Weddings at the Toronto Botanical Garden are always a favourite of ours. The whimsical backdrop of the blooming flowers makes for the perfect atmosphere every time.
On the garden patio a beautiful arch was set where Clement waited for the first glimpse of his bride. While a duo band played as Analise walked towards her groom, guests had huge smiles on their faces and tears in their eyes.
The happy couple opted to have an afternoon wedding and in lieu of a buffet or plated luncheon decided to have the more festive and fun chef-manned stations. The afternoon started off with some light passed hors d’oeuvres to start including lobster rolls, gorgonzola beet shortbread, vanilla rosemary poached pear tartlet and lobster and shrimp dumplings.
As the main food attraction, a mouth-watering Peking Duck crepe station, a suckling pig roast and an exciting built your own mac n’ cheese bar with a plethora of toppings were served – the guests certainly didn’t go away hungry!
As caterers, it doesn’t get better than being involved in an afternoon that was pulsing with pure love. We are so lucky to have worked with such a fantastic couple and wish them nothing but love, laughter and happily ever after!
Photos Provided By: Wolf Photography & Yorkshire Pudding