The Boiler House is such a fun, unique venue that we can't help but love all the pretty weddings that happen under that roof. With its old brick walls and original wooden beams, it's cozy and cool, yet totally stunning and jaw dropping all at once. Hello, 22 foot tall wine rack! This adorable couple chose pretty purple accents, along with loads of gorgeous white flowers to really pop against all that brick and wood and the result is beyond pretty. Rowell Photography captured all the details and you can see even more right here!
From Rowell Photography... We had the pleasure of photographing Nick and Caitlin’s elegant Boiler House wedding in Toronto. With their huge wedding party in tow, we visited some of Toronto’s most picturesque locations, including the Toronto beaches for bridal party portraits, Polsen Pier for some of the stunning Toronto skyline wedding party portraits, and Toronto’s historic distillery district for the new happy couples wedding photos. We even stopped at a Starbucks to catch a pic of the newlyweds sharing a frappucino. Caitlin and Nick were married at the Enoch Turner Schoolhouse and partied the night away at The Boiler House for their reception. This wedding pretty much covered our list of favourite places to shoot in Toronto. One of the most memorable moments of the wedding day was when Caitlin and Nick danced with their parents outside during their cocktail reception in front of the Boiler House. It was bright and sunny and with over 100 of their closets friends and family casually crowded around them. It was so impromptu and entertaining, and it set the mood for their reception.
Photography: Rowell Photography / Ceremony: Enoch Turner Schoolhouse in Toronto, Ontario / Reception: Boiler House in the Distillery District in Toronto, Ontario / Floral Design: Jan Cunningham-Snell of Bed O'Roses (email@example.com) / Wedding Dress: Priscilla of Boston (Now Closed) / Bride's Bracelet: Borrowed from Her Grandmother / Bride's Earrings: Unknown Brand via Elmwood Brides / Hair: Colin Carruthers + Laura Gisbey of Studio Five Hair / Makeup: Melissa Korzenko for Benefit Cosmetics (firstname.lastname@example.org) / Bridesmaids' Dresses: Monique Lhuillier via Nordstrom