Since the night Katherine and Darren met across the table of a local pub, they both knew they’d found someone special. “We’re that annoying couple who kisses in the aisles at the supermarket – every week!”, says the bride.
The couple, who wed at Enoch Turner Schoolhouse, Toronto before 55 guests, share a love of sci-fi TV, cats, long walks around the city and a joy in each other’s company.
Their wedding had a fall harvest theme and a colour scheme of hot pink and bright orange. Guests took home jam made by the bride’s mother, with fruits from Nunavut.
Katherine and Darren say their happiness continues to grow every day.
Photographer: Katia Taylor Photography
Ceremony & reception location: Enoch Turner Schoolhouse
Reception décor: Trees from Amherst Greenhouses
Bridal gown: Justin Alexander
Bridesmaid gowns: Holt Renfrew
Accessories: Mix of vintage finds (fur stole and purse) and local bridal shops (shoes and hair brooch)
Hair & makeup: Lisa at Grateful Head & Dorota at Alchemy Centre
Cake: Pies from Wanda’s Pie in the Sky
Favours: Jam made by bride’s mother (including fruit from Nunavut)
Flowers: Linden Grove
Invitations: Tea towels silk-screened by bride and groom and friends
Wedding planner(s): Bride, Maid of Honour and Dude of Honour are all event planners