Amy and her fiancé J.F. describe their wedding as a DIT (do-it-together) community affair because friends & family played a huge role in putting together this lovely herb garden celebration.
The music at the wedding was provided by J.F.'s brother-in-law, family friends volunteered to serve dinner and set up a DIY photo booth. Another family member officiated and everyone celebrated the closing of the ceremony with a champagne toast.
A creative friend made Amy & J.F.'s wedding bands and the floral arrangements were by Amy's sister-in-law, Marie-Eve Best. The bride herself designed the invitations.
Amy wanted to bring her love of eco and fair trade to her attire as well, so she chose a Celia Grace wedding dress. Her make-up, provided by Oresta Organic Skin Care, completed her look. Joel Bedford Photography captured the celebration.
Amy met her (other) match in the Marie dress. A vintage- inspired lace dress with a strapless sweetheart neckline, silk waist, and lightly flared skirt that can detach to create a short dress.
There was no shop near Amy's home in Toronto so she tried on a sample dress by mail on a visit to the US. She loved getting to see and wear the dress before making her decision.
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Photo Credit: Joel Bedford Photography
Natalie and Andrew celebrated their DIY wedding at a flower farm in Natalie's hometown of Groton, MA. An August wedding, the event was a neighborhood affair full of colorful accents and happy guests.