Monthly Archives: March 2009


Congratulations Sara and Philippe!

Hi Katherine, You know, it’s a shame that you’re only supposed to get married once, because we had such a great time at our wedding, that we’d love to do it again. We wanted to thank you for helping us make the day so memorable. We both had a great

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HOW TO CHOOSE AN ENGAGEMENT RING

Most people love to look at diamonds, but how much do we really know about them? Considering how much they cost we should know what we are getting into before taking the plunge. Here is a primer on diamonds. The diamond grading system is referred to as the 4Cs –

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Congratulations Lenis and Beahsad!

March 14th, 2009The Toronto Wedding Chapel

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DID YOU KNOW THAT A WEDDING GOWN COULD HELP CHILDREN WITH CANCER?

The Brides’ Project is a bridal boutique with a difference and that difference is heart. They carry a vast selection of new and donated bridal gowns and sell them at a fraction of their original cost. The gowns are donated by brides and corporate sponsors, making this a great shop

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TIPS ON WEDDING ETIQUETTE

Although times change, traditions and good manners never go out of style and that is really all that etiquette is. Here are some tips on wedding etiquette for brides, grooms, and wedding guests that may answer some questions that you’ve been wondering about. Wedding Gifts: Do not put cash only

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Congratulations Stacee and Patryk!

December 6th, 2008The Toronto Wedding Chapel

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WHO PAYS FOR WHAT AT A WEDDING?

In the old days when brides and grooms were both young and living at home, there was quite a strict protocol about who paid for what at a wedding and rarely was there any deviation. Of course this has all changed with couples marrying later in life, marrying multiple times,

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Congratulations Jeny Lind and Patrick!

August 22nd, 2008The Toronto Wedding Chapel

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SHARE YOUR WEDDING WITH FRIENDS & FAMILY ALL OVER THE WORLD!

The Toronto Wedding Chapel is delighted to announce that we are now offering live webcasting for wedding ceremonies. For those of you who may be unfamiliar with the term, webcasting is a live video signal (video streaming) in real time sent over the Internet. What this means in “real people

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AVOID WEDDING INVITATION BLUNDERS

There is an etiquette to wedding invitations. Following these helpful tips will help you to avoid potentially embarrassing mistakes and/or inadvertently insulting one of your guests. Should I send my guest and his/her unmarried partner or roommate a single invitation or individual invitations? If your guest is engaged or living

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