A Soft Elegant wedding design in a Modern Industrial setting at Airship37

Christina and Patrick had a glamorous industrial wedding at Airship37.

Laura Olsen Events planned and styled  a bold and creative vision for this lovely couple.

The Toronto wedding had a seamless design aesthetic that extended style and elegance to every detail of the wedding experience.

The high ceilings in the event space allows creative professionals to expand their style in unique ways. The rustic wooden plank was sprinkled with beautiful blooms. This is a signature look that Laura Olsen has created at Airship37 (see New Years Eve wedding)

The beautiful Toronto bride had some precious moments in the Gooderham Lounge with her family and wedding party before walking down the aisle.

The wedding ceremony was in the Hangar room at Airship37 a bright open space with high ceilings and industrial attributes.

When the words “Will you marry me?” are uttered plans are set in motion and genius ideas begin to form.

Guests moved to the Gooderham Lounge for cocktails and joyous celebrating while the Hangar was converted into an elegant reception set-up.

Blush and Bloom Flower Studio created some soft dreamy floral arrangements in whites and blush tones.

The metallic reflective surfaces of the vases and candles amplified the geometric patterns and lovely colour palette.

The raw look of the industrial loft space was perfectly merged with a styled vintage, romantic design .

Airship37 lends itself to dream weddings where couples customize the wedding details of their big day.

Sweet Regards Cakes a custom boutique specializing in luscious cakes and confections made this Sweet and simple white on white cake concept for this beautiful wedding.

The beautiful cake was ornately highlighted with an arch of beautiful blooms.

Love is sweet was a great signature saying for this joyous union.

Event Styling & Planning // Laura Olsen Events

Florals // Blush and Bloom.

Airship37 event venue

Stationery // Minted.

Cake // Sweet Regards by Daniela.

Photography : Paul McNulty

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