Between the bride arriving late to the church and the pastor warning he’d cut the ceremony short, Seychelle and Eric nearly didn’t have a wedding! Luckily, the bride-to-be arrived with just enough time. The couple had a traditional catholic wedding at the Holy Name Parish in Toronto, where Seychelle was accompanied by the lovely sound of church organs for her walk down the aisle. The dynamic between Laura & Co. Events and Rachel A. Clingen Wedding & Event Design was exactly what Seychelle required to put together stunning décor for her reception. Blush, gold and ivory tones were used to match the edgy backdrop set by Evergreen Brick Works, bringing Seychelle’s vision of elegance and romance to life. From the adorable brick-inspired stationery provided by Paper Damsels to the harvest and gallery tables set for the wedding party and guests, all elements were cohesive. Find this wedding in the June 2015 issue of Toronto’s Elegant Wedding Magazine.
Event Planning: Laura & Co. Events | Flowers & Decor: Rachel A. Clingen Wedding & Event Design | Stationery: Paper Damsels | Photography: Wandering Eye Photography | Gown: Hayley Paige Bridal – Pearl Bridal House | Groom’s Suit: Etro | Makeup: A-List Beauty (Al Fortier) | Hair: A-List Beauty (Al Fortier) | Wedding Ceremony Venue: Holy Name Parish, Toronto | Wedding Reception Venue: Evergreen Brick Works, Toronto, ON | Catering: Food Dudes | Entertainment (Reception): BPM Krew | Videographer: Goody Cambay Cinema | Linens & Table Top Rentals: Chair-man Mills | Bars: Contemporary Furniture | Wedding Cake: Truffle Cake & Pastry