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White Rock, BC, Canada < change city >



May, 2007 in White Rock

"The wedding was in White Rock, but I live in Vancouver, so most of the vendors are in Vancouver."

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Reception: Peace Arch Provincial Park





Confetti Party Supply Tent & Rentals

3033 King George Highway
Surrey, BC, Canada

"King George Highway, White Rock (Surrey). Everything from cake servers, water boiler/dispensers to helium tanks, tents, tables, chairs, chair covers. Even a wooden "dance floor"!"

Cakes/Candies Vendor:

La Patisserie

8278 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC, Canada

"Granville Street, Vancouver. Pick any of their flavours to make a wedding cake out of. We picked chocolate mousse (and saved money by getting a 'birthday cake', which is not as tall)."


Cambie Flowers

5570 Cambie Street
Vancouver, BC, Canada

"Cambie Street, Vancouver. Very experienced and friendly; let me come a few times to pick the correct colours. (gave me flower for my hair free)"

Honeymoon Vendor:

A Snug Harbour Inn B&B

460 Marine Drive
Ucluelet, BC, Canada

"Very nice bed and breakfast in quiet Ucluelet (Vancouver Island, on the Pacific coast). Very private and geared toward couples. They have winter "Storm Watch" rates which can be half the summer rates."

Invitations Vendor:


White Rock, BC, Canada

"It's not really a vendor... but my handmade-low-cost invitations were basically this fold. No envelope needed! Just get fancy paper."

Wedding Fashion Vendor:

Bliss Bridal

710 Columbia Street
New Westminster, BC, Canada

"Columbia Street, New Westminster. Second-hand wedding dresses. Pay half for deposit when you pick, they will dry clean it, and you pay the other half when you pick it up. They offered to steam the wrinkles out the week before the wedding for free (although it was too far for me to take that offer). I found the cutest corset-style one that I didn't have to get altered at all!"


Peace Arch Provincial Park

"We rented the "Picnic Shelter" on the Canadian side. It is only $200 for the whole day, and includes a fully equipped kitchen, hall with chairs and tables for around 150, one huge barbecue pit and a fireplace. (The public can still use the other huge barbecue pit and picnic tables around the site.) Book it well in advance for summer weekends, since many people use it for anniversaries, club parties, or just barbecues. Call the manager ("Contact Information") to book. BC Government's site: http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/peacarch.html Peacearchparg.org has information for both US and Canada halves of the park: http://www.peacearchpark.org/peacearch.htm"