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Nanki & Doug: Part Two.

Photography by T.H. Jackson Huang and Alex Jardine
Event Design and Planning: Melissa Haggerty & Gabi Armenia, Spectacular Spectacular
Floral Design: Gisele Sterling, Nous Design Group
Lighting and A/V: Firedog Creative
Stationery: Palettera Custom Correspondences
Venue: Evergreen Brickworks
Entertainment: The Collective
Late-night Catering: Jacked-Up Coffee, Andrew’s Hot-Dogs, Pizza 700 Settecento, Sweet Sammies, Augie’s Ice-Pops.
Cinematography: Corinne McDonald Films

By the afternoon of August 6th, 2016, Nanki and Doug’s spirits were high. They’d been married for whole hours now. Formal obligations were out of the way, and the fun could commence.

Donning eveningwear, the couple wandered the back paths at the Evergreen Brickworks, chased by cameras. Friends and family arrived and were awed by the spectacle put on in their honour. It was they who had supported Nanki and Doug throughout their lives, and this party would be a celebration not just of the love between them, but of the love given by those around them.


Nanki & Doug: Part One.

Photography by T.H. Jackson Huang and Alex Jardine
Event Design and Planning: Melissa Haggerty and Gabi Armenia, Spectacular Spectacular
Floral Design: Gisele Sterling, Nous Design Group
Venue: The Fairmont Royal York Hotel
Stationery: Palettera Custom Correspondences

On the morning of August 6th, 2016 before the sun broke the horizon, Nanki woke. There was makeup to apply, hair to style, jewels to wear. An heirloom was passed from mother to daughter. Nanki’s family home bustled with activity — after almost a year of preparation, anticipation, there was a wedding to attend. Nanki’s own.

Downtown, Doug waited, patiently, as Nanki’s cousins coaxed a wild sheet of saffron fabric into a turban on his head. A white stallion chuffed and clopped on Front Street. Doug mounted, drums beat, brass horns blared, friends cheered and danced and spun. Nanki, excited, watched the Baraat from a window on the 9th floor.

Garlands were draped around necks, new brothers hugged. Two fathers, proud, shook hands. Two families, formally introduced, became one.

On a plush white carpet beneath crystal chandeliers, families and friends sat. Prayers were sung, rings exchanged and blessings offered as the joyous business concluded. Nanki and Doug were wed.

Newlyweds bubbled out into the streets of their city, giggling, and posing for photos. They strolled, hand in hand, enjoying the sun. They danced beneath the sign of her Father’s office, and soon, not wanting to be away too long, they returned to the arms of their families. With formalities completed, documents signed and laws appeased . . . it was time to party. Watch for that to come in Part Two.


In Full Bloom: A Wedluxe Editorial.

Photography by T.H. Jackson HuangWedluxe WS2017
Photography Assistant: Alex Jardine
Digital Technician: Yumiko Miyamoto
Creative Producers and Prop Stylists: Sara Sull and Mallory Cheung, August in Bloom
Makeup: Victoria Radford
Hair: Niki Flynn
Hair and Makeup Assistant: Taylor Downes
Art Director: Rebekah Cuff
Wardrobe Stylist: Elizabeth Clark
Production Assistants: Keara Konstantakos, Lindsay Cooper
Gowns: Inbal Dror courtesy of White Toronto; Naeem Khan; Catherine Langlois; Sabrina Dahan;
Floral Designs: Rachel A. Clingen Wedding and Event Design; Ooh La La Designs; The Social Rose; D&D Floral Designs Inc.
Shoes, Jewelry & Accessories: Royal De Versailles; Keren Wolf courtesy of White Toronto; JJBückar; !Xam Diamonds; Carole Tanenbaum Vintage Collection; Mokuba; Alan Anderson; Ted Baker.
Mirrored Floor & Furniture: Luxe Modern Rentals Inc.
Wallpapers: De Gournay; Amanda Hamilton for Rollout.
Stationery: Cadence Design House; So Pretty in Print; Anista Designs; Paper & Poste.
Cakes & Sweets: Succulent Chocolates and Sweets; Nadia & Co; Sweet Philosophy; Roq Dessert Co; Patricia’s Cake Creations; Sweet By Nature;
Dinnerware & Cake Stands: Miranda Kerr for Royal Albert, courtesy of William Ashley; Heirloom Keepsakes; Gabriela Seres courtesy of William Ashley; Michael Aram courtesy of William Ashley;



Ikonica | toronto rental studio.

Ikonica Studio Rental:

  • 1700 sq. ft.
  • 3rd floor
  • Northwest light
  • 14’ ceiling
  • 19’x18’x14’ corner cyclorama
  • Manfrotto Expan for 12’ seamless
  • Floor-to-ceiling glass overhead door
  • Hair and makeup station
  • Kitchenette – refrigerator/freezer, sink, microwave, dishwasher, tableware, flatware
  • In-studio washroom and change room
  • Partial blackout blinds
  • Loading dock
  • Freight elevator
  • Ladders
  • Clothing rack
  • Steamer
  • Street parking: free and metered
  • Wi-fi and Apple Airplay audio system


8 Hour Day (9am-5pm): $400
Half-Day (9am-1pm or 1pm-5pm): $280
Extra time (early or late per hour): $75
Pre-light (if available 5-7pm): $150
Advance load-in (per hour): $75

Cyclorama fee: $300
Seamless paper (black, grey, or white): $40

Weekend surcharge: $200
Editorial shoots at 25% discount (does not apply to cyclorama)

Located in downtown Toronto, Canada, we offer an exceptional shooting space for discerning clients. Call us at 1.877.559.6795 or email

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