This Toronto micro wedding editorial at Archive Studios was one to remember. The design and floral inspiration for this day all started with the desire to work within a monochromatic brown and neutral colour palette. From there, all the elements of this Toronto micro wedding editorial at Archive Studios came together beautifully to create something beyond even what we imagined and will forever live as one of our favourites.

Of course something this beautiful could not have happened without incredible vendors. The tablescape came together with chair rentals from Divine Furniture Rental, tablecloths from BBJ La Tavola, napkins from Special Event Rentals, plates/cutlery from Splendid Settings and the rest from our own inventory. An editorial is not complete without stationery and Wild Muse Weddings delivered an incredible suite. The artistic cake was once again created by our favourite Toronto baker, Nadia and Co, who slayed everything about it. Real life married couple Mariya dolled up by Eryn Shannon and Pierre modeled for us wearing Neta Dover from The Modern Bride and Rw & Co. Archive Studios proved to be the perfect intimate venue and setting we dreamed it was. Lastly, we had the incredible honour of having photographer Daring Wanderer and videographer Dimi Studios to preserve this very special project for us.

We named this editorial Winter Garden because it in essence made us think of a garden with a dusting of snow right after the frost has turned everything brown. With the little details we wanted to bring in the indoor entertaining aspect of that time of year to really pull it together. To achieve this we added a charcuterie board feature and chai expresso martinis. In the end this editorial lived up to its name and we are so excited to share it now.