High Tea Weddings At The Fairmont Royal York

Its not to often we are guests at the weddings we design, but on a beautiful day in May, we were able to witness our dear friends Erika and Ryan express their commitment to each other. Most in the industry will know Erika and Ryan for their award winning photography skills and their creative firm Rowell Photography. Over the years we have shared many mutual clients and have grown to really enjoy each others company. When Erika shared with me her vintage inspired vision for her wedding at the Toronto historical land mark, The Royal York,  I was immediately excited to create some interesting and artistic floral pieces and accents. The High Tea reception was a wonderful way to celebrate and we were thrilled to share this time together. The decor was simple but creative.  French provincial chest of drawers bursting with spring flowers were the focal point for the ceremony. Random collections of vintage glassware and groupings of flowers lined the reception table. Tall tapered candles added romance from another era. It was a beautiful afternoon and we were not only honoured to do the flowers and decor but also to celebrate with the new bride and groom! To see what Erika and Ryan had to say about us check them out in our Stylish Couples File!

Photographers: Rowell Photography (details and portraits) & Richard Roth of Roth Photo  (ceremony, speeches and family portraits)

Cinematography by: Paul & Melanie Darlington of Darlington Studios

Decor and Floral Design/ boutonnieres & bouquet: Rachel A. Clingen Wedding & Event Design

Draping by David Clingen of : Eventure Design

Cupcakes: Savera Hashmi of Pretty Sweet Cakes

Invitations & place cards hand made by: Rowell Photography/ Artwork by: Alana Rowell

Venue: Fairmont Royal York Hotel

For fabulous flowers, beautiful decor and stylish design, in the Toronto, Muskoka and Niagara regions visit us at www.rachelaclingen.com




3 thoughts on “High Tea Weddings At The Fairmont Royal York

  1. These photos are gorgeous, but I wouldn’t expect anything less from Ryan and Erika. Great photographers who I am a fan of behind and in front of the camera.

  2. Pingback: 10 Steal-Worthy Flower Arrangements For Your Wedding Ceremony

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