Something Old, Something New Wedding at Holy Rosary Cathedral and Brix & Mortar

Lindsay and Garett contrasted their history and tradition with modern, romantic elements

Photographer:
Mathias Fast
Ceremony Venue:
Holy Rosary Cathedral
Reception Venue & Catering:
Brix & Mortar
Bride's Dress:
Family heirloom, with redesigned skirt and custom veil by seamstress Renata Zwierzchowski
Bride's Shoes:
Ted Baker London
Bridesmaid Dresses:
BCBG
Groom's Outfit:
Coppley, Eton & Hugo Boss, available at Harry Rosen
Groomsmen Outfits:
Bellissimo, available at Tip Top Tailors
Cake:
Thierry
Favours:
Tasters Oil & Vinegars
Music:
The Mojo Stars
Hair:
Ala Palaszewski
Makeup:
Denise Hull, at Mobile Makeup
Florals:
Crocus Floral Design
Stationery:
Pure Wedding Stationery & Design

When Lindsay and Garett started planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to integrate traditional elements with modern flair. The theme came to life in all aspects of the day, from their ceremony and reception venues, to food and drink, to entertainment and the details in between.

The couple were married at Holy Rosary Cathedral, followed by food, music and celebrations at Brix & Mortar.

The bride wore her mother’s wedding gown; the bottom skirt was redesigned and the veil was custom made by a local seamstress the bride has known for many of years, Renata Zwierzchowski. She paired the 28-year-old gown with a pair of trendy Ted Baker Londer heels. Her bridesmaids wore textured cut-out gowns from BCBG.

Though Lindsay and Garett say they didn’t have a colour scheme in mind, once they started pulling in décor elements, a mix of deep burgundy hues emerged. Alongside red and ivory pops throughout, the setting was romantic and moody.

The couple's wedding song was “At Last” by Etta James, a classic love song that just never gets old. “Our band performed an unforgettable rendition that we’ll forever remember and cherish,” says Lindsay.