Bo Yon + Dennis – Wedding at Trinity Chapel and the Four Seasons Hotel, Toronto

There has never been a wedding so laid back, so unconventional yet so perfect! The orchestra played in the Trinity Chapel and Truffles at the Four Seasons was the lunch venue for the party of 90. The guests were treated to a p’ye baek, a traditional Korean wedding ceremony usually a private family affair hosted by the grooms family. Here the bride offers dates and chestnuts (symbols of children) to the groom’s parents, while sitting at a low table filled with other symbolic offerings. The parents offer sake in return, and as a final gesture they throw the dates and chestnuts at the bride, who tries to catch them in her large wedding skirt.

There has never been a wedding so laid back, so unconventional yet so perfect! The orchestra played in the Trinity Chapel and Truffles at the Four Seasons was the lunch venue for the party of 90. The guests were treated to a p’ye baek, a traditional Korean wedding ceremony usually a private family affair hosted by the grooms family. Here the bride offers dates and chestnuts (symbols of children) to the groom’s parents, while sitting at a low table filled with other symbolic offerings. The parents offer sake in return, and as a final gesture they throw the dates and chestnuts at the bride, who tries to catch them in her large wedding skirt. Finally, forty of the couple’s closest friends gathered for a classy intimate dinner at George Restaurant downtown.

None of the day’s events resembled that of a typical wedding…Yes, there was the church, the white dress and the cake but everything else that would have appeared to be missing was what made this wedding so incredibly beautiful and easily enjoyable.

Much appreciation,

D&A

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