An Intimate, Vintage Wedding in Toronto - Bride and Groom




Paul proposed to Beth on their second annual camping trip in Haliburton. “We took a hike to a nearby look-out, and as we looked at the beautiful view, Paul read Walt Whitman’s poem “Song of the Open Road.” I could feel his heart beating faster and knew something big was going to happen. After he read the poem, he got down on one knee and asked me to marry him. I immediately said yes!” Beth says.

For their wedding, the couple chose a vibrant English garden theme. “My starting point was collecting vintage milk glass vases. My mom and sister searched local thrift stores for different shapes and sizes—we could not get enough milk glass!” Beth explains. “I wanted multiple single

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