Aaron & Jay’s Sushi-Loving Rock n Roll Wedding

When I read the email that Aaron & Jay send to their photographer when they enquired about her shooting their wedding I was smitten. I wonder why huh?!

“I love your photos and would be thrilled if you could shoot our wedding on July 17th of this year. We are planning a super fun, little bit retro and a little bit country wild and crazy with a whole lot of DIY elements party here in Vancouver. ps. I found you through Rock n Roll Bride (the best wedding blog in the world).”

Yeah…flattery really will get you everywhere. Aaron & Jay’s wedding is also completely stupendously rad …always helps when you want to get your wedding featured on these here pages!

The couple were married outside The Old Hastings Mill Store, which was one of the only buildings in Vancouver to survive the Great Fire of 1886. It is now located near Jericho Beach in Kitsilano.  They were married with a view of the harbour, the boats and the mountains – bliss. For their reception they headed to Cambrian Hall.

The couple’s very first date was at Nikkyo Sushi on Main Street in Vancouver which just happened to be around the corner from their reception venue. So, for some fun wedding day pictures, the couple and their photographer Lisa headed out to have some sushi & beer. The couple also served sushi from Nikkyo Sushi at their reception!

Aaron wore a custom made dress from Dolly Couture and accessories from Farmer’s Daughter on Etsy. To compliment her outfit, her bridesmaids wore polkadot 1950s style dresses and they all had different coloured petticoats underneath. How gorgeous is that?!

A massive thank you to Aaron & Jay and their photographer Lisa for sharing this wedding with us today

Photography Credit: Ophelia Photography & Lori Eng
Wedding Coordination: Lotus Events
Ceremony Venue: The Old Hastings Mill Store
Reception Venue: Cambrian Hall 
Bride’s Dress: Dolly Couture
Bride’s Acessoires: Farmer’s Daughter on Etsy
Make Up: Miss Betty Draven
Hair: Jay Fisher from Pure Studio
Catering: Nikkyo Sushi 

3 comments

  1. Thank you so much for sharing this Kat. You are so amazing and I am really honoured to have this wedding featured. I know it means a lot to Aaron and Jay as well.

    All the best to you, Lisa

  2. Wow, thank you for sharing my wedding Kat!! I had a strong vision early on: we had a Buddhist ceremony with serious rockabilly flair, gorgeous bridesmaids and handsome groomsmen, generous and super helpful friends and family, and so much love. We were all about fun colour, crinoline, polka dots and country styling.

    Lisa of Ophelia Photography was a dream to work with and an incredibly talented and lovely lady. What a day!

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