Bright Multi-Cultural Toronto Wedding With Adorable Doggy Details
BY The WMG Bride | 04 Feb, 2016
One of the cutest things we saw just as soon as we downloaded the pictures on this cute wedding - the super cute dog who was such an integral part of the wedding. The Toronto wedding was colourful and classic - but what makes it note-worthy is the way in which the couple created their own little space between these multi-cultural influences - the bride is Punjabi and the groom, a Malayali. All those little moments were expertly captured by Mango Studios.
Meet Kanika Kasal
From The Bride:
"North meets South in this wedding - me being Punjabi and her husband is from Kerala, the wedding favours were Tea/Coffee to reflect both our heritages. We had two ceremonies - a Hindu one and a Christian one, where I wore a pure Kanjivaram silk sari with a 24K gold peacock set that were both gifts from her mother in law from Kerala," she says.
"The Hindu ceremony was inspired by the Mughal theme, that incorporated autumn colours because the wedding was in fall in Toronto. The entire bridal party and florals were in maroon/burnt orange to incorporate the autumn colours. We also had a pure jasmine and marigold mandap and being in Canada, all the florals were flown in from Sri Lanka. The best bit though was our dog, Janaab. He is a Bernese Mountain Dog and was a part of the whole wedding," added Kanika.
Vendors: Photographer: Mango Studios |Makeup Artist: Jayni Chana Beauty Box |Venue: Wedding at Windsor Arms Hotel; Reception at Design Exchange (the former Toronto Stock Exchange) |Catering: The Host Fine Indian Cuisine |Wedding Planner : Love Knots Events | Decorator: Lets Party | Dog Attendant Services: Leash & Paws| Bridal wear: Kanjivaram Sari from Kerala , Mehendi Anarkali by Manish Arora , Gold Lehenga from Anarkali Delhi| Shoes: Wedding shoes by Manolo Blahnik; Reception shoes by Jimmy Choo | Jewellery: Reception jewellery by Tanishq |Groom Wear: The London Bespoke Club |Watch: Cartier