What struck me most about today's charming bicycle wedding was the awesome images by Luke Liable Photography. I just love the distinctive way he captured the entire wedding day. Not only that, but it looks like the couple, Erin and Russell, dedicated a good amount of time and effort for their wedding photos, as well, posing in interesting spots like on the fire escape of a brick building and inside the old Boyne school house.
Erin and Russell were married in the summertime at the Carman Pentecostal Assembly in Carman, Manitoba, Canada. The couple had been friends for many years before they began dating a few years ago. "We started dating in November, were engaged in February, and were married in July!" said the bride, Erin. "Russell proposed on a snowy walk around our small town where I found a bike with a ring in the basket. Biking was how our relationship really started, so it was so important to have that reflected in our day, as well. Riding a bike in your wedding dress is not as easy as I thought!"
Erin and Russell chose to incorporate their shared love of biking in their wedding day, riding a bike for photos, placing their ceremony programs in a bicycle basket at the start of the aisle, and with a custom made wire cake topper by Heather Boyd Wire. The wedding also had a bit of vintage flair, using a purple and gray color palette, along with burlap and lace fabric details used for the ceremony altar and reception centerpieces. The adorable printables, which included the mad libs guest book and the personalized Jones bottle labels for the wedding favors, were created by the bride's sister. Erin and Russell also hosted a s'mores bar, which was put together by the bride's father and sister.
Charming Bicycle Wedding with Vintage Flair - Vendors & Credits
Photographer: Luke Liable Photography
Venue: Carman Pentecostal Assembly
Caterer: Country Style Catering
Floral Designer: Carman Florists & Gift Boutique
Wedding Dress: White by Vera Wang via David's Bridal
Bridesmaids Attire: J.Crew
Groomsmen Attire: Indochino
Cake Topper: Heather Boyd Wire