Sara and Adam had a dreamy intimate Whispering Springs wedding / elopement. Although they had to change their plans a few times due to the pandemic, it didn’t stop them from planning an incredible day surrounded by their loved ones. The venue they chose is a glamping site with many tents available for rent. This is where many of their guests stayed, which made it even more intimate to be able to spend the weekend with them and truly embrace their wedding celebration after delaying for a year. I’m truly honoured to have been able to capture their day. I especially loved that since I’m located east of the city, it’s not too lengthy of the drive for me to get to Whispering Springs.
Advice for anyone planning a wedding
Our advice would be that in a climate like this where planning is full of uncertainties, don’t be scared of changing the vision of your special day. Our original ideas for our wedding day were completely different from the wedding we ended up having but we couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful, intimate, and special day.
VENUE: Whispering Springs
DRESS: Theia “Jean” Gown from Sash + Bustle
SHOES: Aldo & Allen Edmonds
INVITATIONS: Custom Made by Adam and I
CATERER: Dine & Style Catering
FLORALS: Quinn’s Blooms & Greenery
OFFICIANT: Rev. Rudy Heezen
PROCESSIONAL SONG: Canon in D – Johann Pachelbel, Orchestre de Chambre, Jean-Francois Paillard
RECESSIONAL SONG: Harvest Moon (Instrumental) by Guitar Tribute Players
FIRST DANCE: Can’t Help Falling in Love by Beck