Sunflowers are, simply put, a happy flower. So when our bride Shirley requested them as her main design element for her early fall wedding we knew they’d take over. Complemented with regal, rich purple these sunny blooms took center stage in the design for a lovely wedding at Archeo in the historic Toronto Distillery District.

Bride Shirley carried a bouquet of sunflowers, dark purple asters, lisianthus, solidago and greenery. The girls popped in flowing royal purple dresses with simple bouquets of sunflowers and greenery. The men looked chic in classic black suits, bow ties and playful boutonnieres of yellow craspedia.


The ceremony took place on Acheo’s outdoor patio on a lovely early fall day. Large feature arrangements of hydrangea, purple stock, greenery and more sunflowers flanked the altar space atop rustic wine barrels. Small arrangements of the same flowers hung from iron shepherds hooks down the aisle.

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2b8a5858-copy2b8a62292b8a61962b8a6199suspended-rustic-floral-design-at-archeo2b8a6412We wish this fun couple many, many sunny days together and a very happy marriage.

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As a floral designer, nothing excites us more than a unique colour palette. So when bride Sarah requested something different for her wedding at the gorgeous Berkeley Church we were happy to oblige. So with a vintage feel in mind we set out to design a unique palette with pops of bold coral, soft peach and blush accented with purple, captured flawlessly by ME Creative.

cole-pre-68Groom Taylor sported a sleek grey suit with eggplant tie while his attendants were spiffy in navy blue. Purple calla lily boutonnieres completed the men’s look while the Groomswoman was decked out with a hair comb of blush and burgundy blooms.


Sarah’s bridesmaids brought colour to the table with mismatched gowns in blush, purple, fuchsia and eggplant. Their bouquets of coral and peach roses, blush ranunculus and purple waxflower tied the colourful palette together.


The ceremony took place on the upper level of the Berkeley Church, infront of it’s majestic stained glass windows. A pair of large floral features flanked the altar space where the Bride and Groom took their vows amongst their closest friends and family.




cole-cer-31For the reception on the main level of the church the guest tables were dressed with a trio of low arrangements of hydrangea, dahlia’s and lisianthus in shades of pink and coral. Clustered with multilevel floating candles, the centerpiece cast a warm glow over the reception space. The head table displayed the bouquets in glass cylinder vases along with more low arrangements and glass chalices with floating candles while strings of edison bulbs glowed from above.






cole-rec-164Lots of happy wishes to this beyond cute couple in their married life!

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When we were introduced to bride Kara through a past client her eagerness to collaborate on the design was refreshing. She was excited to discuss ways to incorporate her vision of lush white flowers mixed with Scottish elements for her relaxed and non-traditional wedding at Bronte Harbour in Oakville.

Since her husband to be was wearing his family tartan kilt Kara decided to dress her wedding party in dark colours and keep all the flowers light and airy. For her bridal bouquet we combined magnificent white ranunculus blooms with cream garden roses, white lisianthus and fluttery queen anne’s lace. Bridesmaids carried smaller versions and even the adorable flower girl got a matching bouquet.

White Summer Bridal Bouquet

Wedding Rings in Bouquet

White Bouquet of Garden Roses, Ranunculus, Lisianthus & Queen Anne's Lace

Cream and White Bouquet with Ranunculus, Garden Roses, Lisiainthus & Queen Anne's Lace

White Summer Bridesmaid Bouquet

Flower Girl BouquetThe groomsmen, and groomswoman!, sported dark suits with tartan ties and boutonnieres of white ranunculus with seeded eucalytpus. The groom’s ranunculus boutonniere was accented with blue Scottish thistle as a further nod to his Scottish heritage. Corsages for the women featured the same perfect white ranunculus blooms and accent greenery.

White Ranunculus Boutonnieres

White Ranunculus & Blue Thistle Boutonniere

White Ranunculus Boutonniere

Ring Boy Boutonniere

White Ranunculus CorsagesThe ceremony took place on a perfect summer day under the gazebo at the marina. Large arrangements overflowing with white and green flowers flanked the altar space perched atop glass vases with birch logs for a slightly rustic touch. The aisle was lined with iron shepherd’s hooks with small arrangements of hydrangea, roses, spray roses and greenery suspended from white satin ribbon.

