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Christine and Kevin’s wedding was full of intimate moments and laughter. Having had their engagement session just a short month earlier, we experienced rain, heat, sun, and wind between both days. Through it all Christine and Kevin were full of joy and excitement, displaying their love for each other in every look.

Having met because Kevin’s roommate was friends with one of Christine’s good school friends, their relationship has been filled with several canoe trips in Algonquin, a romantic fall hike at Dundas peak in Hamilton, and a proposal at one of the doors of St. James Cathedral. It was a location they had scouted as a potential proposal spot for a friend some weeks earlier. Christine, aware that a proposal was imminent was wearing dresses every day and waiting for when she could “officially” start wedding planning.

It was obvious Christine and Kevin loved each other deeply

Christine and Kevin’s Wycliffe College wedding ceremony was both traditional and moving. Christine made her entrance through a staircase in the back of the hall. Walking down the aisle with her parents and met at the front by her maid of honour and Kevin’s best man, Christine shared many glances and smiles with Kevin throughout the ceremony. Through their family formals and couple portraits, they continued to enjoy every minute. Ultimately, Christine and Kevin’s wedding day was one that kept me smiling throughout it all as it was so obvious they loved each other deeply.

Christine and Kevin, thank you for sharing your day with me. From our conversations beforehand to your engagement session to your wedding, I’ve loved getting to know you both better and I’m so excited to be sharing more sneak peeks from your day here! I can’t wait to share the rest! Congratulations again!!

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Ceremony Venue: Wycliffe College

Gown: Willowby Waters

Florals: Thyme Studio

Groom’s Suit: Indochino

Rings: Knar

Cake: Oh Welsey

Christine and Kevin’s wedding was full of intimate moments and laughter. Having had their engagement session just a short month earlier, we experienced rain, heat, sun, and wind between both days. Through it all Christine and Kevin were full of joy and excitement, displaying their love for each other in every look. Having met because […]

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Christine and Kevin’s wedding was full of intimate moments and laughter. Having had their engagement session just a short month earlier, we experienced rain, heat, sun, and wind between both days. Through it all Christine and Kevin were full of joy and excitement, displaying their love for each other in every look.

Having met because Kevin’s roommate was friends with one of Christine’s good school friends, their relationship has been filled with several canoe trips in Algonquin, a romantic fall hike at Dundas peak in Hamilton, and a proposal at one of the doors of St. James Cathedral. It was a location they had scouted as a potential proposal spot for a friend some weeks earlier. Christine, aware that a proposal was imminent was wearing dresses every day and waiting for when she could “officially” start wedding planning.

It was obvious Christine and Kevin loved each other deeply

Christine and Kevin’s Wycliffe College wedding ceremony was both traditional and moving. Christine made her entrance through a staircase in the back of the hall. Walking down the aisle with her parents and met at the front by her maid of honour and Kevin’s best man, Christine shared many glances and smiles with Kevin throughout the ceremony. Through their family formals and couple portraits, they continued to enjoy every minute. Ultimately, Christine and Kevin’s wedding day was one that kept me smiling throughout it all as it was so obvious they loved each other deeply.

Christine and Kevin, thank you for sharing your day with me. From our conversations beforehand to your engagement session to your wedding, I’ve loved getting to know you both better and I’m so excited to be sharing more sneak peeks from your day here! I can’t wait to share the rest! Congratulations again!!

Bride right before walking down aisle

Bride walking up stepsBride walking down aisleWycliffe College Wedding

Vendor Team

Ceremony Venue: Wycliffe College

Gown: Willowby Waters

Florals: Thyme Studio

Groom’s Suit: Indochino

Rings: Knar

Cake: Oh Welsey

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Christine and Kevin’s wedding was full of intimate moments and laughter. Having had their engagement session just a short month earlier, we experienced rain, heat, sun, and wind between both days. Through it all Christine and Kevin were full of joy and excitement, displaying their love for each other in every look.

Having met because Kevin’s roommate was friends with one of Christine’s good school friends, their relationship has been filled with several canoe trips in Algonquin, a romantic fall hike at Dundas peak in Hamilton, and a proposal at one of the doors of St. James Cathedral. It was a location they had scouted as a potential proposal spot for a friend some weeks earlier. Christine, aware that a proposal was imminent was wearing dresses every day and waiting for when she could “officially” start wedding planning.

It was obvious Christine and Kevin loved each other deeply

Christine and Kevin’s Wycliffe College wedding ceremony was both traditional and moving. Christine made her entrance through a staircase in the back of the hall. Walking down the aisle with her parents and met at the front by her maid of honour and Kevin’s best man, Christine shared many glances and smiles with Kevin throughout the ceremony. Through their family formals and couple portraits, they continued to enjoy every minute. Ultimately, Christine and Kevin’s wedding day was one that kept me smiling throughout it all as it was so obvious they loved each other deeply.

Christine and Kevin, thank you for sharing your day with me. From our conversations beforehand to your engagement session to your wedding, I’ve loved getting to know you both better and I’m so excited to be sharing more sneak peeks from your day here! I can’t wait to share the rest! Congratulations again!!

