1. What mattered the most to you when planning your wedding? 

Being present was most important. We wanted to be able to feel and experience each sweet moment with one another and our guests, without any worry of rushing or being distracted by surface details. 

Having our most important loved ones be here and be comfortable was also key. Our family has been influential in who we are today, so to have them there celebrate, cry and dance with us was incredible. All our vendors were even people close to us - from my our family friend who was our officiant to our favourite local chef who has cooked for all our families special events. 

And of course, having superb food and beautiful cocktails! 

2. How did you want your day to feel?

We wanted it to feel warm and intimate and full of joy and love. We also wanted the day to feel casual and relaxed - we didn’t want to have any anxiety about wedding particulars, like napkin folds or following a strict schedule. 

3. Why did you get married where you did?

We choose to get married at my family home. My family home was a place where I experienced adventure, safety, laughter, warm meals and lots of love. It is also one of the most beautiful places as well - full of foliage and sounds of the water rushing down the creek. To be able to celebrate the joining of Braeden and I, at my family home, was so meaningful and special.

Teagan & Braeden went against the grain to really focus on what mattered to them . WIth only their family present, they said took the morning slow, embraced each of their guests and toasted to their forever love.

Entrusting their day with me felt like such an honour, and yet there was such a calming peace about how each moment moved to the next. There were no expectations, no frantic last-minute plans, this union truly was captured in such a raw and authentic way.


Catering: Barrique Restaurant/Knife and Steel

Photography: Feather & Folk

Flowers: Flowerella

Chairs/Table: Little Flower Shop

Hair & Makeup: Ksenia Beauty

Gown: BHLDN, Jenny Yoo

Wedding Cake: Tilly & Cartem