Brackley Homestead Wedding | Matthew + Jackie

Matthew grew up on Prince Edward Island, and when he decided to move to Alberta, he ended up finding the love of his life. Jackie always lived in Alberta but had told Matthew on their first date how she always wanted to travel across Canada. Six months into their relationship, they planned a trip to PEI so that Jackie could experience the east coast and meet Matthew’s family. She fell in love with the Island and the next year they were back visiting PEI. On this trip, while walking in Victoria Park, Matthew proposed to Jackie and she couldn’t imagine their wedding anywhere else than on PEI, in Brackley. So this past weekend, family and friends gathered to weather the wind and rain and witness Matthew and Jackie become husband and wife on the property where Matthew grew up.


They didn’t care that it was raining, or that the wind was cold, they had their dream wedding surrounded by all of their favorite people. brackley wedding brackley wedding brackley wedding brackley wedding brackley wedding brackley wedding brackley wedding brackley wedding brackley wedding brackley wedding

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I really enjoyed capturing this special Brackley Homestead wedding.



Venue: Winsloe Lions Club
Ceremony Location: Robinson Homestead
Wedding Co-ordinator: Nicole Soucy
Dress purchased at: Elite Bridal Boutique
Dress Designer: Romantic Bridal
Tux Rentals: Moore’s Clothing for Men
Hair Stylist: Erin Robinson
Make-up Artist: Sarah Rhead
Florist: Hearts & Flowers
Cake Designer: Butter Bespoke Cake & Pastry Design
Stationary: Vista Print
Music Provided by: The MC Company

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