One month ago – on Sunday, June 3rd, 2018 – we hosted our fifth annual Bridal Open House, and to say that we are still daydreaming about the pure magic of the show would be a huge understatement. Aside from the insanely gorgeous displays throughout our venue and the curated selection of participating wedding vendors, we were blown away by the outpouring of interest and support from past, present and future couples. Read on for all the details, photos and a list of participating vendors.
With each new year comes a fresh lineup of wedding trends, and the wedding themes of 2018 do not disappoint. From a shift towards moodier colour palettes and edgier reception spaces, to surprise elements that focus on fun over tradition, there are many new ideas to make your wedding feel personalized and unique. To help make your day stand out from the rest, we’ve compiled the ultimate wedding inspiration guide for the 2018 season.
Winter weddings are gaining in popularity, in large part due to the majestic look and romantic vibe they offer. Aside from the obvious beauty that comes along with winter weddings, here we list all the reasons why hosting your wedding in the colder months - November, December, January, February, and March - allows certain advantages that spring, summer and fall weddings just cannot provide.
Whether you're getting married in your hometown or at a venue further away, there are bound to be guests coming from out-of-town. Ensuring that you have suggestions for a variety of activities, accommodations and dining options to entertain guests throughout the wedding weekend will let them experience and enjoy the local scene. We've selected a variety of attractions in the St. Marys, Stratford and London areas that highlight the uniqueness of Southwestern Ontario.
There are so many questions leading up to your big day, and since this is likely your first and only time planning a wedding, it's sometimes hard to know where to start. We sat down with St. Marys Golf & Country Club's in-house senior Wedding Planner, Ashton Staffen, to gather her expert advice on what to consider when putting together your own wedding plans.