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January 30, 2014

Toronto Charity Bridal Show 2014

“Those who are happiest

are those who do the most for others”

- Booker T. Washington

When I was approached to speak at the Toronto Charity Bridal Show there was nothing that could have stood in my way. Not only is it an incredibly humbling honour to be regarded as an “expert” in something I love, but the entire philanthropical inspiration behind this event, with proceeds going to four notable charities, stirred me immediately.

SickKids logo Ontario Shores Foundation logo CAMH logo Lakeridge Health logo

{ why care? }

We all have a story.

As you read this, I want you to choose one person, near and dear to your heart, who suffers from mental illness: depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, an eating disorder. The diagnosis doesn’t matter. The struggle is the same.

Have you thought of them?


Now think about why you love that person.

Think about how they’ve made you feel.

Think about how they’ve cared for you in moments that you needed it.

Think about what they’ve done for you, likely without being asked.

Think about how different your life would be if they were to not be a part of your world.

And think about their struggle.

Think about the demons they face, the battles they wage, the steps they take to win the war over invisible illnesses.

….. and support TCBS for them.


And if you’re one of the fortunate few who don’t know anyone afflicted by mental illness, then think about that young newlywed couple who welcomed a beautiful baby in to the world, but have spent every day at The Hospital For Sick Children since their little one was born.

Think of the time, money, research, and love poured in to keeping that little one alive… knowing that the world of those two in love revolves around the health and wellbeing of the life they created.

….. and support TCBS for them.


If you don’t know anyone whose life has been touched by Sick Kids Hospital, then take a moment to picture in your mind how much it would mean for your parents and grandparents to receive quality health care should the need ever arise (*touch wood*). Think about your local hospital and consider how it would impact countless lives should that facility shut down.

….. and support TCBS for them.


{ my Story }

Before I created WeddingGirl, I was in school with a dream to become a psychiatrist. I earned degrees in Psychology and Neuroscience and was passionately motivated to work in the forefront of mental health services. My resumé highlighted positions as a Child/Youth Worker, a Crisis Intervention Counsellor, and Mental Health Researcher.

“What does one life really matter?”

If it wasn’t for the support of mental health organizations like CAMH, and Ontario Shores… if it wasn’t for the relentless passion of the faces behind Sick Kids or community hospitals like Lakeridge Health…. our lives would be very, very different.

……my life, would be very, very different.

And that’s why I’m supporting the Toronto Charity Bridal Show.

Mary Bratko Toronto Charity Bridal Show 2014

… and I’m not the only one!

Dozens of the top industry professionals across the Greater Toronto Area are coming together on February 8th and 9th at the Brighton Convention Centre to showcase the best of planning a wedding in 2014, and beyond!

{ show your support }

Whether you’re getting married, know someone who recently got engaged, or just want to come out and support four amazing causes, please show your love and pick up your tickets for the Toronto Charity Bridal Show.

Or you can just grab a pair of tickets and come visit me!


And if you haven’t heard and seen the excitement of Hitched: Abroad and #WGx lately….


The Production Crew of our new Wedding Reality TV show, as well as a lovely group of fresh new faces that have come on board with WG-multipled will be at the show as well.

Come meet us, stroll through all the lovely, and most importantly, show your support for Toronto’s only bridal show planned with the kindness of paying-it-forward.


We can’t wait to see you there!




ATTENTION: Wedding Vendors

If you’d like to come on board with the TCBS and I, please contact us for details on booth space and ways in which you can get involved. There’s definitely no better love worth spreading than that which we have for the work that we do!



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January 23, 2014

introducing, the WG magazine!

{ Carm + Mary } ²

The multiplying magic of #WGx in the past couple of weeks has led to some pretty amazing collaborations over  at WG. One of them happened the moment that Carmelina, founder and Editor-in-Chief of The Wedding Planner Magazine, introduced herself to Mary immediately after the  WGx Tête-à-Tête Soirée at the Faculty Club at UofT.

“The instant I met Carm I knew exciting things were about to happen. And she was wearing a hot pink, sparkly scarf. So, clearly there was no alternative.” – Mary reminisces.

They two made plans to get together nearly immediately; americanos at White Squirrel in lovely Queen West.

“I walked into White Squirrel and looked up to see a dark-haired beauty, smiling behind her silver Mac and knew that magic was about to happen. The moment I sat on the stool next to her ideas started flowing and I knew my life was about to change.” – Carm aptly described the creative synergy.
Girl crushes all around!


