Westwood Plateau Wedding: Tyler & Christina

What a FUN day!!

This young, good-looking couple met in grade 8!! They met on MSN messenger (Matt & I can relate to this) and after talking for a bit, Christina finally built up the courage to go find Tyler in the cafeteria at school! In Tyler’s words “She liked my baggy clothes and I dug her sweet bangs!” 🙂

Even with them being young, they have years of history together and have already been part of each others families for a long time! What a great experience celebrating with them and their closest friends and family!!

Christina: “A memorable thing for me was Matt taking the photo of my shoes on the piano. Little did he know, that piano was my grandparents who are no longer with us. I was struggling to find a way to honour them, and I think Matt captured it beautifully. When my sister and I were younger, we’d go over there and my grandpa would play the piano and my grandma, sister and I would dance along. The pictures just represents that to me!!! I thank you so much for that!”

One of the highlights was their “first look”. They were so excited to see each other. Christina couldn’t wait to see Tyler’s reaction when he saw her all dressed up and he didn’t disappoint- he was grinning ear to ear!

At the ceremony, Christina became very emotional seeing her family and the wedding party all lined up ready to walk down the aisle. She tried to hold back tears but couldn’t when she saw her bridesmaids start tearing up.

Tyler & Christina had one of the best receptions we’ve been to! The speeches were hilarious and they even had a live band featuring our groom Tyler on the drums! It was amazing and the dancing didn’t stop!


Ceremony & Reception Venue: Westwood Plateau Golf & Country Club   

Florist: Bobi Radke | DJ: Ben Balcke | Hair: Melinda Broughton | Special Music: Brandon Lehti

Wedding Dress: Mori Lee from The Bridal Gallery | Men’s Suits: Moores

Band: Tyler Gendron, Matthew Gendron, Brandon Lehti, Ryan Stead



  • julie - Awesome photos? Tilt shift used in some?

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