Following up to Part 1 of this post, I wanted to share some of the details of our wedding day.
Given that I’m a Designer, I felt mad pressure to have a gorgeous wedding. However, because our Wedding Planners at Mastronardi Estate Winery doubled as Decorators, they made the entire process incredibly easy. I gave them an idea of which colours, types of flowers and place settings
we I wanted, and they ran with the rest. We were so pleased with all of our my selections, and how everything tied together so seamlessly in the end. I joke that I made most of the decisions in terms of decor, because as most men, Kamil would sit silently in the meetings with glazed eyes, waiting for it all to be over.
Below are some photos of our beautiful day!
We wanted simple chocolate and vanilla cupcakes as our cake. The topper was inspired by THIS shop on Etsy, and our cake-decorator recreated it for $15!
I spray painted an E and K gold for the guest signing table, picture frames were from Dollarama (Can you believe it??). Our guestbook was a cheeseboard made from a slab of applewood!
Our seating chart was a piece of cork which I upholstered with inexpensive fabric from Designer Fabric Outlet. I popped it into a frame I found at Michaels for $11!
Kamil is a beer connoisseur, so we incorporated his love for beer with these customized bottle openers!
I chose a mixture of white florals for the bridesmaid bouquets, and my bouquet consisted of white peonies with pops of pink and blush toned roses.
My dress was Vera Wang, and Kamil’s suit was from Calvin Klein.
Our gorgeous wedding party! The men wore Calvin Klein slim-fit suits in charcoal grey with classic black ties. The women wore dresses of various designers in different styles & colours, with simple nude shoes.
Overall, I wouldn’t change a thing. I think the colours, finishes & textures we chose photographed beautifully for our perfect outdoor wedding.
All photos by the talented Eddie Manuel Photography.