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07/13/20

Edmonton Backyard Wedding: Lisa + Alex

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic made backyard weddings the new norm, Lisa + Alex chose to celebrate their marriage with an intimate guest list at Lisa’s childhood home. Their vision for the soirée was a relaxed evening with their favourite people, dining al fresco and dancing under the stars!

If you’re planning your own backyard affair this summer, here are some of our top tips for ensuring a successful event.

  1. Expert evaluation. A large, empty lawn can be deceiving – involve an expert to evaluate your space for grade and access to power, and to advise you on the right tent, layout and rental requirements.
  2. Bathroom basics. If you don’t like the idea of guests coming in and out of your home to use the washrooms, consider renting portable toilets. The options have expanded over the years and now there are luxury models available with fantastic lighting and ventilation.
  3. Be a good neighbour. If neighbours aren’t invited but may be affected by your wedding (more traffic/cars parked on the street, noise late into the evening) it’s courteous to let them know you’re hosting a big event.
  4. Consider guest comfort. Use your wedding invitations to inform guests the events are outdoors so they can prepare accordingly. Having sunscreen, fans, bug repellent, lap blankets and umbrellas on hand will make you the ideal host.
  5. Prep a ‘Plan B’. Weather in Alberta is unpredictable – be prepared for the worst case scenario. Rent extra tents in case of rain, heaters for chilly evenings and fans to help cool down a hot day.
  6. Hire help. You want to enjoy your wedding day so let others handle decorating, bartending, catering, serving and clean-up. Hiring professionals will allow you to relax and avoid placing this burden on family and friends.

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04/8/20

ePlan Sessions: Virtual Wedding Planning Edmonton

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Jennifer Bergman Weddings is now offering ePlan Sessions to help couples virtually plan their weddings. No need to change out of your Lulus – let’s connect from our living rooms via a Zoom call and get to work! We promise you’ll feel motivated, organized and on-track after your JBW ePlan Session.

BOOK NOW!

 

WHO’S IT FOR?
An ePlan Session is ideal for couples who:
  • Are newly engaged and not sure where to begin
  • Enjoy wedding planning on their own but need a little professional guidance or support from an expert
  • Are unsure how to proceed with planning their wedding during COVID-19
  • Have reached the final stages in their wedding planning and are worried they may have missed something important
WHAT YOU GET:
  • A full 1-hr consultation with Owner and Sr. Wedding Producer, Jennifer Bergman
  • A post-call summary outlining our discussion, including a full list of actions, suggestions and links to any resources referenced
WHAT CAN WE DISCUSS?
Nothing is off limits! You’ll be amazed at how much ground we can cover in one session. And if you need more time, you’re welcome to purchase additional ePlan sessions. Examples of some of the most common topics and questions include:
  • The best venue options suited for your wedding size, style and budget
  • Creation of a realistic budget and advice on how to stay on target
  • Design ideas on how to bring your wedding vision to life (ie. Where can I source chiffon table runners? What are some centrepiece ideas for my wedding style?)
  • Creation of a detailed timeline for your wedding day
  • Other miscellaneous tips and tricks to help save you TIME and MONEY throughout your wedding planning process​
HOW IT WORKS:
  • Select your desired date and time (please email us if you are unable to find something that works for your schedule and we can coordinate directly)
  • Pay for your ePlan Session
  • You will receive a Zoom meeting link for your chosen date/time
INVESTMENT: 
  • ePlan Session (1 hour) – $150 + GST  $112.50 + GST*
  • *Save 25% on all sessions booked by May 30th, 2020!

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11/26/18

Bachelor Party Ideas in Edmonton

If you’re in charge of planning an unforgettable bachelor party, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s a sampling of creative Edmonton stag ideas to make sure the groom has the best “last night of freedom” before his big day!

Cheer & Beer

Cheer on the green and gold at an Edmonton Eskimos football game, then hop on the LRT downtown to sample Canada’s largest selection of draft beer at Craft Beer Market or check out the beer board at Beer Revolution.

Edmonton Event PlannerPhotos: Eskimos / Cheers

Race to the Altar

For the groom with a need for speed, Castrol Raceway offers an afternoon of excitement watching drag racing or drifting. Want in on the action? Book your own Mini Grand Prix at Speeders Indoor ProKarts.

Castrol Raceway Bachelor Party EdmontonPhoto: Castrol Raceway

Thrill-Seeking Stag

Throw away any pre-wedding jitters at The Rec Room, then unleash your competitive side with adrenaline-inducing adventure at Paintball Action Games.

