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  • A Surprise Wedding in Toronto
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    Martha Grace McKimm

A Surprise Wedding in Toronto

A Surprise Wedding in Toronto

A Surprise Wedding in Toronto

The couple, who began their romance over Dim Sum in Chinatown, opted for a non-traditional wedding for 100.


Heather and Michael chose Danielle Hitchcock to design their invitations and Laura Clarke
to photograph their day.

 

From the vintage engagement ring to their casually elegant reception, Heather Lewis and Michael Kan ensured their special day was very much “them”. Lewis, an Interior Designer, and Kan, a Civil Engineer, weren’t at all fond of the idea of a big traditional wedding


The couple, whose aesthetic is clean, and contemporary, wanted to celebrate with friends and family, but in their own unconventional way.  So they decided to host an engagement party at Bricco Kitchen and Wine Bar in The Junction, and surprised everyone with a wedding ceremony and reception that they pulled off with the help of a few close confidantes.

A stunning floral feature wall was created by Toronto florist Blush and Bloom. "When you work with such a beautiful space, décor can be kept to a minimum," said Lewis.

The couple's cake is from The Wedding Cake Shoppe, and the gold and white macarons are from Patisserie V. Marie. The bride's dress is from Lover's Land and the groom's suit is from Top Shop Man.

Lewis and Kan said they had an amazing reaction from the element of surprise. "We’d do it all over again, 100%," said Lewis. The couple honeymooned in Palm Springs. Favourite Hopson Grace registry gift?
"Everything from Tom Dixon!" 

  • Post author
    Martha Grace McKimm