Thursday, September 5, 2013

Congratulations Michelle and Justin!

Set in the beautiful Gardiner Museum, this couple's wedding celebration was a true family affair. The bride's sister in law made the decorative vases; and everywhere you looked friends and family were adding special touches to the festivities. Michelle and Justin made their reception a representation of their cool style with rented black leather couches and black glass tables. Jamie Kennedy Kitchens provided the catering which included an outdoor kebob bbq station and a special request for Kraft Dinner.
Working with this couple was a dream, and it let me reunite with some of my favourite people (I've been friends with the bride's family for years). Wishing Michelle and Justin a lifetime of happiness and love.
The specially crafted cake topper-Yes, that's an exact copy of Michelle's wedding dress!
The happy couple--love that dress!

Rented black couches and black glass-top tables.

The "Kids Zone" filled with toys and games for the little guests.

A close up of the "Kids Zone" Table.

Beautiful views of the ROM and downtown Toronto

Envelope holder and mini-champagne shaped corkscrews as the guest gifts.

The bride's sister in law made the beautiful candle-in-vase decor pieces.

Yes, that is a kebob bbq you see outside. Delicious!


The bride and groom thanking their family and friends.

The bride and groom with members of the bride's family.

Lena, from Type A Events, with the happy couple.

Friday, June 14, 2013

Wedding Shoes

Hi all,
Summer has finally come to Toronto!
It's wedding season and the invitations are filling your mailbox.
For brides and bridesmaids (MOBs, MOGs, and anyone else looking for a great look) I had to pass on these fabulous shoes from the bridal collection of Chie Mihara.
Chie Mihara is a Japanese-Spanish designer who makes beautiful, unique and, most importantly, comfortable shoes that you can wear for hours.
Take a look:

Type A Events has no affiliation with Chie Mihara, just a respect for the work she does and the products she produces.

Friday, April 19, 2013

EPION 2013 Conference

This year's EPION (formerly OWGEPI) Conference 2013 was held at the Sheraton Toronto Centre hotel on Queen Street, Toronto. Over 320 registrants attended two days of workshops; keynotes; and networking sessions.
This year's theme was I.M.P.A.C.T. striving to cover the following areas: 
Innovative Practices
Measurements/Outcome Measures
Physical Health and Activity
Access (Facilitating Access and Early Identification)
Concurrent Disorders (Substance Use)
Transitions from EPI Programs and Relapse Prevention

Find out more about EPION (Early Psychosis Intervention in Ontario Network) and the incredible work they do at

Conference Kit for 320 Attendees

Some of the overworked and amazing members of the 2013 Conference Planning Committee.

The calm before the storm: Conference Kits on the Registration Desk


Getting ready for the crowd of 320!

Caversham Booksellers on site providing books on Mental Health.

Attendees purchasing items from Caversham Booksellers.

Poster Session with scientific posters and works by the graphic
illustrator, who visually captured the keynotes.

During one of the keynote sessions.

One of the keynote sessions, before breaking to attend one of the
25 workshops or networking sessions. 

Monday, March 18, 2013

EPION 2013

The countdown to EPION 2013 has begun--1 more hour to go!
Type A Events is proud to once again be working with this incredible organization which brings Mental Health professionals from across Toronto together.
EPION = Early Psychosis Intervention in Ontario Network formerly the OWGEPI.
Find out more about their amazing work at:

More to come from this 3 day Conference held at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel.

Monday, March 4, 2013

The Endometriosis Network Canada

Type A Events is happy to be working with the Endometriosis Network Canada on their "Push the Pelvis to the Forefront" Event.
The Endometriosis Network Canada is a non-profit organization, and the only Endometriosis-focused organization operating in Canada.

Please donate to their campaign at and visit to join in the fight to end this disease.