Hey everyone, so remember when I mentioned that there would be big events. It seems like 2013 is our year huh!

Maya being preggers, Nest getting their first ever Muskoka cottage, and now….

…no not engaged…

I am starting a new company, an Event Design one. Teaming up with Steamwhistle Brewery– my friend Dana- I will now cater to birthday parties, baby showers, open houses, dinner parties, weddings…you name it!

I decided to call it Toast, because I wanted it to be about celebrations. Nothing specific to the style of party, but something everyone can relate to, like Nest.

After hosting Maya’s baby shower, I contacted Prairie Girl Bakery here in Toronto…and now they are using some of my pics on their FB page, and in their marketing – yay!

Here is a sneak peak of the images the sister and I took for the website – some of them we are not using, and some of them are “action/candid shots”.

Hope you like!




Making sure everything is centered!


Trying out new poses – yes me sitting on a table.


Being asked to adjust things by my “photographer” aka my sister.


Getting tired by the end, so maybe some sitting pics would be great?

Just incase: dress: Club Monaco, shoes: Zara, Turquoise necklace: Nicola Chong Jewellery, watch: Kate Spade, lips: Tarte Lip Surgence Lively, cupcake tier: West Elm

6 comments on “Toast!

  1. Liz Patton says:

    Dear Natalie, You are so creative. I love this idea and wish you all the best. Love Mrs. Patton

    Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2013 15:55:46 +0000 To:

  2. nuresma says:

    Love the pics! And I wish you luck with your new business 🙂

  3. Congratulations and best wishes. AND, what a great outfit!

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