A warm July day in Toronto was the setting for this elegant wedding at the Art Gallery of Ontario.
Nadia got ready at her home in the Annex. It was an emotional moment when she opened the gift that Andrew had gotten to commemorate their wedding day. Andrew prepared at his parents home and began festivities early with his groomsmen.
At Blessed Sacrament Church, the anticipation was high as everyone waited for the bride to enter. All the nerves were calmed as Nadia reached the top of the aisle with her father and she and Andrew exchanged reassuring glances.
Post-ceremony, the guests gathered outside the church on the sunny afternoon and buzzed about what they had just witnessed. Nadia + Andrew headed to the Art Gallery of Ontario for their first photo shoot as husband and wife. They took advantage of the Henry Moore gallery, Walker Court, the Allan Slaight and Emmanuelle Gattuso Spiral Staircase and Galleria Italia for their photos.
The highlight though, had to be the Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrored Room – Let’s Survive Forever at the AGO.
With the shoot concluded it was time for the new couple to celebrate and dance the night away with family and friends.
Event Planning: Blush and Bowties
Gown: Ines Di Santo
Florals: Hunt & Gather
Venue: The Art Gallery of Ontario⠀
Hair: Lac + Co
Makeup: Lac + Beauty
Catering: The Art Gallery of Ontario
Invitations: Ink and Aisle
Day of Stationery: Pink Peony Press
DJ: Sole Power
Video: Big Ticket Weddings