Winter Industrial Wedding at Airship 37, Distillery District, Downtown Toronto
Most weddings in Canada occur during summer when you can show off that strapless dress but what is more romantic than a Canadian winter wedding? Breanna and Rob’s wedding took advantage of the end of the winter when it’s a little less freezing to keep warm by dancing the night away! Playing with all cool tones by silver and blue, Bisous Events along with the couple, found ways to incorporate the bride’s love of winter into her perfect low-key wedding. The space at Airship 37 was the perfect venue for their big day, cozy and modern, right next to the Distillery District for this downtown couple. The stringed edison bulb lighting on the ceiling as well as the lit sheer backdrop wall added warmth and a rustic charm to the space. One of my favourite things about this wedding was the guest book… a photographic book on dogs underwater (yes, I said that correctly); it really showed me their sense of humour and was definitely different. Breanna’s father also helped by building all the wedding pillars used for the wedding ceremony! Flowers are definitely not blooming in Canada but the couple during February but the couple still wanted some fresh flowers while thinking of the environment. They opted to go with Eco Stems, specializing in eco-friendly floral options, many suppliers growing right out of Ontario, reducing on transit emissions. Lucas & Tay seamlessly captured both video and photography for the couple’s big day.
It was an absolute pleasure working with this cool groom (get it? cool, winter) and hilariously sarcastic bride. Thank you for being such a fun couple to work with and wish you would get married every winter! Wishing you all the best.
Check out the adorable highlight video for Breanna and Rob’s big day!
Planner/Stylist: Bisous Events
Photography & Videography: Lucas & Tay
Venue & Caterer: Airship 37 / Berkeley Events
Florals: Eco Stems
Linens: Susan Murray
Rentals: Chairman Mills
Lighting: All Cargos