A Shabby-Chic Wedding In Sutton, Quebec

A Shabby Chic Wedding in Rural Quebec - Bride and Groom

Benoit and Giselle first met at a music festival in Toronto. “We literally bumped into each other, he asked for my number and we went on a date. After our first date we hit it off immediately and the rest is history,” Giselle explains.

For their wedding, the couple chose the Domaine Tomali-Maniatyn, overlooking the picturesque Eastern Townships, as their venue to complement their rustic theme. “We held our ceremony outdoors and set up a tent for the reception. The entire theme was shabby-chic, which we showcased in the decor, from the Mason jars to the hanging paper lanterns. Benoit’s parents even crafted a special wedding arch for us made of beautiful branches and loose flowers,” says Giselle.

Of all the special moments throughout the day, the couple agrees that seeing each other for the first time was definitely the best part. “Walking down the aisle and seeing Benoit waiting for me at the arch was the perfect start to an incredible day,” says Giselle.

Giselle Dalka and Benoit Boulanger, September 19, 2015, Sutton, Quebec.

Photography courtesy of Chad Munro.

Ceremony and reception venue: Le Domaine Tomali-Maniatyn
Bridal gown: Rivini
Furniture rental: Joe’s Prop House
Music: Divertissement Party Time
Officiant: Pascale Charbonneau