PEI Outdoor Wedding | Kellie + Tyler

Oooo she was a hot one last Friday but you know what? It didn’t seem to bother anyone! Kellie and Tyler had an intimate PEI outdoor wedding with their closest friends and family, at the home of Kellie’s sister and brother-in-law. It was gorgeous!!

There were many jokes made throughout the day about how long Kellie and Tyler had been planning their wedding. One in particular was that originally Cooper was to drive down the aisle in a Little Tykes car but instead he drove himself to the wedding! And to say that little miss Lilah stole the spotlight is an understatement. Just wait until you see her!

Blended families are something of the past and I love seeing how couples incorporate the union of the two families coming together. Kellie and Tyler performed a unity ceremony between Cooper, Tyler’s son, and Kellie, his now official step-mom. They combined two vases of sand into one to display the union between them.

There may have been a few vendor hiccups months and weeks approaching the wedding day, but honestly, I think the day was absolutely perfect!! I want to thank both Kellie and Tyler for having me as part of their long awaited day and for their friends and family for being so welcoming and kind ūüôā

If you liked this wedding, you should make sure to check out PEI Backyard Wedding | Alistair + Natalie .

Venue: North River Legion
Ceremony Location: Home of Bride’s Sister
Dress purchased at: The Perfect Pear Bridal  
Bridesmaids Dresses: Boutique 1861
Suit Rentals: Moore’s Clothing for Men¬†
Hair Stylist: Hair by Jennie Elizabeth
Make-up Artist: Kaitlin McCarville
Florist: Island Meadow Farms
Cake Designer: Ellie Bakes Cakes
Music Provided by: Bridget Blanchard
Wedding Favours: Sour Candy

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