A Chic White And Grey Wedding In Montreal

chic grey and white wedding in montreal - bride and groom

Michele and Colin wanted their wedding to be the perfect blend of classic and modern. “We chose a very simple colour scheme of white, grey and hints of gold,” Michele explains. “We appreciated the beauty of simple touches with minimal colours and let our venue speak for itself.”

Although the couple met in New York, they were married in Michele’s hometown of Montreal. The Windsor Station proved to be a magical reception venue, even though that wasn’t where they originally planned to hold their celebration. “Our original venue went on strike, so we had to scramble to find another venue,” Michele explains. “Windsor Station turned out to be even better than we could have ever hoped for.”

One of Michele’s favourite reception details was the mirrored seating chart. “We have to thank Liana, our planner, for the idea,” Michele says. “It was beautiful!”

An unforgettable moment came at the end of the night, when “Bonfire Hearts” by James Blunt played as the final song. “Only our nearest and dearest were left, and to have them singing around us was incredible,” Michele says.

Michele Tabet and Colin Wilhelmson, September 10, 2016, Montreal, Quebec. 

Photography courtesy of George Matvitzis.

Vendors
Ceremony venue: Saint-Viateur of Outremont Church
Reception venue: The Windsor Station
Bridal gown: Pronovias
Bridesmaid dresses: Donna Morgan
Groom’s tux: Me4You
Wedding planner: Liana Casella of Événements Prime Events
Caterer: Olive Orange
Flowers: NDG Florist
Stationery: Papier Confit
Cake: Patisserie Tillemont
Hair and makeup: Caroline Theoret
Favours: Henry Hudson Baking Company
Music: The Montreal Jazz Band, Lynrick Rhymer
Videographer: Ioan Films
Mirror seating chart: Joe’s Prop House
Seating chart decal: The Detailed Diva

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