February 22nd, 2012
He said: Marry me?
She said: Hell, yeah.
From dresses to save-the-dates, herewith a few Toronto gems to add to your list:
Invitations set the tone, and the letterpress stationery over at Paper and Poste is fresh, modern and romantic. 198 Walnut Ave., Studio 1, Toronto, 416-703-0004, www.paperandposte.ca
For the retro bride, look no further than Cabaret for your made-to-measure 50s inspired frock. 672 Queen St. W., Toronto, 416-504-7126, www.cabaretvintage.com
From cupcakes to custom cookies, Lindsey Bakes makes the most darling confections. We think her fortune cookies (complete with a personalized fortune) are such a sweet idea. www.lindseybakes.com
Add a little whimsy to your locks with a dainty floral garland from Toronto’s Lara Vincent. www.laravincent.com
Even your kids won't watch two-hours of wedding footage. In 15 minutes, Toronto's Stillmotion will capture the essence of your wedding day. Think of it as a movie trailer to the first day of your life together. www.youarenotcattle.com —Athena Tsavliris
January 26th, 2012
This new digital wedding magazine from the U.K. is utterly divine, and features everything from gorgeous letterpress to sumptuous cakes, plus baubles and dresses galore.
It wouldn’t be an English wedding without hats, and Reverie spotlights milliner Edwina Ibbotson in its debut issue. We’re swooning over Emma Franklin’s gorgeous rings and we too would like Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall to prepare our post-nuptial feast.
And don’t you just love that colour-drenched L.A. wedding? The bride looks happy enough to fly away with her red balloon. —Athena Tsavliris