A Romantic Outdoor Wedding at Herald Provincial Park in British Columbia, Canada

Natalie (30, a Specialty Leasing Manager) and James (29, an HSE Manager) met through mutual friends. Seven years later, James proposed to Natalie on a

Natalie (30, a Specialty Leasing Manager) and James (29, an HSE Manager) met through mutual friends. Seven years later, James proposed to Natalie on a hot air balloon! "He is always straight to the point and it was a simple 'Will you marry me?' and I of course said yes while bawling my eyes out," Natalie recalls. The couple got married at Herald Provincial Park, and made a pit stop at a local ice cream shop between the ceremony and reception for a sweet pre-reception treat. "It was so nice to have some ice cream once all the nerves were settled and we just relaxed," Natalie says. After ice cream, the wedding party headed back to the park for a BBQ dinner. Natalie loves the color pink, so pink dominated many aspects of the decor--from the pink kissing balls to the bridesmaid dresses. Her bouquet also had pink gerbera daisies as well as blue spider mums--a flower that was always in the bouquets James gave to Natalie when the pair was dating. The couple left their wedding with a brilliant sparkler sendoff.

Natalie wore pink sparkly peep toe heels, giving her style a touch of romantic glam.
Natalie's bouquet was a mix of pink gerbera daisies, blue spider mums and white calla lilies.
James wore a white calla lily boutonniere offset by a bright blue spider mum.
Pink flower kissing balls added a touch of romance to the outdoor wedding flowers.
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The groomsmen wore fun geeky t-shirts underneath their gray suits.
White Draped Arch for Outdoor Ceremony
The couple had custom made liquor glasses with their names etched on them.
Fresh fruit kabobs were displayed in sliced pineapples and offered to guests.
An assortment of candies was available to guests as a sweet treat.
The three tier white cake had gorgeous ruffle layers giving the cake a romantic touch.
Wedding Party Ice Cream Shop Visit
Bright Sparkler Exit Ceremony