Destination weddings are typically trickier to plan and execute, since they are held in an another city, province or country.
Jasue and Prince’s wedding, was an example of how, despite logistical challenges, destination events are among the most fun, creative and energized. Their festivities commenced in Edmonton, Alberta with Prince’s vibrant sangeet. It was all in the details when it came to the decor, and the amazing centrepieces the room featured were grand in effect. Once the party got started, the groom’s family hit the dance floor with some seriously show – stopping moves and the crowd was left begging for more.
A week later, pre-wedding events were held by Jasue’s side in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Richly hued and rife with emotion, the events were tastefully and meaningfully coordinated. Not even the rain on one out of the three days of festivities, could put a damper on the excitement.
The bride and groom had helpfully complementary personalities. Throughout the entire wedding process, Jasue was calm and collected while Prince was brimming with energy and enthusiasm. Facing the stress of coordinating a destination wedding, their temperaments definitely helped to keep eachother at ease.
Aside from the fact that there were many phenomenal elements to their wedding- not to mention, the groom’s surprise gift to the bride- the one thing that wowed everyone was the impressive departure of both the groom and bride in a helicopter. No, we are not talking about our drones, but an actual helicopter. The crowd went wild and it was certainly a moment for everyone to remember.
Truly deserving of marital happiness and success, we wish Jasue and Prince much joy and a continued sense of adventure as they journey through life together.