Her side

I never thought I’d meet the love of my life online…but I did. Our story began when I summoned the courage to send him a message through Facebook. I had first noticed him on Vine in the Fall 2013. I was in my last year at Gallaudet University studying for my Masters in Social Work and meeting new people was the last thing on my mind. However, it did not stop me from visiting his Vine page numerous times...

It is now the night before Mother’s Day of 2014 and while surfing Facebook I saw that Brett was on. On a whim, I sent him a message. Suddenly he went offline and I freaked. I didn't know what to think. So I did what anyone would do in that situation...I went to bed. And of course, in the morning, there was a message from Brett! Thus began our conversations and we hit it off immediately, bonding over our mutual love for coffee, desired adventures and jalapeños. In just two months we had our very first date in Niagara Falls. Immediately I knew I was not just meeting an amazing man, I was meeting my future husband. 10 months later, he proposed on Mother’s Day at Niagara Falls.

His side

We became friends on Facebook about two years ago but we never actually exchanged words. I think it was because she found me handsome and just wanted to be my friend (winks). I will admit one thing though, I spent a lot of time rummaging through her photos on Facebook. I could not believe how stunningly beautiful she was and still is.

The night before Mother's Day of 2014 while on Facebook, Emily sent me a message just before I signed off. My heart hit the floor. I didn't know what to do. So I replied and did what anyone would do in that situation...I went to bed. Then the next morning we just clicked.

You can say I have found my soulmate. I cannot wait to see her walk down the aisle and to marry her. Hopefully, I will not faint before I say 'I do.'

Maid of HonorTrista Langford
BridesmaidKatie Fisher
BridesmaidKelsey Gilstrap
BridesmaidSarah Goure
BridesmaidErin Marucci
BridesmaidAshley Thompson
Flower GirlEvangeline Fisher
Flower GirlZariella Langford-Haughton
Best ManGerry D'Amelio
Best ManMike Lawson
GroomsmanAndrew Goure
GroomsmanMatt Jenkins
GroomsmanNick Mazzurco
GroomsmanJon Mosholder
Ring BearerBenson Marucci

September 25, 2016
Wedding Ceremony: 3:00 PM
Wedding Reception: 5:00 PM

Country Heritage Park
8560 Tremaine Rd.
Milton, ON L9T 1X9
Country Heritage Park Gambrel Barn
To get there
Best Western Plus
161 Chisholm Drive
Milton, ON L9T 4A6
(905) 875-3818


Standard Rooms:
$109.99 CAD - (1) Queen Bed
$119.99 CAD - (2) Double Beds

Deluxe Rooms:
$119.99 CAD - (1) Queen Bed
$129.99 CAD - (1) King Bed
$139.99 CAD - (2) Queen Beds

Executive Rooms:
$139.99 CAD - (1) Queen Bed with pull-out sofa
$149.99 CAD - (1) King Bed with pull-out sofa

**Group block will expire on September 21st 2016. Make sure you book your room ASAP.**

Distance from wedding venue: 5.9km / 3.6 miles, 8 minute drive

Airport Information

If you are flying into town for the celebration, Milton is accessible from two airports:

Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) - 30 minutes from wedding venue.

Buffalo Niagara International Airport (BUF) - 1 hour 40 minutes from wedding venue.

Passport Information
Just a friendly reminder to be sure and check your current passports expiration date!! If you do not have a passport or need to renew your current passport the below website can help you get started!


***It's recommended you apply for your passport several months before the trip.

U.S. citizens ages 15 or younger with parental consent are allowed to cross the borders at land and sea entry points with certified copies of their birth certificates rather than passports. Visitors of all ages arriving in Canada by air required a passport.

