As I’ve shared with you over the last 3 days, there is a lot to do, taste and see in Montreal. All that’s great if you’re going on your vacation or planning your honeymoon. What if…you want to be married there? While I think there are several amazing wedding planners here in NYC who successfully completed wedding celebrations in Montreal, sometimes it’s the ‘local’ planner or photographer who can show you those little places that only, well a local can.
Today I’m really happy to introduce you to a few that I know from personal experience to be among the best in Montreal. What makes them so special? Professionalism. Quality. Consistent work product. Success rate is key but most of all, happy couples.
Getting married in Montreal Merci Canada! You allow two people wishing to make a public commitment to live together may form a civil marriage, whether they are of the same or the opposite sex. To read all the requirements, for all applications to get married please click here.
Please, don’t think you can do it alone. These vendors are more than happy to help you make your wedding day special.
Bluedogz Design – Stationery – Nadine Lerner – @bluedogzdesign
At Home with Kim Vallee – Stylish living with a beautiful wedding selection – Kim Vallee – @KimVallee
‘I shoot people’ – Photographer – Carrie MacPherson – @ccmacpherson
Maddy K – Wedding planning – MaddyK – @MaddyKAtelier
That Sky Blue Letterpress Eco-Stationery – Ana Deque & Litsa Babalis
Vendors for lovely and unique gifts and wedding registry:
Annie Michaud – Hand blown glass/house wear and beautiful trinkets for your bridal party and guests.
Lin & Coton – Soft linen and bedding. Simply lovely shop – 4008, rue St-Denis (also 4932, rue Sherbrook ouest) 413.843.9419
Kusmi salon has teas from around the world and their tins are totally cool lace to stop and have a cup after a day of shopping.
Clever Cupcakes are the amazing treat. My only advice, order them early with a few extra – they are that good!
Aqueovo – This is the sexiest bottle of water ever! A wonderful wedding gift
Just like every major city, here are a few events that may cause a ‘rise in hotel price or availability’. My wonderful friends at the Montreal Tourism bureau are the best source to keep you up to date as you plan your wedding.
A small selection of events for the rest of 2010
Cirque du Soleil – Now until July 11, 2010 This is an all new production coming to life under the yellow and blue big top on the Quays of the Old Port.
Montréal Jazz Festival – I can’t imagine a better time to hear your favorite Jazz artists. June 25 to July 6, 2010
I hope you enjoyed my little ‘trip through Canada’. I know I had a blast when I was there and look forward to attending their wedding workshop in the fall. If you have a favorite wedding vendor, let me know about them. Until then, vous remercier Montréal et à tous les couples a une grande aventure de noce. Au revoir!
Thank you Montreal and to all the couples, have a great wedding adventure. Bye!