The King, the Queen, and their Princes
April 14, 2015
Not too long ago, people would commonly get married and had children several months later. Although it is also the case today, many couples decide to go about it the other way around. Guylaine and Benoit chose to go through that important day surrounded by their children. The result was a festive and emmotional summer family celebration. We could easily feel the love they shared which was highlighted with the refreshing energy of their adorable children.
Guylaine was simply radiant as she was peacefully getting ready at Imperia Hotel in Terrebonne. A couple of minutes away, her groom was also preparing along with their two boys. When everything was ready, we borrowed the bride’s father’s old Ford to add a touch of vibrant color to the First Look session. The red paint provided for a great contrast with the green of the leaves. The newlyweds also thought of bringing the traditional cans to the sessiion, so we took full advantage of them!
After the ceremony during which the boys had their own very precie roles, we made our way to the reception. The d’Amours sugar shack was completely transformed for the wedding. We fell head over heels over the candy bar filled with the colors of the dayas well as over the bride’s very traditional bouquet.
Thank you Guylaine, Benoit, and the boys for your joy, your happiness, as well as your ability to remain calm. We wish you many memorable moments as husband and wife.
The suppliers for this wedding
Gown: Bazar Mariage
DJ: DJ Skorpyon
Jewellery: Bijouterie Mozart et boutique Moores
Bride’s shoes: Unis-deux
Caterer and cake: Cabane à sucre d’Amours et Délices et fantaisies sucrées
Church: Paroisse Sainte-Thérèse-d’Avila