Restaurant nuptials bring a unique type of charm, perfectly suited for couples looking for a bit of intimacy. Meet Jordan and Skander, a couple who travelled from Los Angeles to Toronto to make it official with their Cluny Bistro wedding.
Against the backdrop of the historic Distillery District and its quintessential redbrick walls, a close personal friend of the couple presided over the ceremony on a sunny Saturday in early June. After signing the Ketubah (and smashing the glass!), Jordan, Skander and I wandered the area to make use of the classic distillery architecture, and some not-so-classic backdrops (hello, Love sign!).
The couple opted for an intimate afternoon lunch to celebrate their marriage, and, with a guest list of 9 in attendance, they toasted and dined in a private room within the classic French restaurant. Also in attendance was special guest, Tetew (hand-made by the groom’s mother!), a nod to Skander’s early start as a writer. Tetew, along with a collection of memorabilia from the groom’s childhood made for a incredibly sentimental and meaningful gathering full of heartfelt moments and sweet memories.
Looking for more Cluny Bistro Wedding or Distillery District inspiration? Check out Brittany and Ryan’s or Danielle and Francois’ city nuptials.
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