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Pretty In Pink Romantic Garden-Inspired Fall Wedding

Go ahead, pinch yourself, but I promise you you’re not dreaming—this beautiful wedding is totally real. With the help of Devoted To You Inc., Grace and Yulin’s vision for a wedding full of delicate details and soft floral touches came to life in the most gorgeous way. From the Groom’s surprise ceremony serenade to the jaw-dropping dessert table, you’re going to want to pin every photo of this wedding from Mango Studios in The Vault!

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Fall
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Al Fresco

From Devoted To You IncGrace and Yulin met in university and had been in a long distance relationship for the past two years. They wanted their wedding to be intimate and had friends and families from all over the world attend. We curated the wedding to not only look beautiful, but also memorable to the couple by including the things they liked – such as their favorite food, and games that involved guests like The Running Man, which is an Asian hit TV show similar in concept to The Amazing Race. A wedding is about two people in love joining their lives together and we want to showcase that by incorporating things that both Grace and Yulin enjoy in their wedding.

Both the wedding ceremony and the reception took place at the most beautiful venues. Their first look and wedding ceremony took place at Graydon Hall Manor followed by a wedding reception at Estates of Sunnybrook. We teamed up with Nous Design Group and Megan Wappel Designs to bring Grace’s vision to life. We used Grace’s favorite flower – pink peonies as the inspiration of the design to create a spring wedding in the fall. Megan Wappel designed all the wedding stationery and the sweet table for the wedding – from invitation set to day-of stationery, including The Running Man game booklet. Guests teamed up and competed against each other to complete all of the challenges assigned. Photos were also posted on Instagram with the hashtag #yulingracebigday, which was showcased as a slideshow for everyone to enjoy in the evening. Gisele from Nous Design Group provided the design and décor service and brought Grace’s dream wedding to life. Our team coordinated the sourcing of vintage tableware from Plate Occasions where each guest had a unique place setting in various pinks and patterns, pairing with gold cutleries.

The sweet table created by Megan Wappel and Christina from Truffles was so picture perfect that everyone swooned over the beautiful delicious sweets. The couples danced between the sparklers under the stars. The wedding couldn’t have been any better.

From The Bride…Yulin and I always knew we wanted to incorporate the outdoors into our wedding, so when we found the McLean House, it was the perfect venue for a peaceful and intimate ceremony for 50 guests surrounded by the greenery. It felt like the middle of spring with fresh flowers blooming around. No one would’ve ever guessed it was the middle of an autumn September month.

The color palette was feminine and simple with blush and pink tones sprinkling through all aspects of the wedding from the table linens to the bridesmaids’ dresses to the desserts. The light tones complemented the all-white shell of the house, keeping a soft, graceful feel, whereas a darker color would have be too harsh of a contrast. I incorporated peonies everywhere I could since they were my favorite flowers so they would peek out from the bridesmaid’s bouquets, the centerpieces and even the invitation envelopes.

Yulin and I wanted to incorporate some fun aspects to our wedding to bring laughter and fun for our guests. During the ceremony, Yulin pulled out a guitar that he hid behind a bush and serenaded me in song for a full three minutes! He completely caught me by surprise so I serenaded him right back later that day during cocktail hour. Between the ceremony and reception, we created a scavenger hunt for our guests to complete. Some tasks included take a picture with a lady in white (not the bride), take a picture with an old couple, find a Yulin look alike, make a veil and bowtie, and buy Lindt chocolate. Proof of completion was to be posted on Instagram with the hashtag #yulingracebigday.

Our sweets table was the most popular. It was so beautifully arranged no one wanted to touch it at first, but once a macaron was snatched up, so did the cake pops and cupcakes because they tasted just as divine as they looked and there is always room left for dessert.

I had a vision of delicate details and soft floral touches and my planner Carmen Luk took in all I wanted and created the most stunning wedding. I didn’t need to worry for a minute on my wedding day because I knew everything was in good hands; I knew this was a day I could wholesomely enjoy with my new husband. I felt beautiful in my Vera Wang wedding dress, and custom Valencienne red gown. It was a picture perfect day that left me and my husband joyous and I wouldn’t change anything for the world.

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Photography: Mango Studios | Cinematography: Stories Worth Sharing | Event Design: Nous Design Group | Event Planning: Devoted To You Inc. | Wedding Dress: Vera Wang | Cake: Truffle Toronto | Ceremony Venue: Graydon Hall Manor | Reception Venue: Estates Of Sunnybrook | Shoes: Valentino | Shoes: Manolo Blahnik | Hair + Makeup: Satine Studio | DJ: Michael Coombs | Band: Lady Be Good | Favors: Bobbette & Belle | Officiant: All You Need Is Love | Ceremony Music: Wellington Music | Invitations + Stationery: Megan Wappel Designs | Red Evening Dress: Valencienne | Sweet Table Design: Megan Wappel Designs | Tableware: Plate Occasions | Vendor: The Bride's Aunt & Grandmother

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Organic-Inspired Al Fresco Niagara Wedding

Ooh La La Designs took the words right out of my mouth when she said, “from the loose florals and the cherries ripe for the picking on the trees to the perfect dress designed and created by the bride and her mother, this couple’s wedding celebration was the epitome of a Niagara Wine Country wedding.” See every pretty moment from Jennifer Xu Photography in The Vault!

