Soft pastel hues of purple and pink, come our way. This elegant garden inspired Toronto wedding brings potted plants and lush floral centerpieces indoors, thanks to the designs of Distinct Occasions and Stemz. Thank you to 5ive5ifteen for sharing their lovely images with us!
The event and floral designers upped the wow factor by bringing in potted plants, making the reception space a little more magical and forest-like. We especially love this idea as a rainy day plan for a garden wedding!
The bride radiated beauty in a raw edge bridal veil, paired with a crystal hairpiece tucked into a low bun. The bridesmaids wore classic taupe gowns, proving that neutrals can still make an impact.
Seriously, how fantastic is this idea of peppering trees throughout the reception area? Floor to ceiling windows offer a view of the trees outside, making it appear even more so that the reception is tucked away in a forest. The centerpieces included tall candles in hurricane glass at varying heights, delectable ivory peonies, pink garden roses, and a smattering of purple and green blooms for a pop of color.
At each place setting sat a glass charger plate with a gold rim, giving us modern minimalist vibes that tie in perfectly with the elegant aesthetic of the wedding day. A menu placed at each seat displayed the name of the wedding guest, helping to avoid any confusion in the seating process!
Oh, and this cake from I Do! Wedding Cakes? We’ll let it speak for itself:
Planning and Design: Distinct Occasions
Floral Design: Stemz
Ceremony Venue: St.Basil’s Church Toronto
Reception Venue: Royal Conservatory of Music
Hair: Park Avenue Hair Design
Makeup: Jackie Gideon
Catering: Daniel et Daniel
Wedding Cake: I Do! Wedding Cakes
Linens: Around The Table
DJ: Impact DJ