Wedding Gazebo

White and Green Ceremony Flowers - Bronte Harbor

White Aisle Marker on Shepherds Hook

Aisle Markers of Hydrangea, Roses, Spray Roses & Greenery

The reception took place at Compass Restaurant adjacent to the marina. For their casual cocktail reception we fashioned small lush arrangements of hydrangea, roses, spray roses, stock and greenery to decorate the tables. With floor to ceiling windows this room showcases spectacular views of the marina and habour.

White Centerpiece of Hydrangea, Roses, Spray Roses, Stock & Seeded Eucalyptus

Receiving Table LOVE decor with BouquetsIt was such a pleasure working with Kara on this lovely wedding in such a beautiful setting. Best wishes to the happy couple on a long and loving marriage.


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Theme weddings can be tricky, but a unique theme can result in a fabulous event with a look that has never been seen before. So when  Denise from WeDDings Jubliee sent us a couple looking for a Great Canadian wedding we were intrigued. Then we got excited because the couple wanted a colour scheme based on the Hudson’s Bay iconic striped blanket. What a GREAT idea! Who doesn’t love stripes, really. And this fun wedding was even featured in WeddingBells Magazine both in the print magazine and online here! Fabulous photos by Bloom Photography so be sure to check out the feature too!

Shaun and Daniel are all about Canada and sought a simple but rustic look for their same sex wedding. The little gem of a venue, Hotel Ocho, in downtown Toronto features an open work ceiling, brick walls and reclaimed wood floors and was the perfect setting for these intimate nuptials. So we set to work to design simple but natural inspired floral elements while keeping the stripes in mind.

Both Groom’s wore navy blue suits with a Hudson’s Bay striped tie and socks. The white calla lily boutonnieres set off perfectly and were detailed with rustic twine.

Rustic Calla Lily BoutonniereHudson's Bay Stripe Bridal Party AttireThe “Best Ma’m” carried a bouquet of white tulips featuring a striped wrap in the Hudson colours. Corsages for other family members mimicked the boutonnieres with the twine detailing.

White Tulip Bouquet with Hudson's Bay Stripes

For the on site ceremony on the venue’s lower level we crafted two large arrangements of hydrangea, white tulips, hanging amaranthus and various greenery. They perched atop birch planters set in the street level windows for a bit of privacy.

Rustic Canadiana Altar Flowers

On the upper level the reception space was set with tulips centerpieces on each table. A pair of either red, yellow or white tulip arrangements with ribbon wrap in the Hudson colours alternated each table and added a pop of colour to the space.

Rustic Canadiana Themed CenterpiecesTulip Centerpiece

Great detail and thought was put into this wedding as each table was set with a Hudson’s Bay striped cracker purchased from the store. Attached to each cracker was a tag with each guests name as a place card, and on the back was a hand written note from one of the groom’s with a personal anecdote. Such a thoughtful detail!

Hudson's Bay Stripe Favour

The scrumptious looking cake table featured a simple two tiered cake with butter cream frosting and burlap and ribbon wrap detailing by Rainy’s Cookie Cafe. Additionally personal sized pies, with an adorable heart cutout were displayed tiered wooded racks. Of course we added a little floral and greenery flourish to the display to make it pop.

Hudson Bay Stripe CakeRustic Canadiana Themed CakeMiniture Pies

We loved all the thought and detail that went into this wedding and it was such a joy to see two people so obviously in love share that with their family and friends. Best of luck to Shaun and Daniel on your lives together!


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It’s always special when friends get married and as a vendor it makes us want to do everything in our power to make their day perfect. Such was the case for my friends Kat & Ken’s beautiful late summer wedding at Archeo in Toronto’s Distillery District. With an emphasis on friends and family, this intimate affair full of homemade touches sought to evoke a relaxed rustic feel and lots of fun! Beautifully captured by Danijela Weddings this wedding is sure to make you smile!

