Published On: August 13, 2018374 words1.9 min read


The countdown is on to one of the biggest wedding events of the year, here in Montreal!

On September 2nd and 3rd, Marions-Nous (Let’s Get Married) will once again be bringing an estimated 3000 brides, and 300 exhibitors together. With at least two events each year, more than 7500 brides have taken advantage of all this occasion has to offer.

It is the easiest way to plan your entire wedding in a “one spot shopping” experience. Held at the lovely Place Bonaventure, it is easily accessible and located in the heart of Downtown Montreal.

Undoubtedly, engaged couples will be looking for the perfect venue, decor, dress, DJ, and photographers. However, what about something unique for after the wedding?



There are several ways to celebrate and remember your big day. One of them is by using the services provided by Newport Brushstrokes.

Newport Brushstrokes Fine Art Inc is known for their astounding and realistic photo to oil canvas works of art. Simply upload the photo you wish to have recreated, choose the size and the frame, and their team will take care of the rest.

It will be hard to choose just one photo, as you will be sure to find an amazing photographer at the event. Perhaps it is a photo of you reciting your vows, or your first kiss as a married couple. Or, maybe it’s a candid shot that captured the love perfectly. No matter which photo you choose, you can trust Newport Brushstrokes to preserve the beautiful moment in an equally as gorgeous work of art.

Be sure to find their booth at this year’s event to get more information. Members of their staff will be more than excited to answer any questions you may have. One year, they even held a raffle, and the winner received a photo to oil canvas painting!

In the meantime, you take a look at their Official Website and follow them on Facebook.

If you don’t have tickets yet, what are you waiting for? You can buy your tickets online now! (You may even be able to get a discount!)

Which moment from your wedding would you want to have recreated?