Love was defiantly in the air for Kelli and Jeremy’s November 27th, 2016 wedding. We fell in love with these two from the moment we met them. They are such a beautiful couple so we weren’t surprised when we designed a timeless, vintage, creamed toned wedding for them at Adeth Israel Congregation in Toronto.
This classic and stunning wedding design covered everything from a feature 3D back bar wall, Chuppah florals in picture frames, crystal candelabra’s with hanging florals to even a washroom hockey centerpiece (this was such a cute idea). Kellli and Jeremy are huge Toronto Maple Leaf Fans, so we loved how they were able to incorporate a little touch of their love for hockey on their special day (they even had a leafs snapchat filter!!! SO CUTE!!)
The Chuppah that was created was draped by Enzo, but was topped off with our floral creations. We had custom-made a green leaf vase with large florals on top. Attached to the Chuppah we placed 2 stunning florals that were made inside of a gold picture frame.
For the aisle we had a classic white carpet runner with rose pedals and even added a little twist to traditional pew florals. We decided to place a tall wrought iron bar with battery operated candles along the pews and additionally, we added a floral to give the room a beautiful textured look, which was achieved through the greenery and the earl grey and blush roses.
Kelli and Jeremy thought of everything when it came to what they wanted… we had beautiful white lace detailed linens, clear chavari chairs and a vinyl dance floor. The table décor was placed on a mirror base, surrounded by vintage gold mercury candles and 3 florals. The crystal candelabra looked stunning as it contrasted perfectly with the gold hues of the candles. The floral on top of the candelabra left everyone speechless- the roses, the hanging greenery and the colours- all of it set the mood for the rest of the night.
Check out some more pictures below from the wedding!!
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Photos By: Aluen Navarro-Fenoy