A Country Glam Wedding at Deer Valley Meadows in Alix, Alberta

Although Claire and Tyler are devout Christians, they chose to forgo a traditional church wedding for an outdoor wedding at Deer Valley Meadows in Ali

Although Claire and Tyler are devout Christians, they chose to forgo a traditional church wedding for an outdoor wedding at Deer Valley Meadows in Alix, Alberta, 30 minutes from the couple's home town. "Although it was formerly a campsite spot, we moved the fire pits, groomed the grass and turned it into the most beautiful, natural amphitheatre," Claire says. A color palette of coral, gray and hints of gold glitter helped set the scene for the country glam wedding theme the couple was aiming for. "We used old wood for decor mixed with gold glitter. Tyler is a big hunter, which we also incorporated into our backdrop," Claire explains. White signs with inspirational quotes of love lining the ceremony aisle and handmade jam favors made by the couple themselves add the final, personal touch for the couple's wedding day. The highlight of the night? A picture powerpoint that Claire's bridesmaid made for the couple. "Since we have been dating since we were 15, we have many memories together and I loved watching us grow up together," Claire says.

Painted signs with inspirational love quotes lined the ceremony aisle.
The unique guest book invited guests to sign a rustic painted wooden sign.
Small arrangements of Baby's Breath, hydrangeas and roses were displayed next to gold glitter candles on old, wooden boxes.
The groomsmen wore classic black suits with white ties.
The bridesmaids wore coral cocktail dresses and carried white and coral rose bouquets.
The couple exchanged their vows outdoors on Deer Valley Meadows camp grounds, underneath a rustic branch wedding arch.
Wedding family photos were displayed on old wooden boxes next to soft, romantic flower arrangements of Baby's Breath and gold glitter candles.
The couple served delicious mini cupcakes in lieu of a traditional wedding cake.
The couple's handmade jam were stored in tiny mason jars covered in red gingham cloth and given to guests as favors.