Axe Throwing Edmonton Bachelor PatryPhoto: Axe Throwing

Gentlemen’s Fiesta

Head to La Tienda Cigars to learn about and sample some of Cuba’s best, then vamos to El Cortez Cantina for tacos and tequila.

El Cortez Cantina Edmonton, Tacos and TequilaPhoto: El Cortez Cantina

Shaves n’ Scotch

For the sophisticated gentlemen – indulge in hot shaves at Barber Ha, followed by an evening of Scotch and charcuterie at The Bothy Wine & Whisky Bar.

The Bothy Edmonton Bachelor PartyPhoto: Scotch

As published on ExploreEdmonton.com

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04/27/18

Wedding Song Ideas 2018

It’s that time again! Nearly every couple struggles with those special musical selections for their Big Day, so we’re bringing you our 3rd edition of Wedding Song Ideas.

This time we’ve compiled a list of songs categorized by style/type, so whether you’re looking for something fun and upbeat for your Grand Entrance, or something soulful for your First Dance, we’ve got you covered. Here is a link to quick-play and listen to this list on Apple Music: 2018 Wedding Song Ideas.

For more song ideas check out our previous lists here: Part 1 + Part 2.

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Edmonton Wedding Planner, Edmonton Event Planner {Photo: Lolo and Noa}

Sweet + Slow – great options for your Ceremony through to the First Dance

  • Best Part / Daniel Caesar feat. H.E.R
  • Hold My Girl / George Ezra
  • I’m With You / Vance Joy
  • Take the World / JOHNNYSWIM
  • Perfect Duet / Ed Sheeran feat. Beyoncé
  • Sweet Creature / Harry Styles
  • Wild Love / James Bay (Acoustic)
  • Please Keep Loving Me / James TW
  • How Would You Feel / Ed Sheeran
  • Better / SYML

Wedding Song Ideas 2018{Photo: Stoffer Photography}

Fun + Upbeat – cheery songs for your Grand Entrance or Cake Cutting

  • A Good Night / John Legend feat. BloodPop
  • Let Me / ZAYN
  • Let’s Get Married / Bleachers
  • Fresh Eyes / Andy Grammer
  • Morning Light / Justin Timberlake feat. Alicia Keys
  • All My Love / George Ezra
  • For You / James TW
  • Light It Up / Major Lazer feat. Nyla & Fuse ODG
  • Love Me Like You Do / Ellie Goulding
  • Pineapple Skies / Miguel
  • One Kiss / Calvin Harris + Dua Lipa
  • Feels Great / Cheat Codes feat. Fetty Wap & CVBZ

Ceremony Song Ideas{Photo:  Sharon Litchfield}

Soulful Songs – add some rhythmic sounds to your day

  • My Song / H.E.R
  • Say You Won’t Let Go / James Arthur
  • Unconditional / Freya Ridings
  • Love on the Weekend / John Mayer
  • My Love / Ria Mae
  • Coming Home / Leon Bridges
  • City of Stars / Gavin James
  • Adorn / Miguel
  • Song for You / Rhye
  • Baby I’m a Fool / Melody Gardot
  • LOVE / Kendrick Lamar feat. ZACARI

Nicole Ashley Photography {Photo: Nicole Ashley}

Romantic Country – there’s never a bad time to play a poetic country love song

  • Love Is a Wild Thing / Kacey Musgraves
  • From the Ground Up / Dan + Shay
  • You Make It Easy / Jason Aldean
  • Heaven / Kane Brown
  • In Case You Didn’t Know / Brett Young
  • I Need You / Tim McGraw feat. Faith Hill
  • This Girl / Hunter Hayes
  • I Do / Morgan Evans
  • All About Her / Paul Brandt
  • Tennessee Whiskey / Chris Stapleton

Wedding Song Ideas 2018{Photo: Sharon Litchfield}

Classic Covers – romantic replays to use for a special dance or two 

  • Crazy Love / Juke Ross — original Van Morrison
  • Can’t Help Falling in Love / Haley Reinhart — original Elvis Presley
  • I Can’t Take My Eyes Off You / Joseph Vincent — original Frankie Valli
  • To Make You Feel My Love / Mick McAuley & Winifred Horan — original Billy Joel
  • I’m Gunna Be (500 Miles) / Sleeping At Last — original Peter, Paul and Mary
  • Time After Time / Tyler Ward acoustic version — original Cyndi Lauper
  • Have I Told You Lately That I Love You / John Adams — original Van Morrison
  • Wings / Amber Leigh Irish — original Birdy
  • Love at First Sight / Blame Jones  — original Kylie Minogue
  • Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic / Sleeping At Last — original The Police
  • La Vie En Rose / Daniela Andrade — original Louis Armstrong

