Bowties, treehouses and personalized wedding vows make up today's intimate same-sex wedding shot by Julius and James
. Today's couple, Dale and Viraj, had an indoor/outdoor wedding ceremony and cocktail reception at the beautifully rustic Berkley Field House
. Lucky for us, the groom was more than happy to share his first hand experience when planning the dream fusion soiree:
"The rustic white indoor area had a barn-like feel, representing Dale’s Mennonite background and by adding “pops” of fuchsia and orange with accessories and decor allowed for Viraj’s Indian culture to come through. We setup comfortable lounge style seating choosing sleek modern furniture by CFR Rentals. White patent tufted sofas and benches, Louis Ghost chairs, tables and bar stools created two lounge areas under fuchsia and orange lanterns. There were more lanterns and café lights outside under the white tent and fuchsia and orange saris draping the pergola creating a colorful backdrop for the ceremony and speeches."Julius and James
made me feel like I was at this wedding. From the beautiful images of the décor, the emotions all over the grooms' faces and the sweet ceremony, they really told a story through their pictures! Make sure to check out the photo gallery
for more wedding details.
"The party then moved inside with the start of the food stations. We had such a diverse group of guests so we wanted the food to cater to a variety of tastes. We choose a selection of Hors d'oeuvres to serve before the ceremony and two food stations serving Indian and Mediterranean dishes (both meat and vegetarian).
Our nieces performed an entertaining dance combining Bollywood, bangra and hip hop dance styles. After cake cutting our guests danced the night away. A late night Poutine station kept the party going into the wee hours."
Thank you so much to Julius and James
for submitting Dale and Viraj's wedding, and a big congratulations to the happy couple!
Make sure to visit the photo gallery
from today's wedding to see all the details from this special day.