Lindsay & Anthony's wedding was the epitome of intimate & timeless.

Before enjoying an eight course dinner prepared by a private chef in her childhood backyard, the couple & their 6 guests had a Catholic ceremony & service at Knox United Church, uniting the two families through marriage.

The bride & her mother arrived together to the ceremony in a vintage car , while the bride wore a custom made & vintage inspired ballgown by English designer House of Mooshki – could this be anymore of a statement in timeless & traditional weddings? The reception was later held in the mother of the bride’s backyard, where the Bride shared many childhood memories, and a clear tent was installed to create the celebratory & refined setting. Lindsey & Anthony’s day was full of handmade and carefully curated details – From the hand painted wedding cake to match their grandmother’s Mikado china, which was used to serve the 8 course pescatarian meal, to the calligraphy menus and ceremony programs for every one of the six dearly valued guests.

Reflecting on the design process, Julianne adds, “The time spent exploring vintage shops and curating high quality decor for this wedding made it one of the most fun events to design. Every piece was meaningful and carefully considered to create something one-of-a-kind for this family”.

Design & Production: Julianne Young Weddings | Photography: Sarah Vaughan Photography | Florals: Amborella Floral Studio | Linens: Bella Linens | Antique furniture: Dasan Interiors | Rentals: Gathered Table Supply Co.  & Special Event Rentals | Calligraphy & Paper Goods: Art and Alexander | Cake & Desserts: Pretty Sweet YYC | Caterer: Urbane Culinary