a piece of fabric, borrowed from her grandmother’s tartan which she received in Scotland on her own wedding day! How cool is that?!


All of that beautiful bunting hanging from the ceiling was created by Maggie and her Aunt Becky! It must have taken weeks! It was incredible!


Ceremony: New St Andrews Church
Officiant: Susan Jolley / James MacNeil
Reception: The Armoury
Decor: To Suit Your Fancy – Chatham, Ontario
Dress: House of Fraser – Glasgow, United Kingdom
Flowers: Stan’s Flowers – Chatham, Ontario
Hair: Erin Ferguson
Entertainment: Just Grin Productions
Second Photographer: Angela Speller

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