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It was a picture-perfect autumn day when Claire and Allan said "I do" in front of 200 guests.
With muted fall colours and a rustic flare, Jillian and Shawn said "I do" surrounded by their closest family and friends.
It was a special day when Krista and David said "I do" surrounded by their family and friends.
It was well worth the wait when Melissa married Michael at St. Clements Cathedral, surrounded by 200 of their closest family and friends in Toronto, Ontario.
A fun, fresh and fall wedding is just what Amanda and Craig Walsh envisioned for their big day on October 13, 2012 in London, Ontario.
Katherine and Darren were married at Enoch Turner Schoolhouse in Toronto before 55 guests. Their wedding had a fall harvest theme and a colour scheme of hot pink and bright orange.
Shantelle and Andre's wedding had a vibrant tropical colour theme of blood orange and chocolate brown with gold accents.
The couple married before 180 guests on at the Clovelly Golf and Country Club in St. John’s, Newfoundland. Wedding theme was relaxed elegance and their colour scheme was fuchsia with lime green and orange accents
Tiffany and Sean were married at White Oaks Resort and Spa at Niagara-on-the-Lake before 230 guests.
The Pinnacle Hotel at the Pier in North Vancouver, BC played host to the Diana and Joris's wedding where the couple’s love of travel took centre stage.
High school sweethearts Lindsay & Matt Doak said, “I do” in Ottawa at St. Patrick’s Basilica.
The Labates, who met through an online dating website, dated for three years before tying the knot in front of 210 guests on October 30, 2010. They held an autumn-themed wedding at the Fermenting Cellar at the Distillery District in Toronto. The bride’s favourite moment was when she walked down the aisle and saw her husband-to-be.
Michelle and Trevor exchanged vows in Toronto’s Timothy Eaton Memorial United Church, surrounded by their friends and family.
Maxine walked down the aisle at a small church in Pickering, Ont. As she began her march, escorted by her brother, Maxine was surprised to hear the sound of Matthew’s voice, as he performed a song for her.
Shannon and Bob met years ago at a Grey Cup party. Bob was married; Shannon was engaged. Twenty-five years later, Shannon, now a widow, and Bob, now divorced, met again through mutual friends.