Bride Kat had trouble deciding on a colour scheme initially as she liked many options and couldn’t narrow it down. She did know that she wanted to stay away from anything typical. So I designed the florals with a cheery palette of yellow, peach, wine and ivory with lots of textural greenery to give everything a more natural and organic look. I combined yellow and peach roses, white lisianthus, craspedia, yellow ranunculus, seeded eucalyptus and new zealand pittsporum greens for a lovely wild and organic bouquet. The finishing touch was a stunning cranberry striped ribbon treatment to tie in the colour of the bridesmaids dresses.

Yellow, Peach and Berry Bridal Bouquet

With her two sisters acting as bridesmaids their bouquets were smaller versions of Kat’s with a mix of peach and yellow roses, white lisianthus, seeded eucalyptus and new zealand pittsporum greens.

Yellow and Peach Bouquets with Berry DressesSisters together with bouquets

We also crafted a floral crown for Kat to wear (the thing she was most excited about!) of peach and yellow spray roses, white wax flower and delicate stephanotis blooms. The result tied in with her low hairstyle perfectly and embodied Kat’s carefree and cheerful personality.

Floral Crown Waiting to be placedKat getting her floral crown onKat and Ken PortraitBeautiful Yellow and Peach Floral Crown and Bouquet

Wedding Portraits

Groom Ken and his brothers, who love to horse around, wore mismatched patterned shirts and suspenders for a fun and relaxed vibe. Small boutonnieres of yellow spray roses and greenery kept the look simple and easy.

Ken & His Men

Blue Steel Groom and Groomsmen

Both the ceremony and reception took place at Archeo restaurant in the distillery district in downtown Toronto. The outdoor ceremony featured a pair of large gold trees adorned with floral and hanging foliage. These trees were later moved inside to the receiving tables as additional decor.

First Kiss - Archeo Patio

Couple High Five at Wedding Ceremony

Wedding Ceremony - Archeo Distillery District

The reception space featured gallery style tables with multiple floral arrangements down the length. White wooden vases brushed with gold were filled with roses, spray roses, lisianthus, agonis, seeded eucalyptus and new zealand pittsporum greens. These sat atop table runners made by the bride from black and white photographs of the groom and her as children and though their courtship. A fun, personal touch that everyone (even the archeo staff) loved and commented on! Mercury votives and burlap table numbers (also made by the crafty bride) finished off the look.

Reception Set Up at Archeo

Rustic Chic Centerpiece - Archeo

Rustic Centerpieces with Photo Runners

I loved how everything turned out for this wedding, and since I was lucky enough to be a guest as well, it was one of the most genuine and enjoyable weddings I have had the pleasure of attending. The atmosphere was relaxed and welcoming and the esthetic was creative, unique and entirely Kat & Ken. I wish these two a lifetime of love and happiness together and can’t wait to see what life has in store for them!

Goofing Around

Sparklers with Guests



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We love an easy going bride as much as the next and Evelyn was the perfect example of someone who knows what she likes but is open to the opinion of a professional. So for her summer wedding at the Rosewater Room in downtown Toronto she envisioned simple florals with lots of soft pink roses and elegant gold accents. Today we share the lovely details of the wedding beautifully captured by the fabulous team at Mango Studios.

Evelyn decided she wanted to use predominantly roses in her design scheme, but wanted to add a few different blooms for texture and interest so we fashioned her bridal bouquet using a gorgeous combination of garden roses, roses, ranunculus, freesia, waxflower in shades of pink and ivory and accented with gold tinted greenery. Her bridesmaids carried simplier bouquets of roses, spray roses and freesia blooms that paired beautifully with their soft and playful pink dresses. For the groom a ranunculus bloom was paired with freesia and waxflower as a compliment to her bouquet.

