Good day to you! Thanks for stopping by my blog! Today's feature is on an elegant wedding I covered back at the tail end of January. Due to client privacy I can only share images of details from this wedding, but as usual the brides who go with KGP always have great taste ;P, and so the details are worth a blog post! A little about the wedding; This wedding took place at the Royal King Banquet Hall in the West end of Toronto. The bride who is of Somali heritage had two entrances. The first was in the traditional Somali clothing called a Guntiino which is a yellow fabric with red stripes that is tied around the bride's shoulder and draped across her waist in an elaborate fashion. For the second entrance the bride wore what I think was quite possibly the most beautiful wedding dress I have ever seen! It fit her so perfectly, MashAllah! She also was styling a black henna design that complemented and added to the beauty of the bride's wedding dress. It was truly a pleasure to cover this beautiful wedding and I wish the married couple a wonderful married life InshAllah.
I also have to give kudos to the ladies at MandZ Event planning who were the event planners at this wedding! If you are looking for some help to plan your summer wedding these ladies are fabulous. Remember I am having a promotion where you can get free event planning services up until the end of this month if you book your 2017 summer wedding with me! *terms and conditions apply*.
Event Planners: MandZ Events
Venue: Royal King Banquet Hall
Decor: Babylon Decor
Bride and Bridesmaids' Bouquets: Zuhoor Designs
Bride's Make-Up: Neo's Beauty