A bride with long lace sleeves, golden September sun, a heartfelt ceremony in a white windowed warehouse, and an evening of laughter, warmth and dancing. Lea and Reid’s Canadian Human Rights Museum wedding was one for the memory books.
Lea’s dad had everyone in tears at his moment singing a song to his daughter.
The incredible florals and bouquets were designed by Tessa at ACADEMY FLORISTS. Lea’s wedding Gown was found at BLISS BRIDAL BOUTIQUE and bridesmaid gowns by the winnipeg boutique clothing company, HUSH AND SHOUT. The Canadian Human Rights Museum wedding team took care of the details on site at the museum such as food, general sound and lights. To note: the breathtaking light fixture over the head table was designed by Lea and her father and does not come standard with a wedding at this venue! I’m still betting that the museum will make an offer to them yet. ;)