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The 2017 BC Wedding Awards Winners Announced

The BC Wedding Awards recognizes the best of the BC wedding industry from planners to photographers and everything in between. The winners of each category are the companies with the highest scoring entries.

The 2017 BC Weddings Awards took place at The Hard Rock Molson Canadian Casino Theatre in Coquitlam on November 22nd, 2017. Congratulations everyone!

Here is the full list of winners.

Best Bridal Bouquet 
Celsia Floral

Best Edited Wedding Video
Memento Films

Best Photo Booth – Photo Sequence 
Vancouver Photobooth

Best South Asian Bride – Hair and Makeup

Best Wedding Cake Design
Momo Chen Cakes Ltd.

Best Wedding Location
Sea to Sky Gondola

Best Wedding Decor
Blue Lily Event Planning

Best Wedding Event Planning Under $75K
Filosophi Events – Erin Bishop

Best Wedding Event Planning Over $75K
Celebrate Events – Nicole Wiltens

Best Wedding Hairstyle
Salon Picasso

Best Wedding Makeup
Nadia Albano Style Inc.

Best Wedding Officiant
Young Hip & Married – Randy Hamm

Best Wedding Reception Venue
VanDusen Botanical Garden

Best Wedding Reception Venue
VanDusen Botanical Garden

Best Wedding Reception Venue – Hotel or Banquet Hall
Fairmont Pacific Rim

Best Wedding Photographer/Videographer/Cinematographer 
Fresh Finish Media

Photography – Best Candid/Photojournalism photograph
justine boulin photography

Photography – Best Overall Wedding Photography
Tara Lily Photography

Photography – Best Couple Wedding Photography
The Apartment Photography – Jeff Chang

Photography – Best Wedding Detail Photography
Adam and Kev Weddings – Adam Schelle

Photography – Best Wedding Group Photography
Shari + Mike Photographers – Shari Vallely

Industry Achievement Award
Sachin Khona

Best Tasting Cake
A. Elizabeth Cakes

Best Tasting Hors D’Oeuvres
Stomping Grounds Bistro

Photo from The Apartment Photography / BC Wedding Awards


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