Thursday, May 30, 2024

    Inside Canadian Actors Kiana Madeira And Lovell Adams-Gray Intimate Garden Toronto Wedding

    The Fear Street actress Kiana Madeira, 30, and her actor husband Lovell Adams-Gray, 31, gathered at the famous Casa Loma in Toronto with more than 200 of their closest friends and family to tie the knot last Sunday.

    At the wedding ceremony, Madeira’s bridesmaids and bridesman were dressed in all-purple attire they chose for themselves, while Adams-Gray’s groomsmen wore all black. The couple says their favorite colour is purple, but the hue holds an even deeper meaning to them as Madeira’s engagement ring has “a purple amethyst hidden within the inside of the band.”

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    Madeira walked down the aisle to “Pair of Wings” by Justin Timberlake played by band of musicians the Soenen Sisters, who perform on the harp and cello, as she made a statement in Luca Sposa off-the-shoulder lace and tulle gown embroidered with flower.

    “This dress was the number one on my list from the very beginning when I saw it online and trying it on at Liza Ray in N.Y.C. just solidified my love for it,” she says. “I truly wouldn’t change a thing about it.”

    Adams-Gray chose a bespoke white three-piece suit.

    After the Trinkets star crossed the estate’s “enchanted garden” to reach the Dereves Floral flower-lined altar, Pastor Samuel Kenga from Toronto City Church prepared for the bride and groom to read their handwritten vows. They signed the register in front of their guests — a Canadian tradition — as the Soenen Sisters played “Fireflies” by Owl City.

    “To me, marriage makes our relationship and our love official under God,” Adams-Gray says. “Not because of the signing of the legal papers, but because of the ceremony and having our pastor speak over us, in front of our family and friends.”

    “We wanted it to feel like it’s difficult to pinpoint the exact era that we’re in — a sense of timelessness was fun for us to play with,” the two explain.

    While sipping on “His and Hers” cocktails (a paloma and an old-fashioned), the newlyweds changed into their reception outfits.

    Most of the night was spent on the dance floor (“We danced all night long!”), with Madeira’s brother Nikane free-styling two songs as their parents sang along with him toward the end of the night.

    “[It] was a special moment that will be remembered forever,” the couple say.

    The Canada natives are now honeymooning in Portugal before returning home, where their “adventure” as husband and wife includes plans to build a home and eventually start a family together — and hopefully “write and produce a film of our own.”

    “I love the way we laugh together. It makes me feel like we can overcome any of life’s challenges,” Madeira gushes. “And I love that we have Jesus as the anchor to our relationship. Our faith in God provides a strength that is divine and unmatched.”

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