Directions To The Wedding
Take the Hwy #401 west to Hwy #25 (Exit #320). Go north to 4th traffic lights, turn left onto Sideroad #5, travel west approx. 2 KM / 1.25 M, turn left onto Termaine Road, go over the Hwy #401 and Country Hertiage Park is on your right.
Take Steeles Avenue west; Travel through the northern outskirts of the Town of Milton; Continue on to a flashing amber light at Tremaine Road; Turn right and travel north on Tremaine Road; Country Hertiage Park is on the left side, just before the Hwy #401 overpass.
Take the Hwy #401 east to Guelph Line North (Exit #312); Travel north over the 401; Turn right onto Sideroad #5; Travel east approx. 6 KM / 3.7 M east; Turn right onto Tremaine Road; Go over the Hwy #401 and Country Hertiage Park is on your right.
Take Hwy #5 east beyond the Guelph Line to Tremaine Road; Turn left and travel north approx 15 KM / 9.3 M (past Derry Road and Steeles Avenue). Country Heritage Park is on the left, just before the Hwy #401.
Take Hwy #5 west past Hwy #25 to Tremaine Road; Turn right and travel north for approx 15 KM / 9.3 M (past Derry Road and Steeles Avenue). Country Heritage Park is on your left hand side, just before the Hwy #401 overpass.
Take US Interstate 90 West towards Buffalo. Proceed to Exit #53 (to US 190 North). Sign says "Bridge to Canada". Drive approx. 8 miles. Follow Exit #9 to the Peace Bridge. Make sure you have your passports to cross the bridge. In Canada, take Hwy QEW Toronto / Niagara. Drive approx 61 miles.

With Express Toll Route: Follow signs for ON-407 E / Express Toll Route. (Warning: You will get billed in the mail for about $20 roundtrip.) Take Exit #9 for Appleby Line. Turn left on Appleby Line / Halton Regional Rd 20. Turn right onto Derry Rd W / Halton Regional Rd 7. Turn left onto Tremaine Road / Halton Regional Rd 22.

Without Express Toll Route: Merge onto QEW / ON-403 E. Take Exit 107 for Appleby Line N. Turn left onto Appleby Line / Halton Regional Rd 20. Turn right onto Dundas St / Halton Regional Rd 5. Turn left onto Tremaine Rd / Halton Regional Rd 22.

Then Turn left onto Steeles Ave W / Halton Regional Rd 8. Turn right onto Tremaine Rd / Halton Regional Rd 22 again. Country Heritage Park is on your left hand side, just before the Hwy #401 overpass.
Things To Do
Milton Fall Fair

All weekend long there are kid-friendly events including dog agility shows, the 4-H Club’s rabbit hopping agility course, children’s pedal tractor pull, and pet show along with displays of children’s art, crafts and photography. Horse events and shows run each of the three days providing a showcase for jumpers, barrel racers and many more.

Hilton Falls Conservation Area

Hilton Falls wears well in any season. Like a chameleon, Hilton Falls blooms bright in spring with boundless wildflowers, envelopes its landscape in rich greens in the summer, blazes firey ambers and hues of red in the autumn and as the icy air tickles its way through barren branches and frozen waterfalls in the winter. 645 hectares of bliss.

Signs Restaurant & Bar

SIGNS is a 150 seat upper casual dining restaurant and bar. It is the first Canadian restaurant that is staffed with Deaf servers, bartenders, kitchen staff and hosts. SIGNS provides a distinctive opportunity for its guests to use American Sign Language (ASL) as a communication tool with its staff. SIGNS encourages guests to use ASL to order their food. With the help of instructions given in the Menu and ‘cheat book’, guests not only experience exceptional service, but also enjoy learning the language while interacting with SIGNS Deaf staff.

CN Tower

National icon, engineering wonder, Toronto must-see – at 553m/1,815ft the CN Tower is an award-winning dining and entertainment destination. Spectacular views include world-famous Glass Floor, SkyPod and glass fronted elevators with glass floor panels. Three restaurants include award-winning 360 Restaurant (elevation complimentary with entree). Plus film, KidZone, shopping and thrilling new EdgeWalk – world’s highest ‘hands-free’ walk, 356m/1168ft (116 stories) above ground.

Hockey Hall of Fame

Toronto's premier hockey attraction is home of the Stanley Cup and the best of hockey, you can DO IT ALL...AT THE HALL.

Ripley's Aquarium of Canada

Immerse yourself in a world of 16,000 aquatic animals and discover your own underwater adventure. The Aquarium features North America’s longest underwater viewing tunnel with more than 5.7 million litres of water and over 100 interactive opportunities. Get up close and personal with three touch exhibits featuring horseshoe crabs, sharks, and rays as well as daily dive shows every 2 hours.

If you have already received a wedding invite via text message, please RSVP to (724) 400-4777 by August 31st. Simply reply YES or NO if you are coming or not respectively. If you have not received a wedding invite via text message, please email emilyandbrettneverstop@gmail.com or text Brett @ 905-699-3467 or Emily @ 905-699-1504.