An Enchanted Forest Wedding at Congregation Shaar Hashomayim in Westmount, Quebec

Amanda Abitbol (23, Financial and Event Planner) and Isaac Papismado (27, an Art Director) wanted a special, unique wedding. "I wanted it to be differ

Amanda Abitbol (23, Financial and Event Planner) and Isaac Papismado (27, an Art Director) wanted a special, unique wedding. "I wanted it to be different than anything anyone has ever seen before," Amanda says. Inspired by the Fall season and fairy tales, the couple went with an enchanted forest theme, with soft flowers, candles and twinkling lights and a color palette of gold, champagne, blush and forest green. Unique elements like the white laser cut butterfly place cards "flying" across large branch and flower panels, cloud like arrangements of Baby's Breath for the long reception tables and little stars projected throughout the entire reception area gave the wedding the whimsical, romantic vibe the couple was aiming for. "I have a big imagination, and loved seeing my ideas come to life!" Amanda says.

The white laser cut butterfly place cards were attached to large branch and flower panels, emphasizing the enchanted forest theme of the wedding decor.
The couple exchanged vows underneath a lush white orchid floral huppah.
Tall, thin glass vases held lush arrangements of Baby's Breath for the romantic centerpieces.
Amanda's Ines Di Santo dress was covered in beautiful crystals and flowers.
The groomsmen wore classic black tuxedos with black bow ties.
The bridesmaids wore floor length champagne Amsale gowns.
The couple exchanged their vows in a traditional Jewish ceremony.
White orchids cascaded down the sweetheart table.
The couple participated in a traditional Hora dance during the reception.