I adore weddings held in unique locations. Maybe it’s the fact that I’ve viewed hundreds of weddings because of the site, so it’s extra special (they’re all special), when I see a venue that isn’t what you would normally expect. Captured by Stefania Bowler Photography, Nicole and Nick’s wedding ceremony took place at the North Pacific Cannery in Port Edward, BC, a national historic site.

Says Stefania: I was so thrilled to be asked to photograph their wedding, as it took place in one of the most beautiful places of Northern B.C. Canada. and it was completely vintage DIY. The florals were all made by the brides mother, and the grooms lapel was accented with simple flowers with a fishing hook for a personal touch. The couple Love the outdoors, which was reflected by the decor on their reception tables. wood platforms, wild flowers, and printed labels of their favourite places. This wedding was beautiful as were the couple.
































Photography: Stefania Bowler Photography
Ceremony: North Pacific Cannery in Port Edward B.C.
Reception: Chances Casino Prince Rupert, B.C.
Cake: Harlow’s Eatery, Prince Rupert, B.C.
Flowers: Brides Mother
Stationary: Grooms Mother
Candles: Brides Father
Hair and Make up: Friend of the Bride
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