Local businesses key to recent wedding success

Williams family thankful for hospitality in Hope

The Williams family would like to thank these great business people who helped make Amanda and Ryan’s wedding on July 20 such a wonderful success.

First, a huge thank you to Claudette, Kerry and staff at the Hope Golf Club for the amazing hospitality and food. You worked so hard to make the day unbelievable and it was.

Thank you to Dutchies Bakery for making the delicious wedding cake, Flowers in Motion (Brad the gorgeous arrangements were exactly what they wanted), Naomi Toews and Picasso Hair Design (thank you for making the girls look like super models), and Ray Scott (thank you for officiating the ceremony and helping make the day so special). Great job David Mawhinney, the awesome DJ who had us dancing all night, and an extra special thanks to Cairith at Bluhr Photography and Hillary at Hillary Smith Photography – you ladies did a fantastic job of capturing the special day.

Last, but certainly not least, thank you so much to Ryan’s wonderful family the Normans, who travelled from all over Canada to be in Hope for the week. The “Norman Invasion” brought much love, laughter and wonderful new friendships to our family. It truly was a special week.

Carolann Williams,

Hope

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