Modern Purple Summer Loft Wedding in Canada

Posted by Caitlin on Dec 05, 2013


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Caroline and Braden were married at the Distillery’s Fermenting Cellar in Ontario on July 12. The 7,500 square foot industrial chic space featured timber beams and trusses as well as original limestone walls, which were uplit with purple. The bride walked down the aisle wearing a sweetheart ruffled ball gown, accessorized with a jewel-embellished belt and hairpin against her loose curls whereas the groom wore classic black suit with a patterned tie. The ceremony was decorated with tree branches in urns and dangling crystals, and the reception was decorated with lots of candles in tall votives. Think gliz and glamour with a bit of Persian influence. Drummers played during their entrance and dancers performed during their exit. How fun!

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Photography: Avangard Photography | Venue: The Fermenting Cellar at The Distillery Historic District | Stationery: Stephita | Floral Designer: Rias Designs, Inc. | Dress Designer: Mori Lee | Dress Store: Becker’s Bridal & Formal | Jewelry: Made You Look | Shoes: Aido | Rings: BIRKS | Groom’s Attire: Ted Baker from Tom’s Place | Hair Stylist: Yvette Daher | Makeup Artist: Pierette Emanuel | Cupcakes: The Wedding Cake Shoppe | Entertainment: Bongo & B Entertainment | Equipment Rentals: Chair-man Mills