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01/5/18

Edmonton Bridal Boutiques

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Finding the Perfect Wedding Gown

One of the most exciting elements of planning your wedding is finding the dress of your dreams. Here in Edmonton, the wedding dress scene has blossomed, and we’re fortunate to have some stylish and savvy local boutiques at our fingertips. Before you get started, here are a few tips to make the most of your gown shopping experience:

  1. Shop early. Gowns can take 6 to 8 months to order; the alteration process can take up to 2 months. Keep these timeline in mind and give yourself plenty of time before your wedding day to avoid stress and costly rush charges.
  2. Choose your crew wisely. Too many opinions can be overwhelming and may confuse the selection process. Bring just a few of your besties or family members who will support you and your wedding vision.
  3. Be open minded. Don’t be afraid to surprise yourself! You might fall in love with a dress that you didn’t expect to like on the hangar.
  4. Set a budget. Establish a realistic budget and stick to it. It’s tempting to try on gowns that are outside of your budget but the can lead to some major disappointment.

Boutiques for Brides and Maids

Delica Bridal | Location: #108, 2951 Ellwood Drive
Delica Bridal is a sister-owned boutique for brides who want a no-fuss, relaxed experience. Known for their warm and inviting service, Delica carries a unique collection of curated gowns form exclusive and emerging designers, making it a haven for brides (and bridesmaids) who are looking for something different. Most notably, they carry the coveted Hayley Paige, Lazaro and Truvelle lines.

Edmonton Wedding Dress Shops

Novelle Bridal Shop | Location: 10553 124 Street
Located on Edmonton’s trendy 124th Street, Novelle Bridal’s gorgeous 2-storey shop features floor-to-ceiling windows and a loft dedicated to bridesmaid dresses. Personal attention is their mantra – book a complimentary one hour session, or upgrade to a Couture Consultation for an extended appointment time complete with sparkling juice and sweet treats for your entourage. Novelle now carries the coveted Berta bridal line.

Edmonton Bridal Boutiques

Pure Bridal | Location: 11267 170 Street
Pure Bridal is an intimate bridal shop located in west Edmonton. Since their opening in 2006, they have helped thousands of brides find “the one” with exclusive and personalized service. The over-sized private change rooms offer plenty of space, providing a serene and relaxed environment. Along with carrying both bridal and bridesmaid gowns, Pure Bridal can complete your ensemble with custom made veils and jewelry.

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The Bridal Boutique | Location: 10935 120 Street (New Location!)
With Lillian Bowedring and her three daughters at the helm, The Bridal Boutique has taken the Alberta wedding industry by storm with locations in both Edmonton and Calgary. Now located in the trendy Holland Plaza, they carry a stylish collection of bridal and bridesmaid gowns in all budgets, including designers Essence of Australia, Pronovias and Martin Liana.

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05/7/17

5 Things You Need to Know About Destination Weddings

Many people have the impression that destination weddings are easier and less stressful than planning a wedding at home – but that’s not always the case. Here are 5 important factors to consider when planning a destination wedding

1. YOUR GUESTS
Destination weddings ask a lot of your invitees: the cost of travel, of course, and depending on the location guests may have to take time off work to attend your nuptials. You’ll likely have friends or family who cannot attend or choose not to attend for various reasons. Be prepared for some loved ones to miss the occasion and don’t take it personally.

Tips:

    • Provide accommodation options at different price points to suit a range of budgets.
  • Setup a wedding website to convey travel information to your guests to make it easier for them to attend.

2. PLANNING FROM AFAR
If you have “Type A” tendencies, a destination wedding may not be a good fit! Unless you’re able to travel to the location before the wedding to scope out venues and meet with vendors in person, you may find it difficult to make all your plans remotely, especially when cultural differences and language barriers come into play. In some destinations it can take weeks to receive email responses – not every bride has the patience to deal with that pace of planning.

Tips:

  • Do your research! Search for real photos from travel review sites or destination wedding blogs to avoid unwelcome surprises.
  • Engage the services of a Wedding Planner experienced with weddings in the area.

3. BON VOYAGE BUDGET
It is a common belief that destination weddings are much cheaper than celebrating at home, however tropical resort packages can be deceiving as they are often for a very small number of guests and do not include a private reception.

A weak Canadian dollar can affect affordability of destinations abroad, so why not consider a beautiful destination closer to home? Canada boasts incredible locations throughout the Rocky Mountains, Okanagan Valley and West Coast.

Tips:

  • Look off-resort for great local venues that will give you more flexibility in customizing your wedding and choosing your suppliers.
  • Some locations may offer better rates for weekday and/or low season weddings.

