Tag Archives: Weddings

More millennial couples are opting to elope

Katrina Clarke | July 3, 2017 | CBC Life Kyle and Sara Locke said “I do” 16,000 kilometres from home on a beach in Bali, surrounded by zero family or friends. It was exactly what they wanted. As millennial brides … Continue reading

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How to unplan your wedding

Katrina Clarke | May 23, 2017 | Toronto Star Ashley Aseltine had the ring on her finger, dress in her closet and “save the date” magnets on friends’ fridges. But seven months before the big day, she didn’t have a … Continue reading

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Israeli same-sex couple in Toronto asks Bunz for wedding help, overwhelmed by support

Katrina Clarke | October 4, 2016 | Toronto Star Two hours before the wedding, plans hit a snag. Einav Morgenstern and Tamar Yahel were set to tie the knot, legally, at city hall when they found out the two friends who … Continue reading

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Restaurants the hot wedding venue for no-nonsense brides and grooms

Katrina Clarke | April 23, 2016 | Toronto Star Lauren Miller likens wedding venues to factories pumping out cookie-cutter nuptials. “You’re like the stock groom and the stock bride,” said Miller, recalling her visits last year to popular Toronto-area banquet … Continue reading

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‘Naked dress’ the latest trend for fashion-forward brides

Katrina Clarke | Jan. 9, 2016 | Toronto Star Sabrina Sgotto sashays toward a bridal shop mirror draped in lace and sheer white tulle. It circles her tiny frame, reveals the silhouette of her legs, plunges in the back and gives … Continue reading

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Women bucking tradition by asking mates to marry them

Katrina Clarke | Nov. 3, 2015 | Toronto Star It’s Valentine’s Day 2015 and two bundled-up snowboarders are about to get engaged. But the scene that unfolds isn’t the typical guy-sweeps-girl-off-her-feet scenario. In fact, it’s the opposite. “What are you … Continue reading

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