A Lovely Vintage Wedding at The Burroughes Building, Toronto

Another fabulous collaboration with our friend Arthur K at Fusion Events introduced us to beautiful Bride Sarah for a lovely vintage inspired wedding at the historic Burroughes Building in downtown Toronto. With a soft and highly romantic palette of ivory, cream, blush, gold and silver we crafted the florals around Sarah’s love of the classic rose. We are so thankful to Scarlet from Scarlet O’Neill Photography for the gorgeous images.

Sarah’s bridal bouquet was a ruffly confection of blush and cream roses and spray roses tied with ivory satin ribbon and accented with her grandmother’s brooch which also acted as her “something blue.”

Blush and Cream Rose Bridal Bouquet

Rose Bouquet with Vintage Brooch

Bridesmaids carried smaller rose and spray rose bouquets in shades of ivory and cream to accent their mismatched dresses, also in a neutral palette. The affect was lovely, soft and entirely pretty!

Ivory and Blush Bridal Party

Blush and Cream Rose Bouquets

Both the ceremony and reception took place inside the historic Burroughes Building in downtown Toronto. The ceremony space was accented with a pair of large glass vases filled with gold branches. Strings of crystals and pearls were draped over the branches and hanging votive candles twinkled softly.  It was a beautiful alternative to the usual floral pieces and fit the vintage theme perfectly.

Gold Branches with Haning Crystals and Pearls - CeremonyWedding Ceremony at Burroughes Building

In the adjoining room gallery tables were set with blush linens and gorgeous lace overlays. Mercury bud vases in gold, rose and silver filled with roses were set along the table length with lots of romantic candlelight. Vintage looking frames with photographs of family weddings portraits added conversation pieces to the table setting and a personal touch.

Blush and Gold Wedding Reception at Buroughes BuildingMercury Bud Vase with RosesBud Vase with Vintage PhotoBlush & Gold Wedding at Burroughes Building

The final request from the bride, who spent a few years in Paris, France was to incorporate a “flower market” for guests to take home long stemmed roses. A rustic wooden table was covered with silver tins filled with roses, complete with chalkboard signs of the rose variety names and a custom gold framed sign handmade by a friend of the family.

Flower Market for Guest FavoursFlower Market Wedding Set up

Congratulations to Sarah & Anthony and we wish the happy couple a lifetime of love and laughter! We loved working on the details of the gorgeous wedding with you!

~Ashley

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