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Montréal, QC, Canada < change city >



June, 2011 in Montréal

"We had a simple, fun wedding that was true to us, our personalities and style. If I had to do it again, I would start sooner on those "little things" I thought we could leave until the end, like parting gifts.
Please patronize our vendors, they were all outstanding!"


Ceremony: Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours Musée Marguerite Bourgeois
Reception: Restaurant Robin des Bois




Invitations Vendor:

Cards & Pockets

Tempe, AZ, USA

"Best option for cutting costs while producing a beautiful invite. It's simple DIY, for amateurs, trust me!"



6900, rue Saint-Hubert
Montreal, QC, Canada

"Got a cute, short veil here. Unfortunately they only had it in ivory (not white) but I didn't have time to wait for an order."


Sarah Scott

Montréal, QC, Canada

"Fantastic photographer! She has a graphic design eye and gives each shot her unique style. Our guests loved interacting with her!"

Registry Vendor:


"Our guests appreciated the option to give us money using a credit card or Pay Pal. You only lose a small percentage in fees. Advertising on your site makes this free."

Registry Vendor:

The Bay Downtown Montreal

Vancouver, BC, Canada

"Got great service from Enza and found lots of stuff for our registry. Only complaints would be: we often had to wait for someone to acknowledge us at their office and some details were missed (a gift arrived with no notification, for example)."

Reception Venue:

Restaurant Robin des Bois

4653 boul. St. Laurent
Montreal, QC H2T 1R2, Canada

"Our guests raved about the food. The fact that servers are volunteers adds to the fun atmosphere. The staff was wonderful to us!"

Ceremony Venue:

Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours Musée Marguerite Bourgeois

400 rue Saint-Paul Est
Montréal, QC H2Y 1H4, Canada

"I *had* to get this particular chapel for my wedding and did. Note: they usually only marry people who live in the parish or volunteer at the museum, but may make exceptions for regular parishioners. Gotta be persuasive and persistent!"