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Summer
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LodgeOutdoor
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Al Fresco

From Ooh La La DesignsFrom the loose florals and the cherries ripe for the picking on the trees to the perfect dress designed and created by the bride and her mother, our couple’s wedding celebration was the epitome of a Niagara Wine Country wedding. The bride and her bridesmaids began the day getting ready in a quaint waterfront cottage before the bride and groom saying their vows amongst the pear trees in a perfectly timed summer sun shower.

The reception tablescapes were one of my favorite organic designs thus far. They featured lush runners of moss on live edge tables, loose floral in gold mercury containers and a myrtle sprig at each setting.

The bride was careful to include meaningful details throughout her entire day, including making her own stationery and hand embroidering a saying in honour of the bride’s late father on her dress which rested over her heart. The 3 day festivities focused on family, food and creating memories for all.

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Photography: Jennifer Xu Photography | Event Planning: To A T Events | Floral Design: Ooh La La Designs | Wedding Dress: Handmade By The Bride And Her Mother | Stationery: Designed By The Bride | Bride's Shoes: Nine West | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Zara | Hair: The Hair Gallery | Groom's Attire: Studio Suits | Venue: At Home | Vendor: The Bride's Aunt & Grandmother

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Romantic + Vintage-Inspired Vancouver Summer Wedding

Meghan and Zach are a couple after my own heart. Why? Partway through planning a traditional wedding, the Bride and Groom looked at each other and decided to start again from scratch—this time planning a wedding that would be the ultimate reflection of them and their love. The result is a day so pretty, not even a little rain could ruin it. See it all thanks to Whitney Krutzfeldt in The Vault!

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Summer
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Luxury Venue

From Sweetheart EventsMy favourite aspect of this wedding was that they followed no rules and threw tradition out the window to ensure the day was a reflection of them. This wedding had a ceremony at sunset, cocktails with live jazz and baby grand piano on the terrace and an afterparty at the couple’s favourite hangout until the early hours the next morning.

Meghan and Zach fell into the traditional wedding style when they began planning their big day- the ceremony, the cocktail hour followed by dinner buffet reception with head table and round tables scattered throughout. At one point in the planning process, Meghan and Zach looked at each other and asked themselves if this wedding was truly them and what they wanted. They decided to change their overall vision and begin again from scratch; this time it would be the ultimate reflection of them and their love story together. Another reason why I love this couple so much! The style was a mix of romance and vintage with many personal elements and a few jewish traditions. On the day, despite the Vancouver rain, the couple arrived at Hycroft Manor to finish getting ready and prepare for their first look on the terrace (such a great moment!). After the couple shared a few moments alone together they were joined by their wedding party for photo time before an intimate lunch on the terrace with immediate family. We styled the long table with greenery garlands, delicate florals and beautiful calligraphy heart cut place cards and two vintage chairs for the bride and groom. After lunch, the couple continued photos (when the sun peeked out for a bit) while the SHE team transformed the terrace to prepare for the sunset ceremony. Meghan and Zach were married in front of one hundred friends and family as the sun was setting behind the Vancouver mountains with a custom ceremony that was a beautiful reflection of them as a couple and their love story. Following the ceremony, guests enjoyed passed canapes, signature cocktails and live music played on a white baby grand piano with many fun filled speeches and toasts. At 10pm (due to noise restrictions) the party wasn’t ready to end so guests were welcomed onto red trolleys with live jazz musicians taking them to Mahony & Sons Coal Harbour for the afterparty for late night snacks, live music and the Hora! This wedding will be one I will never forget.

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Photography: Whitney Krutzfeldt | Floral Design: Celsia Florist | Wedding Dress: Maggie Sottero | Bride's Shoes: Aldo | Jewelry: The Borrowed Collection | Bridesmaids' Dresses: J.Crew | Bridesmaids' Dresses: David's Bridal | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Etsy Petorhouse | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Etsy FashionStreet | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Vera Wang | Catering: Hycroft Manor | Hair + Makeup: Makeup By Denise | Band: Max Zipursky | Groom's Attire: Moule | Officiant: Darian Kovacs | Transportation: Vancouver Trolley Company | Venue: Hycroft Manor | Bride's Belt: Olivia The Wolf | Coordination + Styling: Sweetheart Events | Decor Rentals: The Borrowed Chic | Late Night Reception: Mahony & Sons | Vendor: The Bride's Aunt & Grandmother

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