Celebrating the design + style of luxe weddings across canada, the usa + beyond

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

Photographed by Ikonica and planned by SpectacularSpectacular, Jennifer and Andrew had a beautiful wedding at The Toronto Golf Club.

Frank Rea of Forget Me Not Flowers placed trees, white blooms with green accent pieces, and crystal chandeliers under an outdoor tent for the celebration.

The bride paired her Oscar de la Renta gown from White Toronto with Van Cleef & Arpels jewellery. Her bridesmaids wore white Lela Rose dresses also from White Toronto with embellished belts from Anthropologie.

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

Photography by: Ikonika

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Photography • Ikonica, Planning • SpectacularSpectacular, Ceremony Venue • St. Jude's Anglican Church, Reception Venue & Catering • The Toronto Golf Club, Stationery • Paper and Poste (day of stationery); and Bella Figura (invitations), Gown • Oscar de la Renta from White Toronto, Veil• White, Toronto, Jewellery• Van Cleef & Arpels  (Bracelet & earrings); Tiffany & Co. (wedding band), Shoes • Christian Louboutin from Holt Renfrew, Bridesmaids • Lela Rose from White, Toronto (dresses), Anthropologie (belts), Tiffany & Co. (bracelet), Formal Wear • Custom Made Tuxedo, Hair & Makeup • Tony Chaar Salon, Floral • Frank Rea at Forget Me Not Flowers, Additional Rentals • Contemporary Furniture Rentals (White Pierre chairs), Chair-man Mills (Tables & linens), Advanced Tent (tent),  Micki's (draping), ERG Live (A/V), & LUXE Linens (custom runners & napkins), Cake • Bobbette & Belle, Transportation • Senzel Limousine

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Francis Guindon is the Public Relations Manager at Maison Birks, the iconic Canadian jewellery house.

Francis joins this year’s distinguished Canadian Wedding Industry Awards judging panel.

Since joining Birks, Francis has successfully led a number of the brand’s integrated multi-platform events including Birks 135th anniversary, Birks for bees program and the Toronto International Film Festival 2014. You can learn more about Francis on the Canadian Wedding Industry Awards website here.

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True Love, True Luxury

Mia + Ari

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Mia and Ari’s Muskoka wedding was planned by Cynthia Martyn Fine Events and photographed by Brian Mosoff Photography.

The venue, The Rosseau, was decorated in pinks and whites and the beautiful Bobbette & Belle cake featured roses between each tier.

The first dance was all the more memorable with a performance by the groom’s aunt,  actress Cynthia Dale, who sang Etta James’ “How Deep Is The Ocean."

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

Photography by: Brian Mosoff Photography

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Photographer • Brian Mosoff Photography, Planning & Event Design • Cynthia Martyn Fine Events, Venue & Catering • The Rosseau, Stationery Company • Minted, Gown • Monique L'Huillier from White Toronto, Accessories • Oscar De La Renta (veil), Monique Lhuillier (jewel belt), Shoes • Kate Spade, Bridesmaids • Monique L’Huillier, Formal Wear • Tom Ford, Hair Stylist • Evoke Salon, Makeup • Victoria Radford, Floral • Fuscia Designs, Cake • Bobbette & Belle, Entertainment • DJ Brendan Fallis & Cynthia Dale (singer), Cinematography • Alex Ordanis

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New York Fashion Week has ended and we're still in awe of all the trends we'll be loving in Spring 2015. We have selected six looks from the week for a black tie affair.

Metallics found their way onto a few runways this season. For those who like to stand out, Lela Rose delivered a gown with a golden brush stroke effect, Oscar de la Renta went for feather embellishments and a daring crop top, and Monique Lhuillier's semi-transparent skirt was covered in golden leaves and white florals.

If you're looking for a classic black tie ensemble, the full skirts at multiple shows proved the staple is alive and well. Zac Posen paired a structured floor grazing skirt with an off-the-shoulder sleeve, another popular trend. Christian Siriano and Jenny Packham both used fabrics with shine. The former used a crisp white and blue and the latter went for a rich chocolate hue.

(Photos by: Lela Rose, The Cut; Oscar de la Renta, Vogue; Monique Lhuillier, Vogue; Christian Siriano, The Cut; Jenny Packham, The Cut; Zac Posen, Vogue)
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