Don’t worry brides! In case you missed the 2019 Bridal Brunch that happened last Sunday April 7th, I’ve got you covered! In this blog post, you will find a recap of the event and a list of different vendors that were present at the Toronto Bridal Brunch from caterers, wedding cakes, florists, photo booths; you name it! Special thanks to Sandi from Foodaholic Blog for bringing me along to the event because she knows how much I adore brunch for any occasion!
On Sunday April 7th, Toronto Bridal Brunch gathered the city’s best Wedding vendors at the Globe and Mail Centre for a luxurious bridal show and brunch celebration! Brides to be and their bridesmaids, friends and family arrived at the event looking all glammed up & were treated to an ultimate girl’s day out surrounded by breathtaking views of the city from the Globe and Mail Centre’s 17th floor. Waiting for the guests were French inspired breakfast pastries, an array of vendors and onstage demonstrations showcasing the latest and greatest in trends and products and of course, industry leaders sharing their knowledge and experience to make your special day a magical wedding!
Upon arrival, guests were asked to check in at the registration table where the staff confirmed your phone # and pre-selected brunch time slot. Guests were then free to wander around the event at their leisure and would receive a friendly text when their tables were ready for brunch.
The Marie Brunch Cafe offered 3 different time slots that were presented to guests for selection during the purchase of tickets. Available time slots were 10:45AM, 11:45AM and 12:45PM with the Cafe officially opening at 10:30AM. The brunch was presented by Presidential Gourmet Catering offering guests 1 of 4 brunch options served alongside baked Parisian goods & bottomless mimosas!
Eggs Benedict a la Marie – soft poached eggs, smoked duck bacon, toasted brioche, blood orange hollandaise, frisee salad, radishes
Brulee Souflee Pancakes – Caramelized sugar crust, flambe bourbon cherries, Madagascar Vanilla Chantilly cream
Vegan Sweet Potato Waffle – Smokey braised jackfruit, vegan aioli, heirloom carrot remoulade, crispy brussel sprouts
Modern Nicoise – Black olive dusted tuna, purple potatoes, quail eggs, Kumato tomato, haricots vert, pickled shallots, baby gem lettuce served on a warm mini baguette
By CATALFO – If you’re looking for custom bridesmaid dresses, kimonos, robes – then look no further. Sarah Catalfo will help you & your bridesmaids find that perfect piece.
Espresso Uno – is a specialty mobile beverage caterer that can make espressos, latte w/ latte art, hot chocolates etc. They also offer cold beverages such as iced cappuccino, smoothies & gelato/sorbet
Plate Occasions – Specializes in luxury tabletop rentals. They have a showroom exclusively by appointment.
Roselle & Co – offers lovely tea party rental & china ware such as the ones below. They are based in Toronto and also offer backdrops, balloon garlands, ornate mirrors, chalkboards, easels, card cages & more.
A Parisian Tale – is an experienced team of French Talents. We were luckily enough to have Melyssa Rose (singer and storyteller) perform for us during our brunch. You can check out more of Melyssa & team here
WeddingBells Magazine – is the magazine and your on stop shop resource for all things wedding. They had set up a photobooth during the Toronto Bridal Brunch.
Willow & Stems – entertains your wedding guests with fresh flowers. Willow & Stems show up at your wedding with a flower bar cart and will do on-the-spot flower crown designs. Guests can also choose from hair bands, corsages, boutonnieres and hair combs.
L’OCCITANE – is offering an unforgettable private pampering party for you and your bridesmaids. This includes a 2 hour in store event for 5+ guests. Guests can choose up to 3 luxurious pampering activities including mini-facials, hand massages and fragrance layering!
Royal De Versailles – is a jeweler located in Yorkville that carries unique pieces that suit every style and occasion.
Globe and Mail Centre – The view from the rooftop terrace of The Globe and Mail Centre
That’s it from me guys! Hope you guys find this post helpful & be sure to leave a comment if you have any questions or any other Toronto events you’d like to know about as well! Feel free to also check out my other blog posts of Events happening in Toronto
Written by Grace Yeung
Edited by Eden Yeung
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