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FROM LEAH: Adam and I are hope­less ro­man­tics who don’t like to over-com­pli­cate

things or sweat the small stuff. So when it came to our wed­ding, all we knew was that we wanted it to re­flect warmth, love and time­less ro­mance. We chose a sim­ple, clean colour pal­ette of soft cham­pag­ne­taupe, white and greens with slight ac­cents

of coral, peach and caramel. We also mixed greys into the ac­cent decor for a soft but mas­cu­line bal­ance to the fem­i­nine tones in the din­ing space. The beau­ti­ful chan­de­lier that hung from a tree over the spot where we were mar­ried served as the

per­fect ac­cent. It pro­vided that ex­tra bit of el­e­gance dur­ing our cer­e­mony while the sun was out, and a ro­man­tic glow un­der the night sky. One of the most spe­cial high­lights of the night was when my maid of hon­our and best friend of 30 years sur­prised us with the gift of a life­time. Dur­ing our cock­tail hour, she in­tro­duced us to Paul Dol­gov, who was there to paint our wed­ding. The re­sult was a gor­geous one-of-a-kind acrylic paint­ing of our first dance. It is a piece of art that cap­tures the day per­fectly and we will cher­ish it for the rest of our lives.

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