How To Make Your Ceremony-Only Event An Unforgettable One

Weddingbells feature by Natalie Ho, Director of Event Sales, Oliver & Bonacini Hospitality

Intimate wedding ceremony set up on the rooftop at Malaparte in Toronto

Venue: Malaparte | Planner: A Blush Moment | Photographer: Rhythm Photography |
Florist: Peachwood Floral | Décor: Peachwood Events


As we continue through the first half of this year, with many provinces still in some form of lockdown, you may be starting to think of tying the knot anyway and picking up your plans again when you know there’s nothing but green lights. You’re not alone! Just because you are having a ceremony-only event this year, doesn’t mean it can’t be as magical as your wedding reception would have been.

So how do you make your ceremony memorable? Personalization is key to ensuring the moment is a reflection of you and your partner. Head on over to Weddingbells to read more about how to make your ceremony-only event an unforgettable one.

– Natalie Ho, Director of Event Sales, Oliver & Bonacini Hospitality

Natalie Ho has worked in the hospitality industry for over 16 years and has personally planned 350+ weddings and momentous events. Both creative and business-minded, Natalie is dedicated to growing her events business in out-of-the-box ways.