4. THE UNEXPECTED
Destination weddings are more likely to be affected by factors beyond your control. Examples include extreme weather, such as hurricanes, snow storms, floods and forest fires (we’ve had weddings affected by all of the above); health outbreaks like Swine Flu and most recently, Zika Virus; and foreign political unrest.

Tips:

  • If you’re heading somewhere tropical, check when that area is most likely to experience severe storms – in other words, don’t have your wedding during hurricane season!
  • Look into getting traveller’s insurance and wedding cancellation insurance.

5. MAKING IT LEGAL
Each country has their own legal requirements for marriages. Some countries mandate blood tests and may require that you’re in the country for a specified number of days before the wedding takes place. In Canada and the U.S. marriage licenses are issued by province / state, so be sure to check the particulars for your wedding location.

Tip: 

  • Consider getting married legally at home shortly before or after your destination wedding, and have a symbolic ceremony abroad. This can look and feel exactly the same as a legal ceremony so your guests won’t know the difference – and you may save yourselves some headaches.

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As published in the Fall/Winter 2016 issue of Blush Magazine.

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11/26/16

First Look Photos

More and more couples are choosing to break tradition and see each other before they walk down the aisle. Referred to as a “first look,” it is when the to-be-weds see one another in their wedding attire with their photo and video team present to document the moment. Most couples then spend a couple of hours taking photos with their wedding party before heading to the ceremony to say I Do.

While this change of format isn’t for everyone, taking photos before the ceremony is a great idea for a few reasons:

  • Feeling fresh. Taking photos right after you get ready means your hair and makeup will be at their best. (This also applies to your flowers!)
  • Capture the moment. Your photo and video team will ensure this special moment is captured at all angles, with no risk of Uncle Hank’s iPad obstructing the view.
  • Keep calm and marry on. If you’re the anxious type, hanging out and taking photos with the bridal party will help you relax before the ceremony.
  • Gone with the gap. Getting photos out of the way before the ceremony saves your guests the painful wait in between events, and allows you to spend more time visiting with them. This is particularly convenient if both ceremony and reception are being held at the same venue.

Here are some amazing photos of JBW couples sharing their first look!

Sharon Litchfield Photography First Look Photos Edmonton Jennifer Bergman Weddings Edmonton{Sharon Litchfield Photography}

Blue Suit Groom Edmonton{Blake Loates Photography}

Scottish Kilt Groom Edmonton Best Edmonton Wedding Planner{Carey Nash Photography}

Valentine's Day Backdrops for photography{Gabe McClintock}

Gay Edmonton Weddings Gay Wedding Edmonton{Brianna Hughes Photography}

Edmonton First Look Photographers Luxe Edmonton Wedding Planner{Sharon Litchfield Photography}

Edmonton River Valley Wedding Photos Edmonton Wedding Planner{ENV Photography}

custom wedding backdrop Brentwood Bay Wedding Planner{Jesse Holland Photography}

First Look Photos Before Wedding Ceremony Jennifer Bergman Weddings Kelowna Wedding Planner Sparkling Hill Wedding Planner{Kevin Trowbridge Photography}

Jennifer Bergman Weddings Edmonton Sharon LitchfieldEdmonton Wedding Planner{Sharon Litchfield Photography}

Jasper Park Lodge Wedding Planner{kate Redinger Photographer}

Edmonton Destination Wedding Planner Nicole Ashley Edmonton Canmore Wedding Planner{Nicole Ashley Photography}

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02/24/16

Wedding Song Ideas 2016

We are back with our 2nd edition of Wedding Song Ideas (check out Part 1 here)! Choosing those special songs for your wedding day can be challenging for many couples, so we’ve compiled a list of ideas – both Classic and Contemporary – for all those memorable moments.

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Classic:

  1. Hallelujah / Jeff Buckeley
  2. Summer Guest / Ásgeir
  3. Maybe I’m Amazed / Vitamin String Quartet
  4. La Valse de L’Amour / Patrick Doyle
  5. Beethoven’s 5 Secrets / The Piano Guys
  6. Clair de Lune / Clade Debussy
  7. Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring / Johann Sebastian Bach
  8. Your Guardian Angel / Vitamin String Quartet
  9. Here Comes the Sun / Guitar Dreamers
  10. I’m Ready / Bryan Adams

Contemporary:

  1. Boom Clap / Lennon & Maisy
  2. Flightless Bird, American Mouth / Iron & Wine
  3. Turning Page / Sleeping at Last
  4. What Love is All About / Johnny Reid
  5. Somewhere Only We Knew / Lily Allen
  6. Love / Matt White
  7. Love Someone / Jason Mraz
  8. You and I / Michael Bublé
  9. When You Say You Love Me / Josh Groban
  10. Falling in Love at a Coffee Shop / Landon Pigg

