I am obsessed with baby’s breath after seeing how soft and dreamy this wedding turned out. Na and terrence had a lovely intimate wedding planned by the talented Melissa Andre Events on Chinese Valentines day at the Jamie Kennedy at the Gardiner Museum that is featured in the newest issue of Weddingbells magazine. Check out the swoon worthy details in their wedding captured by Mango Studios
Planners: Melissa Andre of Melissa Andre Events
Photographer: Mango Studios
Reception location: Jamie Kennedy at the Gardiner Museum
Dress: Rivini from White Toronto
Hair and makeup: Melissa Andre of Melissa Andre Events
Groom’s tux: Hugo Boss
Favours: Tea bags filled with dried rose tea from China
Bridal party attire: David’s Bridal
Cake: The Caketress
Flowers: Flower Parade
Music: Impact Entertainment
I’m going through a stage where I’m obsessed with all things cutesy and pretty. I’m even loving pink, glitter, and even started taking ballet lessons. This is coming from a past tomboy who wore overalls and plaid (usually covered in mud). I guess you can my style has evolved and the little princess in me likes to come out when I least suspected it. So when Weddingbells Magazine asked me to do a very “Cute + Playful” cake adorned with multiple shades of pastels, I couldn’t resist having fun with this cake.
For the design I was inspired by letterpress (thank you to the talented Deb from Palettera for lending me the templates for embossing and then painting), and felt flowers flowers (made in sugar paste of course.) When you put all these pastels together with a golden heart in a design, you can’t help but think of the sweetness of young hearts.
Sweet Regards – L
Weddingbells Magazine is now on stands nationwide. Look out for Part 2 & 3 next week to see two other cakes I designed that were featured in the Magazine.