When a wedding starts with a handmade gown this stunning that fits perfectly into a 1920’s inspired fete filled with lawn games and some crazy amazing DIY details you know you have one happy wedding blogger. Kandise Brown captured this gorgeous Prince Edward Island semi-destination/potluck wedding that is sure to go down in history.
From the photographer:
Brodie used to be an historical interpreter on Prince Edward Island, and that was the launching pad for their semi-destination wedding in Charlottetown (Brodie & Francesca live in Toronto; their guests came from all over). They handmade MOST of the details, including: the bride’s gown, the groom’s bowtie and pocket squares, the paper flowers and flower crowns worn by the flower girls, the moon photobooth backdrop, the crocheted table runners, the bunting, guestbook, food markers, and even the food itself was a potluck put on by the guests.
Thank you Kandise Brown for sharing this fabulous wedding! Congratulations Francesca and Brodie!
Date: July 20, 2013
Location: Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada
Photographer: Kandise Brown
Ceremony Location: Zion Presbyterian Church
Jewelry: Twigs & Honey
Officiant: Kenneth MacRae
Tuxedo and Men’s Attire: Indochino
Submitted via Two Bright Lights
2 thoughts on “Francesca + Brodie’s 20’s Inspired Canadian Wedding”
oh my! So much to pin–so little time. This wedding is so lovely and thoughtful. Simply over the moon with fun! Congrats!!
Lovely place really looking great nice post all couple are in romantic mood.