Our winter bride Lindsay loves this time of year and fully embraced all the beautiful details in her winter wedding at the Liberty Grand in Toronto. This was the second of two weddings we did in the same day as well so we had our team on point to execute everything perfectly!
Lindsay choose a neutral palette of white and grey for her flowers will touches of silvery greenery. Opting for a more natural and textural look we crafted her bridal bouquet out of fluffy mums, full roses and pretty stock with dusty miller and seeded eucalyptus greens finished off with a grey satin wrap.
The bridesmaids bouquets were smaller versions of the bridal bouquet made with hydrangea, roses, dusty miller and seeded eucalyptus greens. They set off nicely against the slate grey dresses complete with little mittens and fur shawls for the outdoor ceremony. Yes, Lindsay had a winter outdoor ceremony… in Canada… in February! Not to worry though, the ceremony was quick and guests were greeted with spiked hot chocolate when they came inside for the cocktail hour!
Inside the ballroom we created two different centerpiece looks. The first was a low floral arrangement of hydrangea, roses, dusty miller and seeded eucalyptus that was placed under large glass cloche’s purchased by the bride. A blue LED light placed inside gave the cloche a soft glow.
The second centerpiece was our white trees decorated with hanging crystal drops and white orchid blooms. Simple yet elegant, and added some height in the grand ballroom.
The head table was simply decorated with a long low floral arrangement in the center and lots of mercury glass votives with little orchid clusters. Below that was the winterized cake with adorable penguin topper and a Pittsburg Penguin’s groom cake.
Best wishes to the happy couple on a long and healthy (and warm!) marriage.
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