A Glamorous Cambodian Wedding at Plaza Volare in Quebec, Canada

Anne-Maly Pen (27, a Chartered Accountant) and Elias Malouf (a Dentist) wanted a wedding that fused Anne-Maly's Cambodian heritage with a classic, Old

Anne-Maly Pen (27, a Chartered Accountant) and Elias Malouf (a Dentist) wanted a wedding that fused Anne-Maly's Cambodian heritage with a classic, Old Hollywood feel. After a traditional Cambodian ceremony at Anne-Maly's parents house, everyone walked over to Plaza Volare for another ceremony and then to the Crown Plaza Hotel for the reception. The couple loves Italian food so the cocktail hour and dinner had a great spread of classic Italian dishes: arugula salad, egg pappardelle with tomato all leading up to the delicious main course of veal ossobuco alla milanese. After dinner, everyone enjoyed a traditional red dragon dance while eating cake with gelato nocciola.

Anne-Maly accessorized her gorgeous gown with a light brown mink fur stole wrap.
Anne-Maly Pen carried a soft, romantic bridal bouquet with pink and cream roses.
The couple's lively reception had a traditional Cambodian red dragon dance.
Anne-Maly's glamorous heels had a large diamond accent on the top.
Anne-Maly wore a couture strapless trumpet gown with a sweetheart neckline.
The bridesmaids carried white rose bouquets offset by bright blue roses.
The guests and wedding party filed to the ceremony site in a traditional Cambodian wedding procession.
The couple shared a traditional Cambodian ceremony to honor Anne-Maly's heritage.
The couple posed for pictures in black sunglasses, adding to their Old Hollywood feel of their wedding.