WeddingGirl.ca Wedding Planner Magazine Toronto


A collaboration was born and today, it’s become official that WeddingGirl.ca has teamed up with The Wedding Planner Magazine to deliver a fresh, new, comprehensive bridal experience from “I Will!” to “I DO” and all-things-wedding in between.

The editorial debut for this wedding-planning duo is set for March 1st, 2014 :: keep your eyes on the WG blog and local Chapters / Indigo shelves!

And because Mary is really bad at keeping secrets… here’s a sneak-peek at the mock-up for the new cover! YAY!


the WG magazine -- working cover

{ media inquiries }

Please direct all advertising and media feature inquiries to info@weddinggirl.ca for an official magazine press kit.

Submissions must be received by February 1st for March 1st publication.

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January 22, 2014

2nd Floor Events | Toronto Wedding Venue

{ #WGx :: pt. II }

“Ignoring your passion is a slow suicide.

Never ignore what your heart pumps for.

Mold your career around your lifestyle not your lifestyle around your career.”

WGx Wedding Planning Internship Toronto


After the remarkably successful WGx event at the gorgeous Faculty Club at UofT last week, it seemed most appropriate to keep the inspiration and momentum going and host a follow-up evening for those anxious to get involved in the WGx project.

For our second evening of think-tank inspiration we invited attendees to join us at the fabulously chic new event space in trendy King West, 2nd Floor Events.

2nd Floor Events Toronto logo

This  event space in downtown Toronto is truly like no other!


With its stylish contemporary design, 2nd Floor is a turn-key function space boasting a sleek backdrop of exposed brick and oversized windows. The versatility of this venue is further enhanced by power-everything.. each light on dimmers, automated dividers, black out blinds on said oversized windows; an event planner’s dream!



And above all the awesomeness that is the space itself, Jessica. There’s something magical that happens when you immediately connect with the event coordinator at a venue and Jessica’s passion, enthusiasm, and charisma spills out around her when you’re in the same room!

Whether you’re hosting an intimate corporate function or an elegantly lavish fête, 2nd Floor has it all. Stumbled upon this gorgeous little collage from MKPhotographics… officially in LOVE.  {{ and the yummy confections were styled by the fabulous SweetTable }}


Here’s to getting our wedding-planning hands all over this space! (and tons more urban bride magic to come)


And as for the multiplying magic of WGx? We couldn’t have asked for a more fabulous evening. A special thanks goes out to Barking Mad Media for providing us with photographic evidence.

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WGx 2nd Floor Events Mary Bratko Toronto

WGx 2nd Floor Events Mary Bratko Toronto 2


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November 13, 2013

let there be light! :: wedding dress shopping lessons

{ let there be light }

An important lesson for all brides shopping for the picture-perfect wedding gown?

Let there be light!

Unless you’re purchasing a standard “white” wedding gown, the lighting in the bridal boutique can play a significant role in the shade of colour your dress appears to be. Whether you’ve fallen in love with a diamond-white, off-white, ivory, champagne, or blush gown (or any colour in between!) make sure to ask the associate to let you see the dress under various lighting conditions. One of these should undoubtedly be next to large, uncovered windows so you can see exactly how the sunlight reflects on your frocks!

Here’s an example of how the exact same wedding gown, the oh-so-gorgeous Allure C244 in Champagne looks surprisingly blush under one set of lights, and much more white/ivory under another.

Allure C244 Champagne Wedding Gown

Here’s the same dress photographed across different in-store lighting conditions:

Allure C244 - Wedding Dress Toronto

Allure C244 Bridal Gown Toronto

Allure C244 Champagne Silver Wedding Gown

Allure C244 Toronto Blush Wedding Dress

Allure C244 Tulle Champagne Blush WEdding Gown

C244 Allure Bridal Champagne Silver Dress

C244 Allure Wedding Gown Champagne

C244 Toronto Allure WEdding Dress

Happy Dress-ing!

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August 20, 2013

it’s time to Square Up! :: free credit card reader

Filed under: Vendors — Tags: , , — WeddingGirl @ 1:18 pm

{ Square Up }

:: Accept Credit Cards with your iPhone, Android, or iPad


A couple of days ago we received a note from a friend mentioning a new product|service, Square Up, that she felt would be beneficial to our business.

As is usually the case in WG-land, when we love something – we want all of you to love it too!

