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It’s no wonder engaged couples are flocking here to host their weddings and exchange their vows. The Sea to Sky Gondola won “Best Ceremony Venue” at the 2017 BC Professional Wedding Awards… and rightly so. Imagine walking down the aisle across a 100 meter long suspension bridge!
Angela and Richard scored a spectacular sunny day in August and I adored creating wedding flowers for them. The couple wanted a loose romantic garden-style look with tons of white flowers and greenery to complement the natural wooded surroundings.
In addition to beautiful white roses and eucalyptus, I incorporated sweet peas (and sweet pea vine) and Queen Anne’s Lace from my garden, local spirea and birch foliage, and some delicate saponaria from another local urban flower farm (Little Urban Flower Farm here in Squamish).
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Photography by Pink Daisy Weddings