Please find responses for the most frequently asked questions.
What is the dress code for the events?
Thursday 13th September - Gaye Holud
Traditionally, guests dress in yellow or green Asian outfits, such as Sarees and Salwaar Kameez (Dress style top with trouser bottoms) or Panjabi suits (Indian style long tops with trousers)
Feel free to wear anything smart that you would wear to an evening party.
Colourful is encouraged!
Saturday 15th September - Wedding Reception
Mo and Graham will be in Bangladeshi outfits.
Guests can choose to wear traditional Bangladeshi outfits or Western style evening wear.
Men can wear suits, panjabis or sherwanis.
Ladies can wear evening dresses (cocktail or long), sarees, lenghas or salwaar kameezes.
How can I join in with the other activities you have planned on the itinerary?
Please fill in your preferences on the Activities Form by Friday 17th August so we can include you in bookings for the various options.
Why are you getting married in Canada?
Graham is Canadian and after talking with both of our families, we chose a date and a location that worked for us.
We decided not to wait and are very excited about getting married in the country Graham was raised in.
The weather is usually wonderful at this time and we thought our guests would be able to experience Toronto at it's finest time with the Toronto International Film Festival in full flow and plenty of tourist and family attractions in the area.
Will you be doing anything in London?
We are really busy focussing on getting everything in place for our wedding in Toronto.
We have not made any plans to create another celebration in London for the time being.
What can we get you as a gift?
If you would like to get us a gift, a contribution to our Honeymoon fund would be extremely generous.
For ways to contribute, please visit our Gifts page, which has details of various options to suit everyone.