The Dauphine Bride: Jasmin
Jasmin & her husband Eddy were featured in the third issue of Dauphine. Their wedding stole the Persian heart of our Editor – in – Chief. With the inaugural start to one of Dauphine’s very first contests The Haute Experience, we couldn’t have picked a more perfect fit to wine & dine than Jasmin. She not only is a true embodiment of everything Dauphine represents, but her soul is just as beautiful as she is. Her wedding day couldn’t have gone smoother, she had a great experience with all of her vendors, especially her planner Melissa. She still has dreams of one day having a vow renewal in her families homeland Croatia, but her Versailles inspired Canadian wedding will forever be a Dauphine treasure.
An ideal day in your married life…
Our Sunday’s. We love to just drive through Yorkville. Walk around the city, and then of course have dinner at Nervosa. The best is the salad with prosciutto!
What is your favourite moment from the wedding?
There is a photo of of me squeezing Eddy on the way to the reception. That’s my thing, I love to just hold and cuddle him so tightly. But that was such a real, raw moment, where we were so happy and just taking in everything about that day. We actually took in that moment. We were savouring that moment and Micheal (photographer) caught it perfectly.
What was it like seeing yourself in the magazine for the first time?
I went to chapters and asked for it. I bought the whole stack. It was so beautiful, I loved it! I then sent to everyone I knew. It was exciting to see how you interpreted our love story.
What advice would you give Dauphine brides about wedding planning?
Have a really good wedding planner aka Melissa. Have a connection with all of your vendors so they really understand you. It’s not about the money, the personal connection meant so much more than the price. Even the most expensive vendors won’t do it justice if there’s not a connection. Do not forget about the romance and why this whole day is happening, enjoy this happy time. Pray, remember that it’s important to have a spiritual connection with that person. Always be grateful to your parents.