Lesley-Anne and Ian’s wedding took place close to Toronto in a conservation area surrounded by acres of colorful, towering trees. Their late fall ceremony took place in a clearing in the dense forest. (they call it The Cathedral of Trees) and they had hot apple cider & blankets on hand to warm the guests. Lesley-Anne’s best friend officiated the beautiful personalized ceremony.
This colorful wedding celebrated both the bride, Helen’s, southern roots, as well as the groom, Tom’s, Australian roots- in addition to their shared life in NYC! They were married at Savannah’s very own Railroad Museum and were our first couple in Ivory and Beau history to choose to host their ceremony in front of one of the smokestacks outside. They didn’t have a bridal party, so
A unique combination of each of their passions and roots, this couple created a wedding theme of “gypsy style with a rock n roll edge”, photographed by Jean Smith Photography.