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Rachel & Andrew’s Fundy Park Wedding | Alma NB Wedding Photographer

Have you ever been to a brunch wedding?  Let me tell you – if you haven’t, you’re missing out!  Rachel & Andrew’s was the first that we had been to, but I really hope it won’t be the last.  We started out at Cliffside Suites, which overlooks the village of Alma.  Well, it usually does, but the fog happened to be so thick that day that we really couldn’t see much of the village at all.  Luckily the fog brought along a moody and magical atmosphere, which only added to the tone of the day.  After spending the morning hanging out with their family and friends at the cottages, Rachel & Andrew made their way to Fundy Park for their outdoor ceremony at the Salt & Fir Centre, overlooking the golf course.  They laughed, vowed their love for each other, and said their I dos before moving inside to an incredible brunch buffet.  Along with the buffet came lots of sweet speeches from their loved ones and even an original song written for the couple and performed by Andrew’s family.  Finally, the afternoon was spent playing yard games and enjoying the company of their guests.  It was such an light, fun, and relaxing day!  I mean, really – how does it get any better than that?

Cottages – Cliffside Suites |  Venue – Salt & Fir Centre, Fundy Park |  Wedding Coordinator & Design – Elegant Productions |  Florals – Unico Decor |  Brunch – The Chef’s Table  |  Sticky Buns & Cookies – Kelly’s Bake Shop  |  Makeup Artists – Bonnie Dilag & Chelsea Hunter  |  Custom Hairpiece – Miss Foxine Couture  |  Custom Skirt – Katrina Tuttle Bridal

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