They say it takes a village to raise a child, and sometimes it takes just that to execute a wedding.  We were thrilled to be one of the first events in the new downstairs area at 333, and thank Kaylah Key for all of her help and guidance as we learned the ins and outs of the new space.  A huge thank you to Stacey at The Wildflower, with help from GLOSS, POSH, Ducky Bob’s and BBJ Linen, who pulled together a stunning pink, silver and dove gray “understated elegance” statement that was a perfect match for our sweet, elegant and always poised bride.  Absolute Lighting truly outdid themselves with their attention to detail as their lighting finished out the statement to a ‘T’ and took the guests breath away as they entered.  The details continued with beautiful escort cards, station cards and table numbers from the very talented Nicole, The Left Handed Calligrapher.  Elena’s Cakes were certainly as beautiful as yummy, with the groom’s Harry Potter cake being everything he dreamed of and more, especially since the chocolate eyeglasses actually fit him and he was able to wear while cutting his cake!  CN Catering’s scrumtious food was a hit.  And a huge applause for CUVEE!  As our lovely Mother of the Bride put it, “I swear every guest asked me where we found them.  No one could believe how amazing they were.”  And of course, having our friend Julian Leaver of the Rosewood Crescent Hotel as a groomsman and brother of the groom was just icing on the cake.  Here are some shots we took Saturday evening, and look forward to the ones from the pros, our new friends at Lauren Larsen Photography and Andrew Hudson Videography.    Cheers to Laura and Bryan and Congratulations!

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