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Malaparte Terrace Wedding

A classically stylish event brought to life by a beautiful heart-warming energy is how I would describe the incredible nuptials of this lovely couple.

The couple’s special day was held across two spectacular floors of the superb Malaparte, in amongst Toronto’s bustling entertainment district. The bride looked absolutely stunning in a Londyn by Hayley Paige from Pearl Bridal House, so stunning in fact that the dress shop featured her on their website shortly after the wedding. The groom also looked his part in a very suave Hugo Boss tux, as did the bridal party, who were elegantly decked out in classic black and white dresses and suits.

The simple, yet elegant, black and white theme featured throughout the day, with the white table decor forming a perfect contrast for the black and white Alaina Greenberg stationary, and the incredibly colourful and delicious mini doughnuts by Jelly Modern Doughnuts. Overall, the day was a spectacular, stylish and heart-warming success…and I was honoured to be a part of it.


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Some say flowers make a wedding. And in this case, I agree.
Of course, you could also argue that an enthusiastic wedding party, amazing guests, a stunning gown,
a great DJ and perfect venue also make a wedding.
Well this one had it all and much, much more.

Alexandra was beyond beautiful, and as always, had off the charts positive energy.
Paul was handsome and lots of fun.
We couldn’t have asked for a more perfect setting.

I hope you enjoy these photos as much as we did taking them.

Thanks again to an incredibly talented team!
Bridal Gown: Londyn by Hayley Paige from Pearl Bridal House
Flowers: Patchouli Floral Love + Design
Hair: Ania from Jackie Gideon
Planner: Aileen Manta Weddings and Events
Make-Up Artist: Alexandra Smith
DJ: Sole Power
Stationery: Alaina Greenberg
Dance Floor: Essence Light & Sound
Shoes: Stewart Weitzman
Paul’s Tux: Hugo Boss
Venue: Malaparte Terrace, 350 King Street West (TIFF Bell Lightbox), 6th Floor, Toronto

Not only did Alexandra surround herself with top professionals, but she also did so much in the planning of her day.
She always secretly wanted to be in design or a party planner – so the entire decor was her vision.

She designed that amazing cake/desert table.
The mini doughnuts were made by Jelly Modern Doughnuts and the cake stands were from Chair-man Mills. The mini cake was made of stacked doughnuts. Alexandra also made the labels and the sign (love is sweet, so take a treat) with her friend.
She asked Alex (from Patchouli) for all white flowers in mirrored vases with tons of candles. She ordered ghost chairs, also from Chair-man Mills, and used Malaparte’s white linens.

Alexandra worked with the Malaparte staff to create the furniture/chair/table placement for the ceremony tent; couches and bar for the cocktail space; and the tables/bar/dance floor layout for the ballroom.

AND one of the best parts of the night (and one of the funniest moments!!) – The Late Night Snack: McDonalds!


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