Wedding Dresses | A Stylish, Pre-Lockdown Micro-Wedding in Toronto


With plans to wed in early December, and with a potential lockdown looming as a consequence of COVID-19, Jacqueline and Scott managed to prepare their marriage ceremony and alter the date to November. “We joke our theme was “Countdown to Lockdown,” Jacqueline says. “We made all our plans in 24 hours. Calls to household, dashing across the metropolis to discover a florist, altering dinner menus and selecting up our costume and tux early saved us busy,” the 2 giggle.

Embracing the seasonal components, the 2 introduced their Christmas-like marriage ceremony to life with a color palette of winter greens, buttercream and cranberry. Model was additionally paramount to the duo, with Jacqueline seeking to discover the costume at Kleinfeld. “It was the very first costume that I had tried on, which was Maggie Sottero,” Jacqueline explains. “I really like the embroidery element and the way it seems like snowflakes woven collectively.” For Scott, a tux totally customized and handmade by Canadian designer, Matthew Davignon, was a spotlight. “The lapels, pocket jetting, pant braid and waistband had been all trimmed out of an identical Cerulean blue silk,” Jacqueline describes.

With 10 of their nearest and dearest in attendance, the 2 tied the knot at St. Andrew’s church. “After the ceremony, we exited the church to bagpipes–a nod to Scott’s Scottish heritage and a complete shock for me,” Jacqueline recollects. “Scott had organized the piper in secret and it turned out to be one in every of our prime greatest moments.” For his or her reception, the newlyweds invited friends to the 4 Seasons Toronto for a small 10-person dinner contained in the royal suite. “Sitting down and breaking bread with household after 9 months of social distancing introduced us a lot pleasure,” the 2 smile.

Jacqueline Kendall & Scott Darling, November 21, 2020, Toronto, Ontario.

Pictures courtesy of Ryan Emberley.

Ceremony venue:
St. Andrew’s Church
Reception venue: 4 Seasons Resort
Marriage ceremony costume: Maggie Sottero at Kleinfeld
Flowers: Posies by Gigi
Bridesmaid attire: Laura
Groom’s tux: Matthew Davignon
Hair: Raise Salon

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