3 Wedding Trends to Look Out For in 2024

Calling all lovebirds planning to tie the knot in 2024, get ready to elevate your wedding game to a whole new level with the hottest trends in décor and catering. From indoor extravaganzas to outdoor soirees, we’ve got the scoop on the must-haves for a wedding that will have your guests talking for years to come.

1. Elaborate Hanging Florals

Florals have always been a staple in wedding decor, but in 2024, we’re taking it to new heights – literally. In addition to traditional centrepieces, reach a new level of elegance with elaborate hanging floral installations. Imagine a breathtaking cascade of blooms suspended from the ceiling, creating a floral wonderland that will leave your guests in awe. It’s like walking into a dreamy garden, right in the heart of Toronto. This trend is perfect for both indoor and outdoor weddings, bringing a touch of whimsical romance to your special day. Not only does this trend transform the visual landscape but also opens new possibilities for the use of space. It allows for a dynamic flow, freeing up tabletops for more decorative elements or creating an unobstructed view for guests. The suspended florals become a conversation starter, a piece of living art that captivates and connects the guests to the essence of the celebration.

2. Statement Ceremony Aisles

Ceremony aisles with beautiful white florals and palm trees on the beach.

It’s time to ditch the traditional straight rows and welcome a seating arrangement that’s as unique as your love story. Close your eyes and let me take you away for a minute: Envision a runway-style aisle that weaves through your venue, allowing your guests to feel like VIPs at a fashion show. Curved seating arrangements not only add a touch of drama but also ensure that every guest has a front-row seat to witness your love story unfold. It’s a subtle yet impactful way to make your wedding ceremony stand out and keep your guests engaged from start to finish. The departure from the ordinary transforms your nuptial setting into a stage, setting the tone for a ceremony nothing short of spectacular. In the vibrant heart of Toronto, a city known for its cosmopolitan charm and eclectic tastes, a statement ceremony aisle is a perfect fit! It’s a fusion of urban sophistication and individual expression, reflecting the spirit of a city that embraces uniqueness.

3. Mocktail Renaissance

Pink drink with purple florals being passed on a silver tray.

Raise a glass to the return of the mocktail! Elevated bars featuring quality non-alcoholic beverages are making a stylish comeback. This year couples are incorporating more variety and prioritizing flavor with an assortment of savory seasonal ingredients. Whether it’s Watermelon Mint for the summer or Chai-Spiced Cider for the fall, mocktails to die for have found their place on the menu once again. It’s not merely about offering alcohol-free alternatives; it’s about curating a menu that stands proudly alongside its spirited counterparts. Couples are recognizing that a well crafted mocktail can be just as complex and satisfying, proving that sophistication is not limited to spirits.

To wrap it all up, Toronto’s wedding scene for 2024 is all about pushing the boundaries and creating an experience that’s as extraordinary as your love story. From suspended grandiose florals to runway-inspired seating, interactive food stations and the return of the delicious mocktail, your options are endless. Embrace the trends that resonate with you and make your wedding a celebration that reflects your personality and style. After all, love is in the details, and 2024 weddings are all about making those details unforgettable. Get ready to say “I do” in style, Toronto – your wedding wonderland awaits!

Destiny Tucker3 Wedding Trends to Look Out For in 2024
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Pros and Cons of Having a Backyard Wedding in Toronto

Backyard weddings are a huge trend right now, and we’re living for it. Does it get any more romantic than dancing under the moonlight? While backyard weddings take a lot more work than the traditional wedding, it’s much more of a personal affair and you have so much more control.

As an expert Toronto wedding catering company, Daniel et Daniel has invaluable experience that we provide when planning and catering a wedding. We want you to avoid they key common mistakes made when couples host their wedding in a backyard.

Guillaume ClairetPros and Cons of Having a Backyard Wedding in Toronto
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Toronto celebrates ASAE with Tourism Toronto and Daniel et Daniel Catering & Events

Last month, Daniel et Daniel had the pleasure of catering the ASAE (American Society of Association Executives) Closing Party here in Toronto at the Steam Whistle Brewery and Round House Park.

The ASAE holds an annual conference at different locations every year. This year, timed with Canada’s 150th Anniversary, the ASAE selected Toronto to host their event. With over 2,000 planned international attendees, we wanted to give ASAE members a truly Canadian culinary experience.

Guillaume ClairetToronto celebrates ASAE with Tourism Toronto and Daniel et Daniel Catering & Events
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June is Pride month in Ontario; when we come together to not only celebrate our differences, but to also to appreciate our rights to be who we want to be and to love whomever we want to love. It was also the month that we got to know Stephen & Tony, and helped make their wedding day as beautiful as they are.

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Our Sous-Chef’s Toronto Wedding at Steam Whistle Brewing

We cater weddings all around Toronto and each one is unique and special for its own reasons. What made this particular Toronto wedding special for us was that it was for our very own sous-chef Hillary Brown and her husband Carmel Joseph Cuschieri.

Steam Whistle weddings are gorgeous. The indoor and outdoor spaces work perfectly for both rustic and chic weddings.  The Beer Hall alone can entertain anywhere between 250 to 500 guest depending on if you do a sit down or reception. You don’t need a large group to get married there, Steam Whistle Brewing is happy to entertain groups as small as 30.  Hillary and Carmel Joseph’s wedding was for 120 invitees.

Guillaume ClairetOur Sous-Chef’s Toronto Wedding at Steam Whistle Brewing
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