It was a celebration of true love when Stephanie married Daniel in front of their family and treasured friends in Toronto, Ontario.
Daniel and Stephanie met at a networking event in the summer of 2010. From the moment he said hello, Stephanie knew he was the one. Fourteen months later, Daniel proposed. “He had coordinated a romantic evening at a few of our favourite venues – places I associate with some of our fondest memories,” recalls the bride. Though it was a blur, she remembers him saying, “You are my forever and I want you to marry me.”
The couple was married in Toronto’s historic Distillery District but they went to the Trump Hotel for their wedding photography. They liked the sophisticated decor and the variety of background opportunities. Stephanie says, “Very few people have been photographed there. We took hundreds of unique pictures with a variety of backdrops.”
Their wedding planner, Candice Wasserstein, ensured that the romantic ceremony went off without a hitch. The couple enjoyed themselves at a cocktail party featuring their favourite foods, including a banana wedding cake with layers of double dutch chocolate fudge and a peanut butter icing.
Photographer: Mango Studios
Ceremony and Reception location: Boiler House, Distillery District
Décor: Candles and vase flowers
Bridal gown: Watters and Watters
Bridesmaid gowns: Bridesmaids chose their own dress
Groom’s suit: Zenga suit from Harry Rosen
Groomsmen attire: Groomsmen chose their own suits
Hair: Kozeta Izeti of Kozeta Salon
Makeup: Katie Dack
Flowers: Toronto Florist Shop
Wedding Coordinator: Candice Wasserstein