A new twist on sparkle at a wedding with fireworks
Dayna and Ryan tied-the-knot on a beautiful summer day in 2021! They decided to get married at St. Boniface Golf Course. They loved the banquet space and they fact that the venue allowed fireworks.
When choosing photo locations for their wedding day, Dayna and Ryan decide to choose a personal spot for their first look location. They decided to have this special moment captured at a Legion on Portage Avenue. After quickly popping in for the first look, the wedding party drove over to the Hamilton Building and Forks where they walked around taking stunning photos.
Among friends and family, Dayna and Ryan tied-the-knot in the outdoor ceremony space at St. Boniface Golf Course. The space is perfectly ticked away to the side of the parking lot. When creating the space, their designer ensured that the space was enclosed by lush greenery and no cars were in sight, hidden behind a wooden fence.
Timeless Florals created a petite altar piece that hung on top of the arch. This added a little pop while Dayna and Ryan said their vows. After the ceremony, this altar piece was moved inside to play double duty for décor.
Once inside, guests enjoyed a delicious three course dinner, speeches, and traditional dances! Once these were complete, guests were treated to not only fireworks but also sparklers on the patio! These back-to-back spectacles were a great way to kick off the party portion of the evening. After sparklers were done, guests made their way back inside to dance the night away!
VENDORS: St. Boniface Golf Course, Timeless Florals, Simply Perfect Décor, Made Beauty Co., A Perfect Ceremony, Goodies Bakeshop, Rembrandt String Quartet, Platinum Productions, Brenna Faris Photography, Kip and Kyle Videography, Archangel Fireworks, Crown Limousine, Alexandra Lillian Weddings and Events