Wedding: Amy & Cheryl

Being dubbed ‘The Sparkley’s” is Amy and Cheryl in a nutshell. From the moment we spoke I knew these two were special. The nickname comes from combining their last names and it couldn’t have worked out better.
Their wedding was just as exceptional as they are. An intimate day at a legendary location in Toronto, Ontario. Enoch Turner School house has been around since the 1800′s and has is an important part of Toronto’s history. It’s not just a cute wedding venue. It’s one of the city’s oldest buildings and has been used as a school, parish hall, war recruitment center and a soup kitchen. Who wouldn’t want to add their own piece of history to such a building. As friends and family looked on, these two beautiful women tied the knot.
In keeping with the theme of the little school house, Amy and Cheryl added the old origami fortune teller as their itinerary and menu cards, chalkboards labelled with school clubs and groups, and added lined paper (typed with a typewriter) that asked guests for advice. And yes…there was a No. 2 pencil to go along with it!

 

Event Credits

Catering: www.herreras.caFlorist: www.lancasterflowers.caLocation: Enoch Turner School House, Toronto, OntarioPhotography: www.jenshortphotography.comVenue: www.enochturnerschoolhouse.ca
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  1. Posted Tue, Dec 10, 2013 at 9:02 pm | Permalink

    HEY! This is *my* wedding on my favourite website! So COOL!

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