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Elegant Wedding at St. James Theatre in Montreal, Quebec

A Taste of Elegance is a unique editorial planned and designed by Fino Events, featuring some of the most sought after wedding vendors at the prestigious St. James Theatre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.


The editorial was featured in 3 print issues of British Vogue Magazine, starting with September 2023 - the biggest fashion issue of the year! It also got featured by Wedding Chicks, a well known wedding blog,

A Taste of Elegance was planned and designed by Nicoletta from Fino Events, which drew inspiration from the planner’s European roots and bespoke planning that are both elegant and timeless. Nicoletta is renowned for "demonstrating her prowess in crafting an experience that marries luxury and European inspiration" - Today's Bride Magazine.

Located at the prestigious St. James Theatre in Old Port Montreal, this unique editorial set the tone for a romantic wedding throughout the architectural beauty and charm of the venue.

Elegance can carry with it many different meanings, but it is often the smallest details that make the biggest impact. Pairing the artistic forms of photography and cinematography, Cremeux Photo and Fleur Sauvage exquisitely captured equal parts of movement, texture and sound to captivate and inspire.

The focus on elegance and romance was depicted throughout all the intricate details - from the luscious mix of garden roses and fresh lisianthus curated by Asher Fleurs, to the custom ‘his’ and ‘her’ vow books with edgeless wax seals by Deux Amoureux Invitations.

By tying in subtle European inspiration, the venue’s architectural beauty was paired with a Victorian-inspired lounge area by Group ABP. Each furniture piece spoke to the romantic setting with a linen baron loveseat, a beige Bahama carpet and an Elizabeth gold mirror that reflected the couples love and chemistry.

A wedding venue provides guests with a first impression for the evening, as the charm begins with an alluring design. However, it is truly upheld by captivating entertainment. This was illuminated by the classical repertoire played by Collectif de la Cité, whose quartet ensemble effortlessly serenated the crowd with their beautiful renditions.


The couples attire also provided a glamorous twist on first impressions, with vogue-esque attire for both the bride and groom. This included an exquisite Ella gown by Montreal’s very own Sarah Alouache Bridal, paired with a modern twist on wedding attire with the Katherine dress by Milla Nova – both from Chateau Nadia.

To complete the vision, the groom was equally dressed in style with a classic slim black tux tailored by Blandin & Delloye, coupled with a European cut navy suit. These outfits serve as the perfect inspiration for couples that want to change up their look for their reception, while keeping the attire classy and timeless.

To compliment the glamour of the shoot, the couple wore custom jewelry by Loft Bijoux including Perolado earrings with freshwater baroque pearls in white gold and a dazzling starry night diamond ring and white gold bands. While in the exquisite Katherine gown, the bride also wore an exquisite Onirique ring with purple spinel, tourmalines and diamonds.

The couple was pampered by the ever so talented Joël Gagné Croiffeur and Make-up by Vangie. The best looks are the ones that truly reflect ones natural beauty, and these artists did just that by accentuating the brides luscious curls and Dominican beauty with soft glam, a golden glow and glossy lips. The thought of getting pampered on the wedding day is common for brides, but the groom also indulged in the grooming experience to look and feel their best.

Featured Vendors

• Planning & Design: @finoevents

• Photography: @cremeuxphoto

• Videography: @fleursauvagefilms

• Venue: @theatrestjames

• Musicians: @collectifdelacite

• Dress Designer & Bridal Shop: @chateau.nadia @sarahalouachebridal

• Jewelry: @loft.bijoux

• Make-up: @makeupbyvangi

• Florist: @asherfleurs

• Lounge Furniture: @groupeabp

• Stationery: @deuxamoureuxinvitations


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