Bridesmaid DressesGrand Entrance

Classic:

  1. Signed, Sealed, Delivered / Stevie Wonder
  2. You Make My Dreams Come True / Hall & Oats
  3. It’s Not Unusual / Tom Jones
  4. Could You be Loved / Bob Marley and the Wailers
  5. Come Fly With Me / Frank Sinatra
  6. That’s Amore / Dean Martin
  7. You’re My Best Friend / Queen
  8. Bittersweet Symphony / The Vitamin String Quartet
  9. This Will Be / Natalia Cole
  10. Get Ready / The Temptations

Contemporary:

  1. Happy / Pharrell Williams
  2. Shut Up and Dance / Walk the Moon
  3. Honey, I’m Good / Andy Grammar
  4. Sugar / Maroon 5
  5. Adventure of a lifetime / Coldplay
  6. I Got U / Duke Dumont feat. Jax Jones
  7. Top of the World / Tim McGraw
  8. Love Is / Rod Stewart
  9. Good Life / Kanye West feat. T-Pain
  10. Best Day of My Life / American Authors

party dressesFirst Dance

Classic:

  1. It Had To Be You / Billie Holiday
  2. Something In The Way She Moves / James Taylor
  3. Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic / Sleeping At Last (cover of The Police)
  4. Let’s Stay Together / Al Green
  5. You Are So Beautiful / Joe Cocker
  6. I Cross My Heart / George Strait
  7. Crazy Love / Van Morrison
  8. Endless Love / Diana Ross & Lionel Richie
  9. Unchained Melody / Righteous Brothers
  10. La Vie en Rose / Andrea Bocelli

Contemporary:

  1. Thinking Out Loud / Ed Sheeran
  2. Purpose / Justin Bieber
  3. Tenerife Sea / Ed Sheeran
  4. How Long Will I Love You / Ellie Goulding
  5. Latch (Acoustic) / Sam Smith
  6. State of Grace (Acoustic) / Taylor Swift
  7. I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) / Sleeping At Last
  8. Die a Happy Man / Thomas Rhett
  9. Heartbeat / Chris Young
  10. Close Your Eyes / Michael Bublé
  11. The One / Kodaline

https://www.jojobride.co.ukParent Dance

Classic:

  1. Cupid Shuffle / Cupid
  2. Overjoyed / Stevie Wonder
  3. I’ll Be Seeing You / Billy Holiday
  4. When the Stars Go Blue / Tim McGraw
  5. When You Need Me / Bruce Springsteen
  6. Landslide / Fleetwood Mac
  7. When You’re Smiling / Louis Armstrong
  8. The Prayer / Céline Dion & Andrea Bocelli
  9. Cinderella / Steven Curtis Chapman
  10. Love Me Tender / Barbara Streisand (with Elvis Presley)

Contemporary:

  1. To the Moon and Back / Luke Bryan
  2. Book of Love / Peter Gabriel
  3. Even My Dad Does Sometimes / Ed Sheeran
  4. I’ve Got You (And You’ve Got Me) / Lennon & Maisy
  5. Stars / Alessia Cara
  6. Golden / Lady Antebellum
  7. Across the Universe / Rufus Wainwright
  8. By Your Side / Sade
  9. Lost Stars / Adam Levine
  10. In My Life / Diana Krall

bridesmaid dressesBouquet/Garter Toss

Classic:

  1. Walk this Way / Aerosmith & Run – DMC
  2. Hit Me With Your Best Shot / Pat Benatar
  3. A Little Less Conversation / Elvis Presley
  4. U Can’t Touch This / MC Hammer
  5. Last Dance / Donna Summer
  6. The Final Countdown / Europe
  7. I Got You / James Brown & His Famous Flames
  8. Burning Down the House / Talking Heads
  9. Whip It / Devo
  10. She’s a Lady / Tom Jones

Contemporary:

  1. Watch Me / Silento
  2. Hot in Here / Nelly
  3. Partition / Beyoncé
  4. Country Girl / Luke Bryan
  5. Milkshake / Kelis
  6. Marvin Gaye / Charlie Puth & Meghan Trainor
  7. S.O.B / Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
  8. My House / Flo Rida
  9. Hey Mama / David Guetta ft. Nicki Minaj, Bebe Rexha & Afrojack
  10. Don’t Stop The Party / Pitbull

Photo Credits (top-bottom): Carey Nash Photography, Brianna Hughes Photography, DQ Studios, Kelly Redinger Photographer, DQ Studios.

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