The couple's wedding cake was the famous Mexican tres leches or three milks cake. It was both beautiful and delicious.

The couple's wedding cake was the famous Mexican tres leches or three milks cake.

Wedding shot at Toronto City Hall with the artistic creation of Ai Weiwei "bikes" in the background, part of Nuit Blanche 2013 in Toronto, Canada.

Wedding shot at Toronto City Hall with the artistic creation of Ai Weiwei "bikes" in the background, part of Nuit Blanche 2013 in Toronto, Canada.

Couple walking through Nathan's Phillip Square.   The lights in the background illustrate a poem "The rose without why" by Johann Scheffler and exhibited by Boris Achour.    "The rose is without 'why'; it blooms simply because it blooms. It pays no attention to itself, nor does it ask whether anyone sees it."

Couple walking through Nathan's Phillip Square. The lights in the background illustrate a poem "The rose without why" by Johann Scheffler and exhibited by Boris Achour. "The rose is without 'why'; it blooms simply because it blooms. It pays no attention to itself, nor does it ask whether anyone sees it."

The couple's wedding cake was the famous Mexican tres leches or three milks cake. It was both beautiful and delicious.

The couple's wedding cake was the famous Mexican tres leches or three milks cake.

Wedding couple standing on the Podium Green Roof at the Toronto City Hall.

Wedding couple standing on the Podium Green Roof at the Toronto City Hall.

Couple standing in front Metropolis. Toronto artist David Partridge used more than 100,000 nails to create this mural on the wall of the lobby of Toronto’s City Hall.  The centre using copper nails represents the heart of the city. The next concentric circles represent the suburban regions and then the circles move on to show the more treed areas outside the city.  If you drop a coin into the mural near the top it will find a path through the maze of nails down to the bottom.

Couple standing in front Metropolis. Toronto artist David Partridge used more than 100,000 nails to create this mural on the wall of the lobby of Toronto’s City Hall. The centre using copper nails represents the heart of the city. The next concentric circles represent the suburban regions and then the circles move on to show the more treed areas outside the city. If you drop a coin into the mural near the top it will find a path through the maze of nails down to the bottom.

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