The bride has an infections smile and laugh. The groom is an artist and DIY pro who designed and freehand created almost all of the wedding decor. Together, they’re a selfless couple that gave their time and talents every day to help others.
It was no surprise then that they chose one of Toronto’s most hidden away small wedding venues – tucked between busy Queen Street and the Grange Park area behind the AGO. St. George the Martyr Church was filled with vintage florals, linens, and babies breath. Their family style BBQ reception was filled with toast and speeches from their friends and loved ones.
Because of their involvement in the L’ARCHE community, Hannah and Matt opened their wedding o making sure their community friends were included in all parts f the day, from the interpretive dance at their wedding ceremony, to leading out dancing to “The Hustle”
Hannah and Matt asked several of their LARCH community family to do an interpretive dance to poetry during their ceremony.
After the vows, Hannah and Matt showed their devotion by washing each other’s feet at the altar.
St. George the Martyr borders along Grange Park, just behind the AGO. We started wedding party photos first, and then wandered down alleyways right across from the church.
Loved this impromptu version of ” I Want to Grow Old With You” from the movie The Wedding Singer.
xx’s and oo’s