This blog is being written for all our nearest and dearest industry vendors who are looking for a quick and easy way to transition to credit card payments with their (our!) couples. Because, let’s face it… the easier we can make their lives, the happier all of us are, right??

(and as if he wasn’t wildly successful enough, just for the record – this thing was invented by the dude that created Twitter. Thanks for rocking our worlds yet again, Mr. Dorsey….)

{ the Details }

Accept credit cards anytime, anywhere  on the fly


SQUARE – Fast, Simple, Free


FREE credit card reader , FREE App

No Merchant Account Required

No Terminals , uses 3mm jack of your device

No Monthly Fees

Quick Painless Signup

Fast Access to Funds

Simple Pricing 2.75% Every Swipe


Square is for anyone, everywhere

Square Up Card Reader image

{ the Uses }

  • Small business owners
  • Membership Organizations
  • Fundraising Events
  • photographers
  • party planners, event coordinators
  • accountants
  • Home business owners
  • landscaping … the possibilities are endless

….Even people using credit to pay their friends back!

{ the best part? }

It’s free! Right now, Square Up will deposit $10.00 in to every customer’s bank account the next day – making setup completely free of charge.


Looking for additional info? Check out this CTV News video clip interview with Jack Dorsey (Founder).

To order your Square, make sure to Get In Touch!

Happy Square-ing Up!


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June 17, 2013

Winter Wedding :: Niagara On The Lake Courthouse

{ Wedding Threesome v.2.0 Winners }

In February of 2012, Rick Denham (of Rick Denham Photography), Jay Lupish (of Captivate Bridal Cinema) and Mary Bratko (of WeddingGirl.ca) got together and planned a contest.

A few months later, they picked a winner…. Rick affectionately dubbed them “LoJack” … and here’s how telling them went down:

W3 v.2.0 – Big Reveal! from Captivate Bridal on Vimeo.


{ Loretta + Jackson :: 02.09.13 }

 In February of 2013, the winners of the Wedding Threesome contest had a picture-perfect winter wedding day… and we were all lucky enough to be a part of it!

Groomsman Hockey Arena Rick Denham Photography 1

Groomsmen Wedding Morning Hockey Arena

Groomsmen Wedding Morning Hockey Arena 2

Prince of Wales Wedding Bridal Prep Photography

Winter Wedding Niagara On The Lake


Eggplant Purple Wine Grape inspired wedding invitation

Rick Denham Photography Bridal Prep Shot

Rick Denham Photography Wedding Prep Flower Girl Photo

Rick Denham Photography Wedding

Winter Wedding Bridal Bouquet Lush Flowers Design

Westminster United Church Wedding St. Catharines

DIY Here Comes Your Girl Ring Bearer Sign

Bride and groom wedding photography Rick Denham


Wedding Ceremony Photography Rick Denham St. Catharines

Winter Bride Wedding Photography

Winter Wedding NOTL Snow Bride

Niagara On The Lake Courthouse Wedding Reception

Wine Themed DIY Cork Wedding Escort Cards

Winter Wedding Flowers LUSH Designs NOTL Courthouse

Bridal Wedding Decor Backdrop White on White


{ LoJack’s Same Day Edit }

Thanks to the super-talented boys over at Captivate, this is what wedding guests got to watch during their dinner reception.

loretta+jackson :: 02.09.13 :: +accentuate film from Captivate Bridal on Vimeo.

Start to finish, Loretta and Jackson were absolutely amazing to work with. Their love for one another and zest for life shone through in every step of the Threesome contest and in every second of their wedding day.

Wishing these two nothing but the very best of everything. We love you!

W3 v2.0 Big Reveal - 12

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May 3, 2013

{ Parlour Salon } :: Toronto Wedding Hair + Makeup Stylists


{ parlour Salon :: Toronto }

What do you get when you cross an urban bride with a downtown parlour salon? Some serious wedding day style.

Check out the bridal shoot collaboration between the ÜBER-talented folks over at Parlour. in Queen West and the beautiful Jennifer of Jennifer Rowsom Photography.


