Pretty Pastels at The Granite Club

Never have we met a sweeter bride than Victoria, who enlisted us to create some pretty flowers for her mid summer wedding at The Granite Club, Toronto. Working with a soft palette of peach, blush pink, ivory and robin’s egg blue we executed a design scheme with fluffy hydrangea, full roses, seasonal dahlias and gold tinted greenery, beautifully captured by Without A Hitch Photography.

Victoria’s bridal bouquet combined lush summer dahlia’s with peach and blush roses, spray roses, white lisianthus and gold tinted greenery.

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The ceremony, held at St. Philips on the Hill Church was awash with natural light and accented with pretty flowers lining the aisle. Bridesmaids clad in robin’s egg blue gowns carried bouquets of lush blooms, while the groomsmen looked daper in formal black suits. The happy couple whisked themselves away following the ceremony in a white vintage convertible Mercedes.

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The wedding reception took place at the elegant Granite Club Toronto showcasing a ballroom with stunning crystal chandeliers. Alternating low and tall centerpieces of ivory, peach, blush and gold flowers complimented the matte blush sequin table linens.

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To find out how we can help design gorgeous florals for your special day contact us today for a free consultation!

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