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1950s BOTANICAL MONTREAL WEDDING

1950s Botanical Montreal Wedding
Written by Christina Rowan

With a botanical Montreal wedding theme in mind for Cindy and Alex’s nutptials, no place felt better than the outdoor gardens of the Château Ramezay with its rustic vintage charm. Le Balcon, a small cabaret show room owned by friends next door to the Château Ramezay, was selected as the spot for the reception for its look reminiscent of a music hall from the 1950s. Blush pink, tender green, beige and gold were the colours that brought the romantic botanical garden wedding theme to life. Wood pieces scattered across the tables were met with mason jars while wine bottles and apothecary jars served as vases for wild flowers. O.xide Design was responsible for the floral design of the day, making a selection of flowers and bouquets perfectly suited to the romantic theme. Find this wedding in the current issue of Montreal’s Elegant Wedding Magazine on stands now.

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Florist: O.xide Design | Photographer: Stef & Stef Photographie (Stéphanie Tsujio) | Vintage Rentals: La Mariee Boheme | Chair Rentals: Location Gervais | Gown: Di Carlo Couture | Groom’s Suit: Surmesur | Bridesmaids Gowns: Twobirds Bridesmaid | Groomsmen Attire: Frank & Oak | Makeup: Virginie Vandelac | Hair: Local B (Véronique Beaupré + Alexandre Messier) | Barber (groom): Cordial Barbier Coiffeur | Ceremony Venue: Château Ramezay – Jardin du Gouverneur | Reception Venue, Catering & Linens: Le Balcon Cabaret Music-Hall | Entertainment (Cocktail): 4 Ailes (strings trio) | Entertainment (Reception): Taurey Butler (Jazz pianist – Cocktail) + Gary Tremblay (DJ – Reception – Owner of Dièze Onze Jazz Club) | Videographer: Codmorse | Lighting: Festoon (ceiling) lights + wall lighting by Solotech | Wedding Cake Flower topping: O.xide Design


Written by Christina Rowan