A Playful DIY Wedding in Markham, ON

Zurry and Brendan pulled off a fun whimsical wedding in Markham, ON at the beautiful open-air Markham Museum. The couple brought personality to their

Zurry and Brendan pulled off a fun whimsical wedding in Markham, ON at the beautiful open-air Markham Museum. The couple brought personality to their celebrations with playful DIY elements that they mixed with rustic, vintage details. A mint, pink and white color palette brought a romantic, cheerful flair to the decor.

Each reception table was provided with a bottle of red and white wine decorated with a custom label designed by Zurry to match the couple's invitations.
Cupcakes were decorated like ducks for a fun playful touch.
Zurry and Brendan served up a mix of vegan, gluten-free cupcakes baked by Kelly's Bake Shoppe.
Rather than hosting a traditional sit down dinner, the couple brought in a bundle of food trucks to cater the event for a fun, unique experience that fit perfectly with the outdoor venue.
The couple and their guests celebrated into the night with beats provided by Dynamic Vibe Entertainment.
Polaroid photos were the inspiration for the couple's escort cards, which Zurry made herself.
Pie pops in pumpkin and apple flavors made a fun, creative and rustic treat for guests to take home.
A peach rose and eucalyptus berries paired perfectly with Brendan's light gray suit.
The couple held their wedding at the open-air Markham Museum where a 100-year-old rustic barn served as the backdrop for their summer ceremony.
The couple's playful letterpress invitations were designed and handprinted by the bride.
The couple asked family and friends to help capture their special day with the Wedding Party app. Guests downloaded the app on their phones and shared their photos from the day's festivities.
Zurry's bouquet was filled with pink and white blooms including peonies, roses and stock flowers accented by stems of eucalyptus.
Zurry and Brendan handed out bells to their guests to ring during the ceremony for their first kiss as a married couple.
Brendan and his boys looked handsome in three-piece suits in various shades of gray. Brendan and his best man wore custom made pale gray suits, which they paired with fun green bowties. His groomsmen sported dark gray tuxedoes and bowties in a spectrum of green.
The hot air balloon inspired centerpieces were one of the bride's favorite wedding details. The romantic pastel floral arrangements, which resembled Zurry's bouquet, were all locally sourced and created by Coriander Girl. Zurry and her bridesmaids made the nets for the balloons while Brendan sewed the mini bunting flags that went around the balloons.
Zurry's ivory fit-and-flair dress was made from dotted swiss silk organza. The gown featured a sweetheart neckline and a vintage-inspired dotted silk sash. Mint green flats added a fun vibrant touch to her look.
A vintage lemonade stand offered up an array of refreshing summer beverages served in mason jar drink dispensers.
Zurry's bridesmaids wore their own dresses in different shades of green to complement the wedding's color palette.
A chalkboard sign with a rustic wood frame greeted guests as they arrived.