Rachel and Zvi’s wedding was a very symbolic affair.
In addition to a family heirloom ring, Rachel wore her paternal grandmother’s brooches, a fur stole and white gloves.
The chuppah, a traditional Jewish wedding canopy was one of the most special elements of the wedding for the couple. The lace had been hand-made by brides great-great-grandmother for her grandmother Gwen’s wedding.
Saying their vows under this piece of family history must have been magical!
Friends and family recited their own Seven Blessings during the Jewish-themed wedding ceremony.
We thank Emma from barebonephoto for sharing this very meaningful and incredibly lovely wedding day!
Photographer: barebonephoto, Toronto, Ontario
Reception Venue: Enoch Turner Schoolhouse, Toronto, Ontario
Dress Store: The Brides Project
Shoes: Fluevog Shoes
Makeup: Katie Huang
Men’s Apparel: Garrison Bespoke
Caterer: 10tation Event Catering
Floral Designer: eco|stems