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A Wedding In London (Ontario)

All week, as we lead up the much-anticipated royal wedding, we’ll be featuring weddings from Southern Ontario. (See if you can spot a common theme!)

On May 29, 2010, Ashley and Sean were married in London, Ontario, at St. Peters Cathedral Basilica, followed by a reception at the Old Court House. Photographer Heather MacEachern of HRM Photography took the couple on a tour of downtown London, stopping at a variety of different locations including a cafe/novelty store, the Prince Albert Diner and an alley filled with graffiti containing some familiar words.

The one thing Ashley and Sean would have changed about their wedding? “We wouldn’t have left the cake in the sun.” Oops.

Photography By:  HRM Photography

Ceremony Location: St. Peter’s Cathedral Basilica
Reception Location: Old Court House
Cake: Cake Alicious
Dress: Paloma Blanca from Nicholas & Elizabeth
Flowers/Decorator:  Rossini Floral & Event Planning
Hair/Makeup: DeVog
Caterer: Culinary Catering
DJ: Music Central


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