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The story of how Ivy and Andrew met sounds like it could be from a movie. Doctor Andrew met Nurse Ivy while they were both working at Mount Sinai Hospital. Although they both had busy lifestyles, for them, falling in love took no time at all.

Ivy and Andrew’s wedding and reception had a certain air of English aesthetic to it. Perhaps it’s because Ivy was born and raised in Hong Kong while it was still under British rule, she has a particular affection for Victorian style.

They chose the magnificent King Edward Hotel to prepare for the wedding, while the actual ceremony was held at Casa Loma with its ornate walls and enormous windows. Taking full advantage of being at Casa Loma, an outdoor photoshoot was held in the gardens.

Although it was one of the hottest days in 2015, the couple did not even complain once! The reception was hosted at the King Edward Hotel in the freshly renovated Vanity Fair Ballroom, which was decorated with a wonderful pastel pink that harmonized perfectly with the warm creams and champagne tones.

It was an incredible party and it’s no surprise that the bridal party (that consisted of all doctors and nurses) especially took the celebration as an opportunity to let loose and have some fun.

Florist: Fête Boutique Floral + Events
Day of Coordination: Devoted to You Inc.
Wedding Officiant: Enduring Promises


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Vaida and Andrew are an urban couple who had their first encounter at their local Sobey’s, situated at the bottom of their condo. They wanted their wedding photographs to be taken in the same place as where they met, to capture the “urban freshness”.

Vaida herself is also a professional photographer who specializes in wedding and family. It is such a pleasure and also extremely flattering to be hired by another professional in the same field. Being a photographer herself, Vaida is amazingly fluid with her posing, knowing exactly what the camera wants.

In the morning before the wedding, Andrew picked some wild lilacs so that Vaida could make her own bouquet using her favourite flower. The lilacs matched wonderfully with the wedding’s colour theme, which was a beautiful soft lavender. Vaida and Andrew included a couple of their adorable pets in the wedding with one even being a ring bearer!

The wedding and the reception were held at the Stratus restaurant, located in the south TD Tower in Toronto. It was a very intimate celebration with incredible food and a fantastic view of the city from the 36th floor.

Curio Studios appreciate that they have chosen us to document this milestone in their life – thank you!


















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