Fraser River Lodge wedding
To arrive at a Fraser River Lodge wedding is to enter paradise. The meandering road leading to the Fraser River Lodge is almost as majestic as the lodge itself. Round one corner in Agassiz and – boom! – you’re in a fairytale land of jagged cliffs and knights in shining armour, mountain vistas and sparkling water. Add in a stunning wedding dress, a dapper tux, and a herd of bison? The fairytale is complete.
A Fraser River Lodge wedding is a little piece of paradise. An entire wall of windows framing the mountain view is my favourite part. Because, well, mountains!!
Taylor made a smashingly beautiful bride and her hair’s pink tips made for a perfect inspiration for the watercolour theme of our day. If her hair can be watercolour, then so can everything else. Right? Right. If you see me around town with freshly pink hair you’ll know it’s inspired by Taylor; didn’t Meghan create a beautiful braided crown to subtly showcase the pink?
Sarah of Kaye Fleur turned the Past Pieces window doors into a bower of greenery that made my heart go pitter-patter. The talent, I say! The talent! (And with her skill it only took a little over an hour.)
And the cakes! Tracycakes provided these watercolour cupcakes that were not only gorgeous but decadently delicious!
The thoroughly watercolour cake (all three tiers of it!) was expertly decorated by Katie-Sue of The Sweet Baker and adorned with Kaye Fleur creations.
Basically, a Fraser River Lodge wedding is perfection. Watercolour perfection.
More inspiration photos from this Fraser Valley Wedding will be featured in the Fraser Valley Wedding Planning Guide set for release on December 1!
Venue: Fraser River Lodge
Furniture and Props: Past Pieces
Flowers: Kaye Fleur
Dress: House of Vienna
Paper Suite: Laura Vanderwel
Baked Goods: Tracycakes Bakery
Copper Wreath via Ruffled Blog
Photography: Jenni Marie Photography
P.S. Someday I may tell the story of how I decided to turn my kitchen sink into a linen-dying contraption. The moral of the story? If I can dye white linens into watercolour tablecovers, then so can you.