Thursday, July 16, 2009

A Wedding in the Distillery District

Alison, of A Hot Pink Petticoat Event Planning, posted this awesome wedding yesterday. The Distillery District in Toronto is one of my favourite areas to visit. Once the largest distillery in the world, today it houses numerous restaurants, cafes, galleries in its Victorian-era heritage buildings. While I've seen weddings held in the Distillery's restaurants such as The Boiler House and The Fermenting Cellar, I've never seen one held in Balzac's Coffeehouse. Check it out! And how sassy is this short-dress bride?! For more photos click here to take you to A Hot Pink Petticoat's blog or click here to take you to HRM Photography's blog (the photographers who shot this wedding). Thanks to Alison for showing us an 'outside of the box' venue!

10 comments:

HRM said...

Thanks so much for posting our photos!! It was such a fantastic wedding to photograph!

Cheers,
Heather

Bridechka said...

Awesome venue.

Jennifer Doumato Lamy said...

Wow beautiful!

Molly Jean said...

so sweet & charming! i love!

BEL said...

So beautiful! I love this area but have never seen a wedding there!

Not sure if you're up to it - but i tagged you on my blog!

Suzanne Casamento said...

Wow. That is such a cool room! I love the artwork, flooring and candelabra.

A Hot Pink Petticoat said...

Glad you liked my post :) Real compliment ending up on your blog.

And yes, her dress is awesome!

Tiffany @ bride-on-purpose said...

Wow... amazing!! I love the distillery district, and have always imagined what a wedding would be like there!! If I wasn't having a mountain wedding in Western Canada, I would do it there :) PS... shout out to the Canucks!! I just found your site and really enjoy it!

Nicole said...

oh my gosh Adorble!!! great photos, perfect venue, beautiful couple. yay toronto

Miss. Yap said...

That middle picture of the people swirling around at the party is fabulous! Reminds me of the party scene in Holly Golightly's apartment in Breakfast at Tiffany's, one of my favorite movies!

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