Susan and Colin wanted a simple “Kinfolk”-inspired wedding, and chose the beautiful Sea Cider Farm & Ciderhouse in Victoria, BC. Everything for their day was focused on what was most meaningful to them: close friends and family, a beautiful, rustic venue, and delicious, locally sourced cuisine. On the topic of food, it made perfect sense that it was one of the top priorities for this celebration since Colin’s family runs a local food publication called Eat Magazine. The chef from Juma, the catering company S + C chose, explained where all the food came from, and served the first chickpeas ever commercially grown on Vancouver Island! The food was perfectly complemented by several varietals of local cider, making it a perfect way to not only celebrate not only this sweet wedding day, but also the transition of the seasons from summer to fall.
Every person at the wedding was special to the bride and groom, and the intimate size of the wedding made it possible for them to spend quality time with each person. This was really lovely to witness and be a part of! It felt like one big family, eating together at community tables.