, , , , , , , ,

We flew to Toronto last weekend to celebrate my sister’s recent engagement. She organized a lovely brunch at Archeo in the historic distillery district to bring together close family for the occasion.

We started with a champagne toast and some quick speeches from the husband and wife to-be.

Four beautiful, short centerpieces were placed along the tables. She chose delicate colours like lilac, pinks and whites in seasonal flowers. As a fun and delicious place card, macarons matching the centerpieces were placed on each plate.

Because Archeo is located in the distillery district, it is outfitted with original exposed brick and wood beams finishes. It had an authentic, rustic feel but was warmed up through lighting and modern design elements. Archeo is connected to its sister restaurant The Boiler House where the brunch was served. The two story tall bar and open concept were beautiful.

The food was fantastic but I was too busy eating to take pics. Can you believe that? Me being too busy to take pictures?! Standouts were definitely the custard tart and chocolate mousse desserts.

All in all, it was a perfect afternoon. Lots of laughs and love in the room.

Pre England vs Italy match

Our family’s newest edition- Jaslyn was less than a week old!

All of the ladies… plus Marcus!

The boys

Congratulations to the beautiful couple. I am so excited for you both.