Location: Knox College, Toronto, ON

An Elegant Knox College Wedding with Persian & Jewish Love-filled Ceremonies

Rose & Adrian’s Toronto wedding day was a beautiful blend of love, tradition, and modern romance. The day started at Knox College, where the couple had their first look and took romantic portraits around the college and its gardens. The first look was an emotional moment that set the tone for the rest of the day, and the portraits captured the love and excitement that filled the air.

After the first look, Rose and Adrian drove to George Restaurant, where they had two ceremonies – a Jewish ceremony and a Persian ceremony. The Jewish ceremony was intimate and filled with heartfelt vows and traditional rituals, while the Persian ceremony was a vibrant celebration of their love and culture.

The Persian wedding ceremony was a beautiful display of the rich traditions and customs of Persian culture. The bride and groom were dressed in traditional attire, and the ceremony was filled with music, dance, and delicious food. The couple exchanged vows and rings in front of their family and friends, and the ceremony was filled with laughter, tears, and joy.

One of the highlights of the Persian wedding ceremony was the “Sofreh Aghd” – a traditional wedding spread that includes symbols of happiness, prosperity, and good fortune. The spread included items such as a mirror, candles, a henna bowl, and sweets. 

Another beautiful tradition was the “Aroosi” – a sweet table that was filled with an assortment of sweets, fruits, and pastries. The sweet table was a symbol of the sweet life that Rose and Adrian will share together as husband and wife.

In conclusion, Rose & Adrian’s Toronto wedding day was a beautiful celebration of love, tradition, and modern romance. From the emotional first look at Knox College to the intimate Jewish ceremony and the vibrant Persian wedding ceremony, their day was filled with moments that they will cherish for a lifetime. Congratulations to the happy couple!

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