A Romantic, French Inspired Wedding

Every time I see this wedding, I am reminded of how beautiful French-inspired decor is. Something about those crisp whites, warm creams and blushes, mixed with crystal and gold are perfect for creating a mighty sophisticated event. The couple, Casey and Adrian, played up the theme as well by incorporating some great details into their wardrobes (I can’t get over the top hat!). Shannon Kennedy, the wedding planner, whose “modern romantic” touch certainly made the couple’s dreams really come to light, has more to say about the couple:

“Casey and Adrian were married in Toronto, Ontario in November 20, 2011. Hosted in the historic King Edward Hotel, their intimate ceremony and reception was filled with friends and family from around the world. With only six weeks to plan, Casey and Adrian’s wedding was full of romance and personal details. Mazel tov!”

By the way, is that venue not absolutely breathtaking? According to Toronto Life, The King Edward hotel is Toronto’s oldest luxury hotel and is a favorite of Toronto socialites. “(The) Vanity Fair Ballroom, a favourite of local socialites, doesn’t come cheap. Nevertheless, it plays the part beautifully: the room has perfect wedding cake decor, including gold curtains, teardrop chandeliers and faux marble pillars, plus 10 nearby reception rooms with monikers like Pall Mall and Palm Court. The ambience—silver trays and French service—is pure class.”

Wedding Planner: Kennedy Events / Florals: East of Eliza / Photographer: Definition Photography / Sweets: Cake Opera / Cake: Flaky Tart / Venue: Vanity Ballroom, King Edward Hotel

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  1. Pingback: The Truth about Wedding Planners, with Shannon Kennedy of Kennedy Event Planning | Satin & Snowflakes

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