7 questions to ask to make your wedding more accessible for your disabled guests

I've attended events where I had trouble accessing information, or was entirely excluded, because of my blindness, auditory processing disorder, or food intolerances. I want to ensure our friends and family are included and accommodated at our wedding in the ways that work for them. How do we make it accessible for everyone? And not just for mobility issues, but for social anxiety, food intolerances, varied budgets, and more. Here are the questions I asked to make my own wedding accessible for myself and my guests…

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Get lost in the greenery at this herbal garden wedding (and see how they scored the perfect disability-friendly venue!)

This herbal garden wedding in Toronto was light, airy, and full of garden whimsy. We're talking real herbs, greenery-covered cookies and cakes, and tons of green and purple details that popped in their lovely venue, Boil King. The venue in particular was a win for the couple, Christie and Matt, since they needed it to accommodate people with various disabilities including four wheelchairs. Not an easy task! But the deed was done and it was done beautifully.

Don't miss the purple ombre cake at this fab herbal garden wedding in Toronto…

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This pair shared a tearjerking first dance together

Leann and Doug's North Vancouver wedding at the Pinnacle Pier Hotel had a lot of charm and one of the most adorable first dances. In almost 11 years together, they shared a gorgeous dance. Apparently the happy tears were overflowing. You'll love the gorgeous venue and sunny scenic ceremony. Oh, and don't even think about missing their amazing custom cake topper that totally channels them!