Melissa and Matthew tied the knot at the picturesque Westminster Chapel. With Christian traditions being very important to them, the ceremony was full of prayer and meaning. The couple’s love for all things romantic and dark was reflected in their wedding decor. The color palette was black, white, green, and woody, with plenty of candles and lanterns to set the mood.
The sweetheart table at Nove Ristorante Restaurant was a highlight of the reception, featuring a wooden arch with gorgeous florals over it. The couple made sure to capture photos of the cake, seating chart, welcome sign, and table decor, which all tied together perfectly with the overall theme of the wedding.
Flowers were an essential element of the wedding decor, featuring white roses, lisianthus, carnations, hydrangeas, babies breath, and other seasonal florals in white, along with plenty of mixed greenery. The wooden arch behind the sweetheart table and floral plinths on the altar of the church added the perfect touch of elegance.
Melissa’s bridal bouquet was a semi-garden style with white Tibet roses, lisianthus, freesias, wax flowers, spray roses, astrantia, and seeded eucalyptus. The couple’s wedding cake was a replica of their wedding invitation, which was a beautiful personal touch.
Matthew wore a sleek black suit with a black Gucci tie, while Melissa looked stunning in a satin dress with pearl details and matching pearl jewelry. The couple’s love story is just as beautiful as their wedding day. Matthew proposed to Melissa at Dundas Peak on Thanksgiving weekend, and even though it was raining, the moment was perfect.
The wedding was expertly planned by Pink and White Events, with the dress provided by Elisabeth and Beau, hair and makeup by Velve Beauty, and music by DJ Emporium. Bloomberry and Co. took care of the decor, ensuring everything looked exactly as the couple envisioned.
Melissa and Matthew’s wedding was a beautiful celebration of their love, and everything came together seamlessly to create a day they will never forget.