Unless you have been living under a rock you have already heard of the powerhouse content creator Quigley from Officially Quigley. Not only is she out there doing incredible things for her community and the fashion/blogging world, but she is also the kindest and most humble human being. When I was contacted to be apart of her surprise vow renewal I was ecstatic! After exchanging a few emails I flew out to California to work with an incredible team to pull off the ultimate surprise. Right after Quigley and Alex were married, Alex found a vintage ring that he fell in love with at a pawn shop. A few days later he called to see if it was still there and was disappointed to learn it had been sold. But, his new wife had taken a photo of the ring and saved it on her phone. She secretly decided to have her jeweler, Mark Broumand, make a custom replica of it! This beautiful heart then decided to plan out a styled wedding shoot (they model quite a bit together) so she could surprise re-propose to him with his new ring for their one year anniversary. How amazing is that! We even did a few outfit changes to make it seem believable! This meant we got to play with couture wedding dresses, hang out with llamas, sample amazing food and drinks and of course, witness the most beautiful moment she surprised him with his new ring. This entire experience of collaborating with other creatives in California was incredible. I’m so honored I was able to be a part of this surprise vow renewal!

Feature in: Green Wedding Shoes
Floral Concept and Set Design: Christine Cater
Planning & design: Two Roads Events Co
Hair/Makeup: Christi Reynolds Beauty
Babes: Quigley & Alex 
Paper goods: Lynn & Loo Paper Co
Venue: Bear Flag Farm
Custom Jewellery: Mark Broumand
Dresses: Marchesa
Dress Boutique: Lovely Bride
Ribbons: Butler & White
Cake: Paper Heart Patisserie
Rentals: Archive Rentals
Linen Rentals: LA Tavola

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www.nicoleashley.ca

Nicole Ashley Photographer

 

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