Whimsical British Columbia Wedding Photos by Dibble Photography
Dibble Photography and one cool couple are about to take you on a journey that begins in British Columbia, and ends back in the ’20s at a speak easy so stunning, you’ll swear you’ve died and gone to whiskey heaven. The journey these photos take you through are why it’s this weeks Real Wedding of the Week Award winner!
I love any wedding that plays up a theme a little bit and Jordan and Laura’s wedding did just that; they added the perfect mix of fun and playfulness to their wedding without going over the top on the theme. Most importantly, these two, not to mention all of their guests, looked like they had a ton of fun and you can’t argue with that
From Dibble Photography, “ Jordan and Laura’s wedding was a 1920s themed celebration in the newly renovated Civic Centre in Golden BC. The Civic Centre was converted to the Whisky Jack Speakeasy to fit with the prohibition era theme for the wedding on April 7, 2012. Also called a blind pig or blind tiger, a speakeasy is an establishment that illegally sells alcoholic beverages. They were very popular during prohibition, and they were often run by organized crime rings. It felt like the place was crawling with gangsters on the night of the wedding, and guests sipped falsely labeled beverages out of mason jars and dainty tea cups. Anything looks innocent in a tea cup. Jordan and Laura had pretty lax attitudes towards bootlegged booze, but they were adamant about guests adhering to the 1920′s dress code. And everyone played along! The fellas waxed their moustaches and wore suspenders, bowties, fedoras, news boy caps and boating hats. The dames ladies wore their best string of pearls, drop-waisted elaborate dresses with beads, fringe, feathers and lace. ”
Dibble Photography beautifully captured all the unique touches that made Laura and Jordan’s British Columbia wedding photos so amazing!