About Us

Once upon a time, Miss Bee and Miss Charlie went on a quest to find a one-stop-online-haven for Winnipeg brides-to-be struggling for creative and innovative avenues toward their special prairie day. After discovering that a place to discuss budget dilemmas, share ideas, check out DIY tips, or to just brag about fabulous prairie weddings does not exist, Little Bride on the Prairie willed itself into existence.

From fashion to flowers, electrifying venues and glowing decor, this blog strives to shine a spotlight on the epic possibilities that more than exist in (in our humble opinion) one of the greatest Canadian prairie cities there is. We want to see the elegant ballroom wedding, the vintage garden wedding, the tattooed rock n roll Elvis inspired wedding and everything in between! Be it on a ranch, an open field, The Exchange District, Assiniboine Park Zoo, or the Paddle Wheel Queen - wherever you're wed in Winnipeg, we want to share the prairie wedding love!

Real brides. Real weddings. Real prairies. So give it up all you Little Prairie Brides, just engaged, in the heat of planning, trashing the dress or still glowing from your wheat-filled nuptial exchange - share your special day with us, and we will crow about it to the wide wedding world!

We're starting small in Winnipeg, Manitoba, but that's how the best things grow. We hope to expand to province wide and beyond as momentum increases. Stay tuned!
In the mean time,

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 Your Fair Ladies
Miss Bee
Having been obsessed with weddings since the tender age of 12, Miss Bee is excited to use this opportunity to go crazy about them in a public forum. With a professional background in English literature and book publishing, she recently moved to Toronto to pursue her career in book publicity and marketing, as well as writing. Despite this, her heart will forever be in Winnipeg.

Her first book will be out Spring 2012 with ECW Press.

 Miss Charlie

Technical support and layout junkie. She is currently pursuing a degree in English and History. A dream job would be to work at a design or fashion magazine.