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“Adler at the Altar” is an innovative wedding editorial that captures modern romance in the urban landscape. This concept celebrates the shift towards smaller, more intimate celebrations, specifically highlighting the charm of utilizing unique spaces such as chic city restaurants. This choice caters to the contemporary couple who desire to move away from the grandeur of conventional banquet halls, seeking a setting that is both personal and stylish. In this editorial, we explored the opportunity for high-quality craftsmanship and bespoke details, which are often unattainable in larger venues. Our inspiration is drawn from the renowned designer Jonathan Adler, known for his avant-garde approach that merges vibrant colors with bold, striking patterns. This influence is reflected through various event elements, particularly in the stunning art installation that gracefully winds its way through the atrium’s glass ceiling, adding a dynamic visual element to the atmosphere. The tablescapes showcase beautiful modern floral arrangements in unconventional vessels, blending elegance with whimsy. Every detail is personalized, from guest name straws to tailor-made menus, each adding a unique touch to the celebration. In a departure from traditional bridal attire, our model styles chic cocktail-style outfits, perfectly embodying the spirit of a modern, trendsetting bride who embraces individuality and style. This editorial is not just about showcasing a wedding setup; it’s about redefining the norms and setting new trends in wedding aesthetics.

Design/ Plan: Gregory Fast 

Venue: Buvette Restaurant and Wine Bar 

Photographer: Lisa Marie Photography 

Videographer: Gauche Wedding Films 

Event Rentals: Special Event Rentals

Floral Karen Marie Designs 

Attire and Jewelry: Joelle's 

Stationary and Print Material: Aykay Group 

Model & Makeup: Diana Peressini 

Hair: Bubbles and Blow Beauty Bar 

Custom Cursive Straws: Krazy Straws 


The Mango social was a fun get together for the Wedding proffesionals community. Mango Studios really is a special place that fosters the growth of its peers, and provides generously its space for others to gather and share ideas and findings.

Decals and photo station: Dance Floor Decor

Videography: Gauche Weddings
Flowers: Opening Night Flowers
Caterer: ProvisionsTO Catering & Events
Tabletop rentals: Plate Occasions
Entertainment: St Royal Entertainment
Sweet table: Butter Avenue
Gin: Dillon’s Small Batch Distillers
Wine: Samuel Quartier
Beer: Steam Whistle Brewing


We had an amazing time celebrating Art, dance, and great food. We can set up anywhere and deliver excellence, even super cool hidden venues under the Gardiner Expressway. This installation was a part of Nuit Blanche and was Created by Maine-based artist duo Striped Canary (Stephen B. Nguyen and Wade Kavanaugh).



Provisions Catering hosted an incredible networking event in the Toronto Jam factory showcasing their best in brunch confections. 

Lead Planner: Mandy McIsaac

Assistant Planner: Alannah Graham
Designer: Lexington & Co.
Caterer: ProvisionsTO Catering & Events
Florist: Floral Fetish
Bar Sponsor: Botanist Gin
Gin: Dillon’s Small Batch Distillers
Rentals: Higgins and Co.



We very much love our friends at Mango Studios. We worked together to create this piece for them for their website to introduce future clients and collogues to the "Mango Method". 


We Love our friend, and community leader Renee Foote. She is the lead planner at Embrace Weddings, and she also has this incredible initiative "The Toronto Bridal Brunch". 

Our partnership with Embrace and with Renee is ongoing and it all started with the Bridal Brunch.


The Globe and Mail Center is one of the best venues in Toronto for hosting special events. We were invited to capture this industry gathering where caterers and planners could spread holiday cheer by serving up delicious samples and cocktails. 

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