Looking back at 2017, I think Cherry blossoms seemed to be the common flower that our brides had chosen. It is beautiful and can be styled in so many ways. First, we are going to show you Pauline and Harry’s wedding at The Carlu. Blue and white chinoiserie patterns were used throughout the wedding design to reflect Pauline and Harry’s background. Food played a big part in the wedding as it is important for both French and Chinese culture. With guests coming from France and China, Pauline and Harry wanted a menu that is impressive in presentation and delicious. We worked with Oliver & Bonacini to custom design the menu that is asian fusion with elements of Chinese and French cuisine with Canadian touch. Pauline also wore a BHLDN wedding dress which is absolutely stunning. The wedding also got nominated as top 3 finalist for Best Wedding over $25,000 WPIC Wedding Award.
Happy Valentine’s Day! Today we wanted to share Anna and Richard’s wedding with you, one of the weddings that is near and dear in our hearts. We love incorporating personalized details in our couples’ weddings and this is what makes our clients’ wedding unique. Richard is a super sports fan and love watching all kinds of sports games. During our planning process, we had to schedule our meetings around game nights. On Anna and Richard’s wedding day, the bridal party had their photos done at a baseball field. Instead of a traditional guest book, Richard had purchased a pink baseball bat for Anna and a special one for himself for their guests to sign and write their wishes. The baseball bats are now displayed on their living room wall as a keepsake and a reminder of their wedding day.
The bridal party started the day getting ready at Sheraton Parkway North Toronto’s presidential suite.
The wedding ceremony took place at St. Bonaventure Catholic Church. After the ceremony, the wedding party headed to a baseball diamond for some fun photo sessions
The original walls at the ballroom were very dark and we transformed the room by using a lot of white flowers and candles to lighten up the room. Architectural elements carried throughout the design of the wedding. From the structural hanging arrangements at the head table, to the marbled texture wedding cake.
This is one of our all time favourite weddings and we are excited to finally share this on our blog. When the bride and groom that looked as charming as K-drama movie stars, along with beautiful details, this is one picture perfect wedding. Inspired by the cherry blossoms mural in the Four Seasons Toronto Vinci Room, we created this muted palette Cherry blossoms wedding along side with Sara from Sara Baig Designs. Now sit back and enjoy the photos of this beautiful wedding.