Tattoos and lace with an iceberg backdrop

February 13 | enidjcoleslaw  
Photos by: Sandra Lee

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Canadian bride Alicia and her Australian groom Andrew celebrated their wedding during iceberg season in Quidi Vidi village in St. John's, Newfoundland. Alicia is a tattoo artist, so they were able to get some fun shots in her tattoo studio. Oh, and let's not forget their adorable pup who dressed up for the occasion, too. Let's peek at the details sent from photographer Sandra Lee:

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There are more photos of Alicia and Andrew to see over at Sandra Lee's blog post!

  1. The love and joy in these pictures is contagious! Also, the shade of blue is fantastic on the both of you!

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  2. Sandra Lee Makes me so proud with her awesome shots. beautiful wedding with Alica as a beautiful bride!

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  3. So pretty and such happiness! Also, I LOVE that dress – does anybody know where it's from?

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    • I would also love to know more about this dress. It's exactly what I'm looking for.

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  4. An iceberg!? Is that for real? I'm from Houston, so I don't see things like that in real life. We see stranded cruise ships instead. I love the dog in a tutu. What a cute idea.

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  5. This makes me want to go back to Newfoundland!! (got engaged in Twillingate)

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  6. love the dress,i have a tattoo that is very important to me on my upper back and want a dress that cuts out like this to show it.

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