Heba and Phil’s Wedding Day, Metropolitan United Church, Toronto, ON
It’s funny how many wedding customs come from the Victorian Era. Something Old – Something New – Something Borrowed – Something Blue…And a Silver Sixpence in Her Shoe is one. The white dress too as prior to the Victorian Era brides wore green, symbolizing fertility, or simply their best Sunday dress or even black. The custom of taking photos to document the event with the newly introduced George Eastman Kodak’s cameras also dates back to those times.
The amount of planning and detail that went into Heba and Phil’s Victorian wedding was staggering and almost impossible to document completely even in our blog entry which turned to be the biggest ever. From Toronto’s Metropolitan United Church, thru Black Creek Pioneer village and Hazelton Manor this is how the day went on.