Real Wedding: Trinity Chapel & the Royal Ontario Museum

This wedding was truly a mid-summer night's dream! We adored Julia and Christopher's wedding at Trinity Chapel and the Royal Ontario Museum.

At the ceremony, we lined the aisle with fresh foliage pew markers made with smilax vines, Italian ruscus and trailing ribbons.

Burgundy pom dahlias, Café au Lait dahlias, viburnum berries, smilax vine, cotinus, anemones, ranunculus, Italian ruscus, spray roses and O'Hara garden roses made up the florals in the pretty bouquets and the floral arrangements reaching from end to end at the reception.

We styled flowers into small to large gold compotes and golden vases. Arrangements were dotted throughout the venue, including down the guest tables and the head table, all through the cocktail area, and on the entrance table.

To complete the tablescapes, juicy figs and concord grapes spilled from arrangements and lined the tables amongst lush foliage garlands and twinkling candles.

Photographs courtesy of Artiese
Planning: Lexington & Co. 


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