Water Colour and Gold Stationary

Evelyn Bridal Portrait

Pink, Ivory and Gold Bouquets

Ranunculus and Freesia Boutonniere

Pink and Gold Summer Wedding


The Rosewater Room was the setting for both the ceremony and reception. A simple aisle lined with pink rose petals and small pink and gold flowers hanging from iron shepherd’s hook lead the way to the large wall of windows in front of which the bride and groom would say their “I do’s”.  A pair of large white urns were filled with tall curly willow branches and stuffed with assorted greenery and fluffy white hydrangea blooms. A few hydrangea were wired to the branches and appeared to be floating to create a backdrop that was simple yet a touch whimsical.

Ceremony Setup Rosewater Room

Pink and Gold Shepherd's Hook Flowers at Rosewater Room

Wired Hydrangea Detail - Rosewater Room

Hydragea and Greenery Ceremony Pieces - Rosewater Room

First Kiss - Rosewater Room

Wedding Ceremony at Rosewater RoomWhile guests sipped cocktails and snacked on canapes, the ceremony space was flipped to the reception. Large square tables were draped with crisp white linens, each showcasing a low centerpiece designed in a gold mercury vase surrounded by flickering candles. Gorgeous pink garden roses popped against white hydrangea, pink spray roses, pink stock flower and lots of gold greenery that set off the pretty summer bloom water colour stationary accents.

Reception Setup at Rosewater Room

Pink and Gold Centerpiece at Rosewater Room

Pink Garden Rose and Gold Leaf Detail

Congratulations to the happy couple and thank you to the Rosewater Room, Mango studios and all the other vendors that made the day wonderful!


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Designing a wedding for another wedding professional can sometimes be intimidating, but when we were contacted by Alyssa of Alyssa Anne Events, we knew working hand in hand with her would be easy. As a wedding planner Alyssa had a very specific idea of what she wanted her day to look like, but also knew that she was hiring a fellow professional for a reason and placed her trust in us to execute her vision. So together we created a classic white wedding design befitting a fairytale, gorgeously captured by Ikonica.

Alyssa was definitely a classically oriented bride and there is nothing more classic than a bouquet of cascading white blooms. We fashioned her bouquet with roses, spray roses and dendrobium orchids accented with hints of greenery for a touch of contrast against her white gown. Greg’s boutonniere incorporated green thistles with a white rose as a nod to his Scottish heritage.

White Rose and Orchid Cascade Bridal BouquetBridal Portrait with Cascading Bouquet

White Rose and Thistle BoutonniereAlyssa & Greg Wedding PortraitAlyssa & Greg Wedding Portrait - Dundurn Castle

The ceremony was held at the breathtaking Merciful Redeemer Parish in Mississauga with it’s light and airy feel and grand open scheme. The aisle was lined with globes of full white hydrangea and roses on glass pedestal vases creating a regal entrance for the bride. Soft summer light filtered through the windows and the mounds of white flowers created a ethereal ambiance for the ceremony full of love and joy.

White Church Ceremony FlowerHydrangea and Rose Aisle DecorWhite Hydrangea and Rose Altar FlowersAlyssa & Greg - CeremonyThe reception at Carmen’s Banquet Centre in Hamilton featured the same white scheme now accented with gold touches. Tall golden candelabra’s draped with crystals held a large all white arrangements of hydrangea, roses and spray roses which exuded classic elegance.  A full length floral garland of more lush white blooms covered the head table draped in soft white linen.

White Tall Centerpieces - Carmen's Banquet HallWhite Hydrangea and Rose Centerpiece with Gold CandelabraWhite Floral Garland - Head TableWhite Hydrangea and Rose Floral Garland DetailWhite Cake with Rose CascadeWhite Head Table DesignAlyssa & Greg - Dancefloor Kiss - Carmen's Banquet HallIt was such a pleasure to work so closely with Alyssa in planning her dream day, and even better to hear it was everything she wanted and more. Huge congratulations to the happy couple on their marriage and best wishes for a long and lovely life together.


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Today we share a pretty wedding that embodied everything soft and feminine when it came to flowers. Bride Gloria wanted a look that was beautiful yet effortless surrounding a spring palette of blush pinks, whites and soft green. These gorgeous photos by Catherine Farquharson captured both the church ceremony and following ceremony at Malaparte at the TIFF Bell Lightbox in downtown Toronto.

