This past weekend I had the opportunity to attend the 4th annual Wedluxe Show held at Arcadian in downtown Toronto. The Wedluxe Show offers a luxurious, stylish, and fresh take on the world of wedding shows. It was truly a fairy tale experience where the top of the top and best of Toronto’s wedding industry had a chance to strut their stuff.
This year’s theme was “Written in the Stars”, inspired by the sky and all things celestial. Presented by Wedluxe, Oliver & Bonacini, Hudson’s Bay and Kleinfeld, together they put on a luxurious show spanning across 3 floors including the Arcadian and the 7th floor of Hudson’s Bay where Kleinfeld and the Hudson’s Bay Wedding Registry is located.
Everything in the show was so thoughtfully planned and decorated from the entrance way (above) to the golden aisle that ran through Kleinfeld. All facets of the industry were there, including florists, cake designers, stationers, decorators, videographers and more. Each was a delight in their very own right.
The most unique part of the WedLuxe Wedding Show was the experiential areas. This year’s show included several unique areas of delicious and delightful touch points where guests could indulge themselves.
And to top things off, each of the guests at the Wedluxe Show received a gift bag with worth more than $150 of goodies from the Noir Blanc Gift Bar. It was truely an event filled with a world of luxury.
It was an incredible show and I can’t want to see next year’s event!
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