A galaxy themed tiny zoo wedding with tons of DIY

Our wedding was a mix of us wanting to keep it below a very certain budget and wanting to make it the most fun we could. The theme was sci-fi and we had fun with it. For starters, all of our centerpieces were hand-made by us, each being a scene from a TV show or movie we loved. These included Doctor Who, 2001 A Space Odyssey, Fifth Element, Star Wars, Star Trek, and Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. We also hid some dragons and unicorns in there as a reference to our favorite fantasy animals.


A colorful & joyful art gallery wedding (with a caricature artist and groom-made bouquet!)

Our theme was creative cocktail — we wanted lots of people to wear prints and colours to match the ceremony and reception setting of art gallery. We had a hired cartoonist to do portraits and we invited ceremony-only attendees for a cocktail hour with grazing table. Scott actually made my bouquet on the day, something slightly stressful but with a beautiful end result: a king protea surrounded by gum blossom and sea-holly for texture. Oh, and I also wore a bright red dress to symbolise my Chinese heritage.


Throwback style and sweet moments all over this vintage eclectic wedding

Amy and Camilla took their vintage style and ran with it by incorporating it in their killer outfits and placecards (vintage photos!). Their friend officiated in drag(!), they got shoe tattoos instead of exchanging rings, and also gave out temporary tattoos as favors. The venue was ideal for them with its eclectic style of antique frames, glassware, furniture, and the glow of tons of twinkle lights.

Don't miss their pink and mint dresses (the pink dress was made by Amy's mom!), their fabulous retro hairstyles, and fun trivia game…


Get lost in the greenery at this herbal garden wedding (and see how they scored the perfect disability-friendly venue!)

This herbal garden wedding in Toronto was light, airy, and full of garden whimsy. We're talking real herbs, greenery-covered cookies and cakes, and tons of green and purple details that popped in their lovely venue, Boil King. The venue in particular was a win for the couple, Christie and Matt, since they needed it to accommodate people with various disabilities including four wheelchairs. Not an easy task! But the deed was done and it was done beautifully.

Don't miss the purple ombre cake at this fab herbal garden wedding in Toronto…