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Eden and Graeme’s wedding ceremony at The Ranche, violin and cello duo, September 7, 2013, Calgary AB

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This wedding was perfect, in a very unique way—it rained throughout the ceremony! This might not be some people’s definition of a perfect wedding, but in this case it was. The bride’s family is Scottish, and as the photographer Shannon Yau so elegantly put it on her blog: “the fog mixed with the rain, the tartan, and the bag pipes – it couldn’t have been more perfect.” Our string musicians added an additional layer of elegance and mystique that the venue (The Ranche) and weather had supplied for the wedding.

While Guests Arriving: Charpentier Prelude from Te Deum and additional classical music

Groom, Groomsmen Entrance : Pachelbel in Canon D

Flower Girls, Bride & Father, Bridesmaids Entrance: Bag Pipes

Signing :Wachet Auf, JS Bach

Recessional: Bag Pipes

Photographer: Shannon Yau Photography

Wedding planner: Rachel Andrews at Hera weddings and events

Wedding ceremony musicians: Duo d’Amore-string duos, trios and quartets