Parlour Toronto Bridal Wedding Day Hair

Parlour Toronto Wedding Bridal Hair Style Bun

Parlour Salon Toronto Bridal Wedding Hair Style

Chic Bridal Hair Style Parlour Toronto

Bridal Hair Flower Design Style Parlour Toronto

Chic Bridal Braid Parlour Salon Toronto

Bridal Hair Makeup Parlour Salon Toronto

{ Style-shoot Behind The Scenes }

Parlour Salon Bridal Shoot Behind The Scenes

Parlour Salon Toronto Bridal Style Shoot Behind The Scenes

Parlour Salon Toronto Behind The Scenes Bridal Style Shoot


{ WG – Style }

I loved Parlour’s style so much that I needed to check them out for myself. Thanks to Tyler for the fab coordination and sending out some WG-love to Matthew for the super-meticulous cut and Markis for the stellar red highlights with the gorgeous black locks.  Can’t wait to visit you guys again soon! Love, Mary

Mary Bratko Parlour Toronto Before After Salon




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April 30, 2013

{ Kyla + James :: 04.27.13 :: Steamwhistle Brewery Wedding, Toronto }

…. and even after all these years, we still get goosebumps.

Goosebumps are exactly what we walked away with, in the wee morning hours this weekend as Kyla and James’ wedding guests danced the night away at the gorgeous Steamwhistle Brewery in Toronto.

Goosebumps are what we would get every time James looked at Kyla, and she would blush. They are so madly in love that the happiness, mutual respect, and admiration they have for one another can be felt just from sitting next to them. We had the distinct privilege of working alongside these two from when she said Yes to when they said “I Do”. From venue hunting all over Toronto to placing out each individual green bottle opener keychain wedding favours, every step of our journey with Kyla and James has been filled with love and laughter.

Here’s how all our hard work came together in what was, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful wedding days we could have ever hoped for.

Civello Toronto Wedding Photography Silverlight

Civello Toronto Wedding Hair Makeup

Toronto Hilton Wedding

Silverlight Photography Toronto Bridal Portrait

Morning Bridal Prep Photography Silverlight Toronto

Toronto Wedding Photography Silverlight Steve Rhodes

First Look Wedding Photography Silverlight Toronto

Grey Black Lime Green Wedding Party Toronto

Toronto Distillery District Wedding Photography Silverlight

Distillery District Toronto Wedding Ring Photo

Grey Black Lime Green Wedding Party

Gold Sparkly Bridal Wedding Shoes

Lime Green Orchid Bouquet Fleurish Designs

Distillery District Toronto Wedding Photography Silverlight

Black White Lime Green Wedding Party Bridesmaids

Steamwhistle Brewery Wedding Party Bus

 Steamwhistle Brewery Wedding Toronto

White Orchid Wedding Ceremony Toronto

Silverlight Wedding Photography Toronto

Steamwhistle Brewery Wedding Photography Toronto

Steamwhistle Brewery Wedding Toronto Silverlight Photography

Black Green Grey Steamwhistle Toronto Wedding Silverlight Photography

Green White Grey Wedding Cake Cupcakes Luvvly Cake Co

Elegant Simple White Tulip Lime Green Wedding Centrepiece

Liquid Entertainment Patryk Wasiak Steamwhistle Brewery Wedding Toronto

We couldn’t have asked for a more perfect day, a more lovely couple, or a more wonderful group of vendors. It takes a spectacular team of professionals to create picture-perfect beginnings to fairytale endings… and we’re sending out all our WG love to those we had on board with us this weekend.

Venue: Steamwhistle Brewery

Officiant:  White Orchid Weddings

Photography: Silverlight Photography

Catering: Marigolds and Onions

Floral Styling: Fleurish Design Studio

Cake + Cupcakes: the Luvvly Cake Co.

DJ: Liquid Entertainment

Venue Lighting: Pandor Productions

Hair and Makeup: Civello Salon on Queen

Wedding Dress: Dillon, Blue by Enzoani

Accommodations: Hilton Hotel on Richmond

Transportation: Steamwhistle Party Bus

Design, Planning, and Coordination: WeddingGirl.ca

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March 19, 2013

DIY Rustic Inspired Weddings on eTalk Canada!

{ WeddingGirl.ca on eTalk Canada }

It’s #WeddingWeek 2013 on eTalk Canada and we were lucky enough to be a part of it!

Mary Bratko eTalk Canada DIY Wedding Rustic Flowers

When Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds tied the knot in South Carolina last September, their rustic Do-It-Yourself {DIY}-inspired celebration solidified that barns are the new banquet halls. The trend toward old-world, eco, and simplistic elegance can be seen in vintage furniture displays, big barn backdrops, and colourful dessert tables adorned with individually wrapped confections that remind us of elementary school bake sales.

…. and if it’s good enough for Blake and Ryan, then there’s no doubt it’ll catch on!

