Have Your Wedding Cake and a New Kitchen to Eat It In Too - Having the Wedding VS Buying the House

By: Tiffany MacIsaac

Have Your Wedding Cake and a New Kitchen to Eat It In Too - Having the Wedding VS Buying the House

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The hopes and aspirations of Canadians have changed across the generations. Yet, for many couples, getting married and purchasing a home together remain cherished milestones.  The challenge lies in the quest to accomplish both in the same decade.  
Many adoring couples want the experience of proclaiming their vows, in front of family and friends, followed by a celebration with flutes of bubbly and extremely tall cake.  The skyrocketing costs of a traditional wedding, ranging from $20 - $120K, have some love birds thinking twice.  Yes, there is a chance that guests will fill the cards with sufficient cash to pay for the wedding, but that's a gamble.  Some couples are even questioning the integrity of imposing this financial expectation on loved ones.   
Simultaneously, the Canadian housing market remains strong and multiple offers are the norm in sought after neighbourhoods. When home buyers find a home that they love, pre-approved financing will need to be in place.  So the question that often follows "will you marry me?", has become "Do we save to buy our house or splurge on a wedding?"
But what if couples didn't have to choose between a beautiful wedding and a home?  What if a sensible wedding didn't include city hall?  What if partners could have a stunning wedding experience with a company whose logo is "Invest in your marriage, not in your wedding"? 

Long before covid 19 forced weddings to shrink in size, the team at Toronto Creative Events noticed a large gap in the wedding industry. The gap lay between the costly and often stressful traditional wedding and the affordable but mediocre city hall wedding.  While a number of recent pop ups were offering a ceremony, slice of cake and a photo opportunity, none were creating the full wedding experience at an  affordable cost.  
Toronto Micro weddings was born, with a mission to provide couples with the alternative; Toronto Micro Wedding's signature 3 hour luxury micro wedding experience.  Imagine all of the glamour and passion of a fairy tale wedding without the stress and prohibitive costs.  Every couple receives a customized, fully curated wedding, complete with officiant, wedding planner and wedding day event manager for up to 30 guests. Creative spaces are tastefully trimmed with florals, candles and inviting details.  Carefully selected elements reflect the mood and design of the couple's perfect wedding vision.  Local musicians fill the space with music as the photographer captures the first kiss and dad's undeniable tears.  The bubbly starts to flow, canapes are passed and the celebration continues. 
The team are creative event curators dedicated to supporting and creating platforms for emerging & BIPOC artists.  All of the elements of the weddings are designed by local creatives.  Couples booking their weddings with Toronto Micro Weddings are actively supporting the local Arts Community. 

A luxury wedding experience with every element included, starting with planning and invitations and ending with the delicious wedding cake cost only $3999.  Additional guests, longer reception, sit-down dinner are part of a robust upgrade menu that allow as much customization as desired, but couples rest easy knowing that the signature package includes all of the elements necessary to realize their dream wedding.  
Toronto Micro Weddings means having a stunning wedding and home ownership are a realistic goal, thus altering the well used phrase, "Have your wedding cake and a new kitchen to eat it in too".  
Congratulations on your engagement and happy home hunting.
For more information on a luxury all inclusive wedding experience, please visit our website at www.torontomicroweddings.com or follow us on IG @torontomicroweddings

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