Today we're highlighting Play Food and Wine located downtown in the Byward Market. If you're looking to buck the trends and go for an intimate celebration in a modern-chic environment, Play delivers the goods. Chef Michael Moffatt and his team put together a unique mix of upscale flavours combined with a playful twist on your favourite comfort foods. Perfect for parties, small weddings or just a fun evening out.
We love photographing the food and details of our events and here are a few from R&M's pretty, Yellow Wedding.
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Sam and Mary
So, how DO you fold a pocket square? This is by far the most common question I'm asked during the wedding as guys are getting the final kinks worked out of their wardrobe. Remember guys, this is NOT a napkin at a fancy restaurant - we don't need a white swan or ornate Origami, just something simple and elegant and something that suits your sense of style.
Most tux rental places will give you a stiffer pocket square suitable for the One-Point fold or the Two-Point fold . But why not splurge and get yourself a luxurious silk hanky and try one of the folds listed below?
My personal faves are the Astaire and the Puff, they a little less rigid and perfect for silk. Take time to experiment with what fold suits you, then head on out and really turn some heads!
Rock on, gentleman.
Special thanks to Belisi Fashions for their informative article.