Monthly Archives: October 2009


BRIDAL BOLERO JACKETS ARE ALL THE RAGE

In case you are not familiar with boleros, they are very short jackets that are cut to just cover the arms and shoulders. They are the perfect accessory for fall and winter weddings in Toronto, providing some much needed warmth in addition to elegance. A bolero jacket can really personalize

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Congratulations Laurie and Ron!

October 20th, 2009The Toronto Wedding Chapel

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THE TOP WEDDING SONGS

Music is a very important part of any wedding. It should reflect your personalities and be appropriate to the style of wedding, the venue, and the guests attending. With so much to choose from, where do you begin to make a list of your preferences, especially for the all important

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Congratulations Andrey and Elena!

October 25th, 2009The Toronto Wedding Chapel

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Congratulations Jenn and Kevin!

September 12th, 2009The Toronto Wedding Chapel

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A DESSERT WEDDING RECEPTION IS A DELICIOUS WAY TO SAVE MONEY

Food can absorb a sizable portion of your wedding budget. Sit down meals, buffets, or food stations are all very expensive. A dessert wedding reception is a delicious alternative. There is one important thing to bear in mind and that is you must let the guests know that you are

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Congratulations Joanna and Stephen!

September 5th, 2009 The Toronto Wedding Chapel

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WHAT SHOULD YOU DO WHEN YOU HAVE OUT OF TOWN GUESTS?

We really do live in a global village and it is quite common for families to be spread out all over the world. If you are lucky enough that your friends and family can bear the expense and take off the time to travel to your wedding there are some

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Congratulations Nicole and John!

September 4th, 2009 The Toronto Wedding Chapel

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YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE SCOTTISH TO HAVE A BAGPIPER AT YOUR WEDDING

In fact, it is believed that the first bagpipe did not come from Scotland, but from ancient Egypt. And, the earliest written references to the bagpipes are found in the ancient Greek and Roman cultures. There are even ancient Roman coins that show Nero playing the bagpipes. Today the Highland

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