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A Romantic Wedding In Montreal

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Anne-Marie and Pier-Alexandre’s love story all started at a university football game. “Pier-Alexandre was sitting in front of me, next to a guy I had studied with a few years prior,” explains Anne-Marie. “He barely talked to me until I told his friend how impolite he was. Pier-Alexandre later told me he thought the guy sitting next to me was my boyfriend.”

The couple’s wedding day began with a ceremony at an ornate church followed by a reception at Entrepôts Dominion, which was outfitted with chic Chiavari chairs and gorgeous hydrangea and rose centrepieces. Clusters of white candles gave the room a romantic glow while family photos were strung in garlands along the exposed brick walls.

The divine dessert table, which Anne-Marie says was one of her favourite wedding details, was home to three delectable croquembouche towers and and array of colourful macarons.

“We had planned every detail carefully and filled our wedding with personal touches but we were still amazed by the final result, which really surprised us,” says Anne-Marie. “We also felt blessed to have all our family and friends with us on that day.”

Anne-Marie Piette and Pier-Alexandre Drouin, August 3, 2013, Montreal, Quebec.

Photography courtesy of Sophie Asselin.

Ceremony location: Église St-Jean Baptiste
Reception location:  Entrepôts Dominion
Bridal gown: Galleria Della Sposa
Groom’s tux: Hugo Boss
Flower girl dresses: Made by the mother of the bride
Cake: Pâtisserie Maison Mallet
Catering: Robert Alexis Traiteur
Favours:  ChocoMiro
Hair: Anacletti Coiffure
Makeup: La Maison des Parfums
Flowers: Les Petites Excuses
Stationery: Invitations & Co.

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