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I'm Lisa Kirk, a wife, mama, writer, and founder. Since 2010, Something Pretty has been home to my favorite memories, reflections, and inspirations. Thanks so much for reading!

Sparkly Sweet Quebec Wedding

Weddings

I think it’s a good sign that with practically every wedding I post, I’m convinced it’s my favorite wedding ever. This time, it is happening again in a big way because I’m kind of obsessed with this wedding! The bride’s fabulous BHLDN gown and spunky side braid are just the first details I fell for, followed by the most fashionable bridal party ever, the gold chiavaris, and the French/English program options (it is Quebec after all!). All that said, don’t even get me started on how adorable and in love this sweet bride and groom look. Enjoy this one, y’all–it’s a good one! :)

{Vendors: Photography: Junophoto| Venue: Baie de Beauport| Florals: Les Halles en fleurs| Bride’s dress: BHLDN| Bride’s shoes: Spring Shoes| Bride’s hair: Salon La Chop| Groom’s suit: Zara| Engagement ring: Brilliant Earth}

Thank you so much to Junophoto for the delight of sharing these absolutely beautiful pictures!

Love, Lisa

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  1. Dana says:

    oh my goodness! soo adorable! i ooo-ed and ahh-ed at every picture!

  2. Kristen says:

    oh she’s fabulous! i love!!

  3. Rhiannon says:

    Goodness I just love Quebec! It’s such a charming portion of Canada and the French? J’adore :) Oh and that gown is hands down so much prettier in real life if you can imagine that. My latest bride rocked it too!

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