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Photographer White Album Weddings | Ceremony Venue Rosewood Hotel Georgia, Rosewood Suite | Reception Venue Blue Water Café, Oceans Room | Bride’s Dress Cicada (Seattle), custom made | Hair & Makeup Jayna Marie Makeup & Hair | Groom’s Outfit – Dolce & Gabbana | Flowers Petrunia | Cake Cadeaux Bakery (mini cakes) | Engagement Ring – Era Designs | Wedding Rings Green Lake Jewelry Works (Seattle) | Officiant – Diane Brown
The wedding vows: “I PROMISE TO HONOR AND RESPECT YOU AS MY TRUE LOVE, MY SANCTUARY, MY MUSE, MY HERO AND BEST FRIEND;
I PROMISE TO SUPPORT YOU AS YOU CLIMB, TO CATCH YOU IF YOU FALTER, TO CONTRIBUTE TO YOUR DREAMS,
AND TO WALK WITH YOU HAND IN HAND THROUGH ALL THE JOYS, SORROWS AND QUIET MOMENTS OF OUR LIFE.
I PROMISE TO ALWAYS HOLD YOU AND OUR MARRIAGE ABOVE ALL ELSE;
TO SPEAK TO YOU WITH TENDERNESS, TO LISTEN WITH UNDERSTANDING, TO STRIVE EACH DAY TO BE WORTHY OF YOUR LOVE.
I PLEDGE MY UNWAVERING GRATITUDE AND DEVOTION;
AND TO LIVE EACH DAY IN CELEBRATION, WITH RECKLESS ABANDON,
OF THE PAST WE REMINISCE, THE PRESENT WE LIVE, AND THE FUTURE THAT AWAITS US.”
Cara and Randall’s wedding at the historic Rosewood Hotel Georgia in Vancouver with a “first look” in the lounge where Randall presented Cara with a beautiful ring. The ceremony was held on the rooftop balcony with a view of the city around them. Their intimate reception was held in Yaletown’s Blue Water Café. Read more on Real Weddings . . . http://realweddings.ca/real-weddings/rosewood-hotel-georgia-wedding-by-white-album-weddings
Dress: Cicada Bridal in Seattle. They are an in-house custom design & fabrication boutique that donates a percentage of their annual proceeds to local non-profits.
Flowers: antique garden roses, dark pink mini cymbidium orchids, green mini cymbidium orchids, antique hydrangea, hot chocolate mini calla lilies and seeded eucalyptus.
Cakes: individual London Fog mini cakes were served to each guest
Jewelry: Era Design in Vancouver and Greenlake Jewlery Works in Seattle. Vintage Cartier earrings “something borrowed” once belonging to groom’s grandmother, now belonging to groom’s mother.