Gloria’s bridal bouquet combined full white and blush roses, spray roses, white lisianthus and fluffy white stock flower accented with seeded eucalyptus greens. Soft and entirely feminine the bouquet complemented her fitted lace gown beautifully.

Blush and Ivory Spring Bridal BouquetBridesmaids carried full bouquets brimming with more roses, spray roses, lisianthus,  baby’s breath and seeded eucalyptus greens. Set against blush chiffon gowns in different styles this was a pretty bridal party indeed!

Rose, Lisianthis, Baby's Breath and Greenery BouquetsBlush Rustic Bouquets

The traditional church ceremony was decorated with baby’s breath entirely on it’s own so a soft and ethereal design. Cluster’s of baby’s breath were tied to the pews with blush pink satin ribbon and a pair of large baby’s breath globes flanked the altar table.

Baby's Breath Pew MarkersBaby's Breath Ceremony FlowersBaby's Breath Church Ceremony Flowers

The boutonnieres and corsages for the bridal party and family were made with soft pink spray roses accented with more baby’s breath. They matched the men’s ties perfectly!

Spray Rose and Baby's Breath Boutonniere

Blush Rose Mother's Corsages

For the reception at Malaparte in downtown Toronto, the guest tables were set with low centerpieces comprised of hydrangeas, roses, spray roses and seeded eucalyptus greens in different shades of blush pink. Mercury votive candles and crisp white linens completed the understated but elegant decor.

Hydrangea, Rose and Seeded Eucalyptus CenterpieceBlush Hydrangea and Rose Low Centerpiece - Malaparte TorontoThe King’s Table style head table was loaded with blooms from the ceremony and also displayed the bridal party bouquets along it’s length. Tall pillar candles in glass cylinders were added for warmth and romance to complete the look.

Malaparte Head Table Flowers

Head Table Flowers - MalaparteLots of love and good wishes to the happy couple on their marriage. It was such a pleasure working with you both!


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When we first met with bride Lauren, she knew she wanted to incorporate a rich jewel toned purple into her wedding colour scheme for her late fall nuptials. She fell in love with purple mokara orchids when we showed them to her and the design took flight from there. Mixed with crisp white and silver accents the royal purple flowers added a little pop to her overall floral scheme.

The bridal bouquet combined crisp white commercial mums, purple edged lisianthus, picasso calla lilies, white roses and purple mokara orchids. The bouquet was finished off with a silver satin ribbon wrap with rhinestone trim.

Purple and White Bridal BouquetThe bridesmaids carried smaller, simpler versions of the bridal bouquet consisting of white roses, purple edged lisianthus, picasso calla lilies and mokara orchids. They contrasted beautifully with their rich purple floor length gowns.

Purple and White Bouquet - Orchids Calla Lilies Lisianthus

Purple and White Bouquets with Vanda OrchidsGroomsmen sported picasso calla lilies for their boutonnieres with the groom’s including a small purple mokara bloom. Personal flowers for the family were fashioned with white spray roses and seeded eucalyptus.

Purple Calla Lily and Orchid BoutonnierePicasso Calla Lily BoutonniereWhite Spray Rose CorsageThe reception at Graydon Hall Manor featured guest tables dressed in dove grey linens with simple floral arrangements as centerpieces all featuring purple orchids. Alternating tables had either a display of tall curly willow branches with wired purple orchids or glass cylinders with submerged purple orchids and floating candles. Perched atop each napkin was a handmade origami crane, a nod to the bride’s Japanese heritage. The head table and mantlepieces were adorned with more submerged orchid arrangements with floating candles but included a lace wrap detail.

Purple Orchid and Curly Willow Centerpiece - Graydon Hall

Submerged Purple Orchid Centerpiece

Purple Wedding Centerpieces- Graydon Hall

Purple Bouquet with Origami Crane

Submerged Purple Orchids with Lace and Floating Candles

Lace Wrapped Floating Candles with Submerged Purple OrchidsBest wishes to the happy couple and it was such a pleasure working with you both on your special day!


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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!


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