“Between the space and silence lies an infinite world of inspiration and imagination. Unraveling the elegance and style embedded in the simplicity of minimalism, uncovering a beauty between forms, discovering a treasure trove of priceless gems, of the eternally beautiful and majestic, all hidden in plain sight. This exquisitely assembled palette forming a litany of simplicity; from an endless spectrum of monochrome to the demure and undisturbed arrangement of garden green and carnation white floral furnishings, to the intricate dance between tabletops, tableware and textiles, and all accessories in between, is our main motivation for our latest styled shoot, “Minimalistic Bride Inspiration”. Simplicity and minimalism is a classical theme that brings to life whole worlds of beauty and elegance through breathtaking finesse and effortless technique that, like a master of their craft engaged in performance, leaves an audience amazed and awe-struck beyond words. And no better a place to showcase such a fascinating, perplexing and challenging theme than in the auspices of a wedding day; a day where style, class, elegance and inspiration are inextricably coupled with the story of the day. And to truly encapsulate this theme of minimalism and simplistic elegance, our stylists and planners had chosen Toronto’s The Great Hall on Queen Street West as our design-choice destination for a perfectly simplistic style. Making excellent use out of The Great Hall’s spacious, brightly lit and bare-bone offerings of their Drawing Room and Conversation Room, our planners and stylists had chosen these blank canvases as the main stage for their flawless performance.
Leanne and Darius rented an AirBnb on Bridle Path for their Toronto Wedding and It was spectacular!
The mansion felt royal, and their backyard reception was oh so laid back, yet incredible elegant. Two of my favourite things!
Their wedding day was featured in the current issue of The Wedding Bells magazine, but now i finally get to share the photos too!
Here is what Leanne had to say about her day:
“Darius and I met while working together in Tokyo. We had an immediate connection, and were able
to continue the relationship when we both returned to Toronto. On our five year anniversary we took a walk in our neighbourhood park. While we were reflecting on all we had accomplished and talking about future goals, Darius got on one knee to pop the question. We rented an opulent house in Toronto’s Bridle Path neighbourhood for two nights to use as the wedding and reception venue. The luxe decor perfectly fit our theme of a white wedding and the backyard was ideal for the reception. We felt like we threw the
best family house party. There were white flowers EVERYWHERE! We went a little overboard on the flowers but they were exquisitely arranged and we used them as party favours, sending guests home with
gorgeous bouquets. Our siblings played key roles at the wedding. My brother, Danny, performed the ceremony, while Darius’s brothers, Vincas and Lukas, were groomsmen. All the siblings in the family
are very close so it made the event a wonderful family celebration.”
Pronovias from Avenue 22 Bridal,
caterer & flowers
Heirloom Food & Flowers,
Dolce & Gabbana
from Harry Rosen,
Elegant Invitations Toronto,