Toronto Wedding At The Boiler House Loft
Lily and Tony wanted a romantic, intimate feeling for their Toronto wedding. Their guest list was only 70 which is small by today's standards. They also had more than 80% of their guests traveling from out of town. They did not want their wedding to be ordinary. They wanted everyone to have a unique experience and to have an amazing time.
Their wedding took place at The Boiler House Loft in Toronto, Ontario. It creates a rustic atmosphere with the preserved charm from the original boiler house and gray barn wood. It was the perfect setting for this intimate affair.
Lily wore a gorgeous sleeveless gown. Her bridesmaids wore a variety of pink dresses. The groom wore a black suit with black tie but his groomsmen wore suspenders with bow ties. The men completed their ensembles with colorful argyle socks.
At the reception, they created a very comfortable setting. The seating plans were listed on a chalkboard with the illuminated initials L and T in front on the table. The centerpieces included flowers in bottles and votive candles. They invited their guests to take pictures. Their wedding cake was only one layer. Their nuptials had very unique details which helped them achieve their goals for their big day.
Lily and Tony had a special, intimate Toronto wedding but it was still very elaborate. The details helped create a memorable event for Lily and Tony but also their guests.
Photographer: Ten·2·Ten Photography//Officiant:All Season Weddings//Makeup Artist: Blush Pretty//Event Venue:Boiler House Loft//Dress Designer:Encore by Watters//Ceremony Location: Enoch Turner Schoolhouse//Groomsman Attire: Got Style Mens Wear//Invitation Designer:Minted//Location:One King West//Jewelry: The Devil's Workshop//Floral Designer:The Rose Mint//