Truth is, most of the brides we work with are opting to skip the traditional banquet halls and ballrooms, opting instead for more natural venues that include converted churches, old school music halls, and yes – big barns.

Of course, we know that Blake and Ryan had an entire team of Martha Stewart planners ready and waiting to make sure their big day was flawless – but a DIY wedding is not only stylish, it’s also a great way to save money!


{ the Details }


Our eTalk segment showcased a beautifully-styled rustic wedding that featured an elegant array of  natural elements – earth, water, fire.

Welcome your guests to your eco-affair with an easy DIY seating design. For our segment, we created an oh-so-simple escort card display using twine, clothespins, and earthy card stock paper picked up at a local craft store.  Depending on your guest count, this DIY detail should cost less than $25!


This wedding season we’re loving that rectangle tables are replacing traditional rounds. Not only does a harvest-table dining design create a more intimate guest experience, low mounding centerpieces are a budget-friendly alternative to their taller, more elaborate counterparts.


Set atop a simple off-white linen, we used burlap (available at any hardware or gardening store) to create an elegant table runner that anchored our remaining table decor (less than $5!)

Rustic DIY Wedding eTalk Canada

Eco-trendy brides are trading in uniform vases and candles for mismatched mason jars and a variety of votive holders. We tied in our earthy elements of twine and burlap by wrapping each vase in a unique way. You can accentuate hints of vintage charm or classic opulence by securing twine with skeleton keys or adding a touch of lace to your details.

DIY Rustic Wedding Decor Wood Charger Place Toronto

We opted to enhance our eco-chic place settings using wooden plate chargers; a dramatic addition to any guest table. For a more budget-savvy alternative, opt to use wood slab chargers exclusively on your head table!

Also trending in the world of weddings? Seamslessy-styled but not-so-matchy-matchy details. We alternated twine-tied linen napkins with a pocket-fold finished with a beautiful little succulent bloom.

DIY Rustic Wedding eTalk Canada Toronto Mary Bratko

The rustic-inspired purple|green florals were styled with natural drama in mind. Each arrangement was meticulously pieced together to create the perfect display of highs and lows, bright bold purples and natural greens.

Green Lime Purple Rustic Wedding Flowers

Rustic Purple Green Bridal Bouquet WeddingGirl.ca

And don’t forget to send your guests away with an amazing DIY Thank You! When it comes to wedding favours, it’s been our experience that guests appreciate things they can use, or things they can eat (or both!)

Consider creating burlap-wrapped pouches of flower seeds so your guests can watch love grow, or send them away with saplings they can plant in their garden! If you prefer to woo your friends and family with a yummy treat, give them s’more love with individually wrapped s’more kits, or help them spread the love with a jar of homemade preserves. S’more kits are especially fun if your venue comes equipped with a bonfire, and homemade jams or preserves are a great way to get nagging aunts and grandmothers involved!

DIY Eco Nature Earth Bride Seeds Favour

DIY Eco Nature Earth Bride Wedding Rustic Favour

DIY Jam Preserves Wedding Favour

DIY Smore wedding favour WeddingGirl.ca

{ the Do’s and Don’ts of DIY }

Brides on a budget who dream of a beautiful wedding often believe that not only do they have to do it all themselves, but that they can’t afford to hire a planner to help. The truth is, we work with DIY brides all the time! Brides bring us on board to help them design their wedding vision, introduce them to the most affordable AND amazing vendors, and trust us to make sure all the little details come together perfectly on their big day.

The most important message we can convey when it comes to DIY? Plan ahead. Consider the amount of time you have and where your strengths lie. If you’re hoping to tie the knot in <6 months, skip taking on the super nitty gritty details, especially if you don’t enjoy them. Trust us – you’ll be busy enough! It takes over 350 hours to plan a wedding, and overwhelming yourself with hundreds of DIY projects will make the entire planning process much more stressful than it needs to be.

Do what you’re good at…

Want to save money on favours and have impeccable handwriting? Make your own favour tags and escort cards! If you’ve never sewn before, don’t take on custom-stitching your napkins or making your dress. Stick to what you enjoy doing and it’ll be less of a chore!

Do ask for help…

Your friends and family are often eager to help with your plans. If you have an aunt who makes mouthwatering brownies, or a grandmother whose jams are world-renowned – ask them to contribute to your late-night sweet buffet or your guests’ parting favours.

