Real Weddings

Dana and Sebastian’s wedding has 24k magic in the air! “The vision for the wedding was to create a luxury black-tie event. I wanted to play off the venue’s accents, so I revolved the concept around gold mixed in with deep rich colours,” shares Dana. 

On their big day, they longed to combine the Western and Chinese cultures, and with the help from the brilliant minds at Designed Dream Wedding Planning, they were able to fulfill all of their wedding dreams, and then some, resulting in one stunner of a celebration.

Warning: Cherryn and Lodge’s rose-filled celebration may give you a serious case of wedding envy! The couple celebrated their marriage in style with perfectly imperfect greenery, wood accents, and a jaw-dropping head table. 

Kristie and Peter’s dreamy, lilac-hued wedding is the definition of a springtime soirée! Alina Takmelova from Flowers Time  used a mix of roses, hydrangeas, carnations, and even some lavender to achieve the fresh aesthetic. 


Is there anything better than a fresh garden of blush and mauve blooms? We certainly don’t think so! Karena and Henry’s whimsical garden wedding was seriously breathtaking. We are MAJOR fans of the organically-styled gold branches in the floral arrangements. 

Ella and Mike met while studying at McMaster University. One day, Mike noticed Ella as she strutted past him with toilet paper stuck to her shoe; he cracked a joke and that was the beginning of this couple’s love story. 

A dreamy, ethereal garden of eden extravaganza pretty much sums up Megan and Aaron’s big day. The couple chose a theme of “boho chic” that included tons of florals and a pretty pastel colour scheme of rose, taupe, and lots of green. 

Ruby and Yang pulled out all the stops for their big day, creating an elegant, organic yet modern feel that highlighted the very best of their majestic (and magical) venue, The Guild Inn Estate. 

Sugar and spice and everything nice is what we think of Xia and Weiqi’s pretty-in-pink wedding. Blending traditional elements with some good ol’ fashioned romance, the couple’s extremely intimate celebration is one that vision boards are made of. 

Licia and Jonathan’s winter wonderland wedding was held at The Arlington Estate , which was decked out in frosted white and ivory florals. From the ceremony to the head table, the statement arches really set the tone for the couple’s big day.

Gloria and Zisis’ multicultural wedding incorporated vibrant, eye-catching florals in every shade of pink imaginable! For a cute touch, little pots of honey in honour of the groom’s Greek background served as wedding favors.

Dreaming of a beautiful and classy wedding, this couple chose to celebrate their day at LaSalle Banquet Centre, a venue peacefully nestled in a park on the shore of Lake Ontario in Burlington.

Set at the timeless The Fairmont Royal York, the couple’s big day was planned by the brilliant team at Designed Dream Wedding Planning who were able to combine sweet and subtle touches with the old world grandeur of the venue.

Christina and Jason’s winter wonderland-inspired wedding had the Liberty Grand Entertainment Complex sparkling like never before. Inviting guests to a night spent “under the snow and stars,” their celebration was the perfect mashup of the bride and groom’s cultures (she is Lebanese while he is British)

Jacquelyn and Keegan held their classically-romantic wedding in the newly-renovated Crystal Ballroom at The Omni King Edward Hotel! The bride and groom loved The Great Gatsby-esque feel of the room with its floor-to-ceiling windows, art deco chandeliers, and breathtaking views of downtown Toronto.

Katerina and James wanted their big day to be both traditional yet modern; a blend of classic elegance and city chic. Thanks to the team at Designed Dream Wedding Planning, they got exactly that: set at two stunning Toronto locales, Casa Loma and Parkview Manor, for the ceremony and reception, respectively, this wedding features everything a young couple could want.

If you’re dreaming of a wedding that encapsulates modern sophistication and old world glam, then look no further than Alissa and Jason’s big day at the The Eglinton Grand. With the brilliant minds of Designed Dream Wedding Planning taking the reins and working their magic, this celebration is nothing short of a stylish and roaring success.

From the beautiful floral colour scheme to the gorgeous vintage details, Olivia and Rob’s big day at CaFfinO is simply stunning. Perfectly planned by Designed Dream Wedding Planning and exquisitely captured by Olive Photography, the couple’s wedding is full of inspiration for brides-to-be. You won’t want to miss this one!

Romantic with a twist of whimsy perfectly describes Vy and Justin’s lovely wedding at Graydon Hall Manor. The creative minds at Designed Dream Wedding Planning dreamed up this stunner, which included a colourful pastel palette and adorable personal touches.

Megan and Stuart planned their March wedding without a detail overlooked! We love every detail including the colour scheme of blush, white, soft grey and silver. The touches of navy which were used throughout the event added to the classic and gorgeous feel of the event.

Shelley & David got married in downtown Toronto, with a celebration that brought spring and summer botanicals to their urban backdrop (with a touch of gold thrown in for good measure!). 

Brittany and Anthony’s wedding day was filled with whimsical elements including playful buntings and bird motifs. Bridesmaids sported mismatched floral gowns and bright colours appeared throughout the couple’s downtown venue.

Set on the very first day of summer, this wedding is a exactly the fun themed, flower-filled celebration you’d imagine. It’s sort of botanical chic meets casual whimsy, and the handmade herb potted favors are like icing on the cake.

Offering a unique party favor, the bride and groom gifted their guests with plants which were potted in individualized tea cups. We love how Olive Photography didn’t miss a moment capturing this unbelievably unique wedding!

The hall décor was simply beautiful and it was surreal seeing our vision come to reality. The delicious food, crystal encrusted cake and a fabulous DJ, all combined made an outstanding wedding celebration.

For Fidan Ismayilova’s daughter’s first birthday, the sky was the limit. After all, I had survived 365 days of no sleep, 6 full weeks of full blown colic, along with eczema, reflux and a zillion other moments that challenged my every fiber. So when it came to throwing a party, a party I would THROW. 

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