Elise and Iain Celebrate Their Love With an Errington Hall Wedding
Elise and Iain chose to have their wedding at the Errington Hall on a warm sunny August day among family and friends. Iain grew up in Errington, and was happy to be back with his partner of 11 years to become officially married.
The groom and groomsmen wore Scottish kilts, representing Iain’s heritage. Elise is of Metis/Plains Cree descendance and wanted to include her cultural heritage in the wedding as well. In addition to exchanging personal vows, Elise and Iain performed a blanketing ceremony which symbolizes their unity as one in Indigenous cultures. They also performed a smudging ritual during the day and gifted kits to their guests at their dinner settings.
After the wedding ceremony, guests mingled with snacks and champagne and posed for a large group shot. After time spent mingling, Elise, Iain, and their bridal party drove 10 minutes down the road to Englishman River Falls where they took their formal photos. Back at the reception, guests had taken the chairs back indoors and were ready to eat at the buffet! During dinner, Elise and Iain laughed and cried while their closest people delivered their speeches. ♥
Errington Hall Weddings
An Errington Hall wedding can seat up to 120 guests. Rental fees includes tables, padded chairs, cutlery, and access to the kitchen. It’s an affordable hall to celebrate in! The dramatic red curtains up on the stage are effective for speeches, as the lighting is already set up for shows and stage performances. There is ample parking outside, and a few options for ceremony location within the grounds. You have access to the Errington Farmers Market area for your ceremony, which includes a beautiful field with an old growth Douglas Fir tree standing tall or the outdoor pavilion stage.
Wedding Venue: Errington War Memorial Hall