This early May wedding at the gorgeous rustic Lavender Barn run by A Perfect Day Weddings was one to remember. I am soo in love with this Kitchener - Waterloo Venue. Danielle G. Events had the pleasure of coordinating this chilly Spring celebration for Emily and Brad.  

Before I left my house I checked the weather and knew that I had to bundle up. The Weather channel called for rain, high winds, and a bit of snow. Life as a Canadian eh? But I knew without a doubt that the weather would have no effect on the smiles of the Bride and Groom. And boy was I right! The moment the groomsmen arrived to greet the guests in their black stretch limousine I knew that this was gonna be the party of the century. The Bride and her bridesmaids were in such a great mood and the look of sincere relaxation and excitement on Emily's face was priceless. The original plan was to have an outdoor ceremony but due to the cold rainy weather we had to turn the dance floor into the ceremony and prepare to flip the whole room for food stations! Yes you heard that right, Food stations. Little Mushroom Catering worked their magic and made it happen. They even braved the cold and had a pasta station outside where guests could order custom pasta dishes. 

There were tears of joy, laughter, and they partied like it was 1999 (notice the Prince reference? If you did you are definitely my type of people) .  Guests were taking goofy photos at the photobooth provided by Zattu Photo and Video. Even I couldn't help but bust a move cause the music provided by Cuneyt Yetkiner was pumping ( did I mention he played the Flamenco guitar during the ceremony?)!  

Quality planning, great vendors, and the ability to roll with unexpected changes are what memorable weddings are made of. 

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