This wedding is also featured on Confetti Magazine!
Gretel & Henry’s wedding was a fusion of family tradition and modern flair. Part of the couple’s wedding ceremony included the age-old Chinese Tea Ceremony that was celebrated in their home, honoring Henry’s family, including the very entertaining Chinese Door/Gate Crashing Games with their wedding party.
Gretel & Henry’s design vision was for a modern, geometric, and clean design, and the Art Gallery of Alberta fit that bill perfectly. We chose a black, grey and white palette with accents of gold to provide the drama while keeping the design clean and modern to coordinate with the venue. Gretel, being artistically inclined, took on the challenge to craft the décor at their ceremony and reception.
The fun-loving couple also knows how to make an entrance – we assisted in setting up their scooter and props as the newlyweds entered the reception to “Ridin’ Dirty” by Chamillionaire with Gretel as a police officer arresting Henry on the scooter. Needless to say, these two danced the night away with their closest friends and family until the end of the night.
Full Planning & Design: The Wedding Belles
Photography: Michael Chan Photography
Videography: Evan (Gretel’s friend)
Officiant: Vincent Liu
Caterer: Prairie Catering
Music: Revolution Entertainment
Florist: Wonderful Weddings
Venue: Art Gallery of Alberta
Cake: Wild Rose Cakes
Hair: Vicki (Henry’s sister)
Make up: TB Beauty YEG