The vision E&P had for their Canoe Restaurant wedding was a fun time with good people. And of course good food. Really good food. It seems they are known among their friends to have impeccable taste when it comes to food. That is where Canoe comes in. We started the day at the nearby Royal York Hotel and then walked over to Canoe for the Tea Ceremony to honour their families. P exchanged her red dress for a white one with an absolutely breathtaking train and then we explored the streets of downtown Toronto for some pictures. Guests arrived for a heartfelt ceremony complete with their four-legged friend as the ring bearer. Afterwards their nearest and dearest dinned on a sumptuous locally sourced meal. Perfection! View full post »
Here is a sneak peek of Julia & Dom’s fabulous Costa Rica wedding. They wed at the stunning Punto de Vista Villa in Manuel Antonio. Words cannot describe how much joy was in the air that day! I can’t wait to share more very soon.
Wedding Design & Coordination: Tropical Occasions Hair: Monica Mosapor
Carolyn & Jon’s Trump Hotel Wedding was joyous day! Right from the moment I arrived I could feel the love. They both got ready at the hotel, Carolyn and her ladies in a beehive of hair & makeup activity, and Jonathan and his men entrenched in a game of Settlers of Catan. It was a very rainy day but this didn’t slow our stride. For this downtown Toronto wedding we didn’t want to venture too far and loose valuable time so we used the areas in and around the Trump Hotel. For a little variety we went to nearby Massey Hall and then to the University of Toronto campus for some greenery. After a quick touch up and towel off these lovebirds said their I Do’s under a plexiglass and flower chuppah and then danced the night away with their nearest and dearest. View full post »
Ashley & Cole were married on a warm and sunny September afternoon near the shores of Lake Simcoe, north of Toronto. The ceremony was held outdoors in the green gardens of The Briars, a heritage manor steeped in history, hospitality, and beauty in Jackson’s Point, Ontario. A friend led the couple in their vows, beneath a sky of blue and a wooden teepee inspired altar that was fringed with flowers, ferns and sprigs of green. The couples’ niece and nephew served as flower girl and ring bearer. The flower girl floated down the aisle sweetly in tulle, and the ring bearer marched alongside her, cute-as-a-button dressed in suspenders and smiles. View full post »