Do plan ahead…

Finding budget-friendly DIY items tends to take more time. Make a project schedule and stick to it! If you’re looking for a variety of mason jars, think about checking out garage sales and thrift shops rather than buying varying sizes brand new.


Don’t skip the experts…

Leave time-sensitive projects like your wedding cake and flowers to the pros. The last thing you want to be dealing with the night before your wedding is a melting cake or droopy flowers. A good wedding vendor is willing to work within your budget to create the look you love, but with all the safeguards and contingency plans you shouldn’t have to be stressing over.


Don’t over-work your loved ones…

As much as those you love want to lend a hand, remember that your wedding day is cause for celebration all around! There’s no better way to ruin your family’s experience than by handing them an extensive task-list that makes your wedding day more militant than merry.


Don’t coordinate it all yourself…

Sure, it seems easy to work out a Day-Of Itinerary a month before your big day, but worrying about whether your candles are lit on time should be the furthest thing from your mind. With an average of 15+ vendors coming together on your wedding day, plus your hundreds of DIY details needing to be set out exactly as you’d imagined, hiring a Day Of Coordinator is the best wedding-insurance your budget can buy. Your coordinator is your eyes, ears, and extra set of hands while you’re busy being pampered, getting dressed, and saying “I Do”.


{ Get in touch! }

With A-list celebrities styling their nuptials in an eco-trendy way, rustic inspired weddings are flooding the pages of bridal magazines and topping the charts on inspiration bridal blogs. If you’re planning your own DIY rustic affair and have any questions about designing the details, planning a schedule, or sticking to your budget, feel free to get in touch! We’d love to hear from you!


{ the Shopping }


All the details you see in our eTalk style shoot can be purchased through the Shops @ WG. Whether you’re looking for burlap runners or sweet little succulents, we have all the elements you need to create your very own rustic luxe, on a budget!

The flowers on set were created by the design team at The Flower Shop @ WG. If you’re thinking that these earthy-chic stems are right for your big day, send us a note and we’ll hook you up with a designer that’ll help you style your own eco decor.

{ the Giveaway }

As a Thank You for checking out our eTalk segment, we’re giving one lucky bride wood slab plate chargers (just like the ones we used on set!) to style her head table!

For your chance to add this seriously chic detail to your wedding day decor, find us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for contest details.

Wood slab chargers rustic wedding Toronto

And be sure to check out yesterday’s blog to see Behind The Scenes shots from our segment filming at CTV studios!

Happy DIY’ing!


{ a little bit of LOVE }

All photography credits for this post are sent out, with love, to Jennifer Hortin over at mINK Creative Photographic Studios.

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March 18, 2013

Royal Blue + Gold Wedding | Port Credit, Mississauga

{ royal blue + gold “I Do’s” }

One of the most exciting things that we, as wedding planners, get to do, is see our meticulous plans come together in a picture-perfect wedding day. Here are some of the stunning details of a gorgeous royal blue and gold design we coordinated a couple of weeks ago…

mINK Creative Cheap Budget Toronto Wedding Photography

Something Blue Bridal Wedding Shoes Details

Blue Wedding Bridal Party Feather Bouquet

Creative Wedding Ring Shot Mink Creative

Waterside Inn Wedding Ceremony Blue petal aisle

The Flower Shop at WeddingGirl Blue petal aisle decor

Waterside Inn Wedding Ceremony Blue petal aisle 2

Mink Creative Photography Toronto Wedding Photography 4

Cheap Budget Toronto Wedding Photography mINK Creative

Mink Creative Toronto Budget Wedding Photography

Port Credit Wedding mink photography Toronto

Mink Creative Toronto Wedding Photography 2

Sweetheart Head Table Decor With Grandeur

Toronto Budget Florist the Flower Shop at WeddingGirl.ca

Luvvly Cake Co Toronto Wedding Blue Gold

Blue Gold Wedding Centrepiece Decor

Mink Creative Toronto Wedding Photography 3

Mink Creative Toronto Wedding Photography

Blue Heart Shaped Rose Petal

{ a little LOVE } :: Vendor Credits

Photography: mINK Creative Photographic Studios

Venue: Waterside Inn, Port Credit

Officiant: Garry, White Orchid Weddings

Cake: The Luvvly Cake Co.

Flowers: the Flower Shop @ WG

Decor: Decor with Grandeur

DJ: Domenic Cortese

Stationary: Inviting Elegance

Feather Bouquet: Blue Petyl

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