Bride right before walking down aisle

Bride walking up stepsBride walking down aisleWycliffe College Wedding

Vendor Team

Ceremony Venue: Wycliffe College

Gown: Willowby Waters

Florals: Thyme Studio

Groom’s Suit: Indochino

Rings: Knar

Cake: Oh Welsey

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Marianne and Andrew were one of the few couples we had this year who had originally planned to get married in 2021! Although they did have to postpone by a few months, they were able to have a beautiful day that was reminiscent of the full and typical weddings we used to shoot all the time. And we’re so happy for them!

Their mid-September wedding fulfilled all our fall fantasies. Marianne chose every detail carefully. From red hypericum berries in her bouquet to the burgundy and gold colour story, the day was both cozy and elegant. Just like their engagement session, Marianne and Andrew’s wedding was filled with movement, laughter, and tender in-between moments.

Seeing Marianne with her grandmother brought tears to my eyes.

Between her ceremony and reception, Marianne took time to visit her grandmother, with whom she shares a special relationship. You may know that family is incredibly important to me, and if any of my couples share that they’d like to make time for a special moment with family, I will 1000% encourage it. Seeing Marianne with her grandmother brought tears to my eyes, and it may be my favourite part of her wedding day (and many parts of her wedding were so special)!

Throughout the day, Marianne and Andrew chose to reveal a special part of their relationship: their mutual love of video games! From the groomsmen’s boutonnieres to the reception table decor, odes to some of their favourite games were spread out to give their guests a peek into their relationship.

Marianne and Andrew, thank you for entrusting your beautiful day to me. I loved every moment. From your details, to your time with friends and family, everything was so intentional. I hope these images help you relive it many times in the years to come. Congratulations!

 

Vendor Team

Ceremony Venue: Sts. Peter and Paul

Portrait Venue: Adamson Estate

Reception Venue: Mississauga Convention Centre

Gown: Opportunity Bridal

Florals: Bridal Party

Invitation Suite: Designed and Printed by Bride

Bridesmaid Dresses: Henkaa

Groom’s Suit: Indochino

Rings: Michael Hill

DJ/Entertainment BB Blanc

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Marianne and Andrew were one of the few couples we had this year who had originally planned to get married in 2021! Although they did have to postpone by a few months, they were able to have a beautiful day that was reminiscent of the full and typical weddings we used to shoot all the time. And we’re so happy for them!

Their mid-September wedding fulfilled all our fall fantasies. Marianne chose every detail carefully. From red hypericum berries in her bouquet to the burgundy and gold colour story, the day was both cozy and elegant. Just like their engagement session, Marianne and Andrew’s wedding was filled with movement, laughter, and tender in-between moments.

Seeing Marianne with her grandmother brought tears to my eyes.

Between her ceremony and reception, Marianne took time to visit her grandmother, with whom she shares a special relationship. You may know that family is incredibly important to me, and if any of my couples share that they’d like to make time for a special moment with family, I will 1000% encourage it. Seeing Marianne with her grandmother brought tears to my eyes, and it may be my favourite part of her wedding day (and many parts of her wedding were so special)!

Throughout the day, Marianne and Andrew chose to reveal a special part of their relationship: their mutual love of video games! From the groomsmen’s boutonnieres to the reception table decor, odes to some of their favourite games were spread out to give their guests a peek into their relationship.

Marianne and Andrew, thank you for entrusting your beautiful day to me. I loved every moment. From your details, to your time with friends and family, everything was so intentional. I hope these images help you relive it many times in the years to come. Congratulations!

 

Vendor Team

Ceremony Venue: Sts. Peter and Paul

Portrait Venue: Adamson Estate

Reception Venue: Mississauga Convention Centre

Gown: Opportunity Bridal

Florals: Bridal Party

Invitation Suite: Designed and Printed by Bride

Bridesmaid Dresses: Henkaa

Groom’s Suit: Indochino

Rings: Michael Hill

DJ/Entertainment BB Blanc

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After over a year, we’re sharing Cynthia and Terry’s wedding! This lovely couple got married last summer and celebrated their anniversary with a gorgeous session last month! After capturing their reception a few weeks ago, we’re finally ready to share their entire wedding experience!

Cynthia and Terry’s wedding ceremony last year took place at a friend’s home. The gorgeous historical home had enough land to accommodate social distancing restrictions, allowing their closest family and friends to attend. A sweet-as-honey first look, tender glances during the ceremony, and joyful husband and wife portraits rounded out this dewy August wedding!

Cynthia and Terry’s wedding celebration continued this year with a reception and more amazing portraits! While their ceremony last August was threatened with rain, this year they had to contend with wind. But this only added to the romance of the day and showed off Cynthia’s gown (check out the images below)! With a change in venue, Cynthia and Terry also re-oriented some details, infusing a mature and suave style to their day! This second day of celebration also enabled them to have a tea ceremony, a sit-down dinner, and long-awaited speeches from loved ones. Finally capturing and memorializing these special moments was such a joy!

Cynthia and Terry, getting to photograph you last year was amazing! Being to do it two more times since then has only added to our excitement for you guys! We hope you love these images and they are a constant reminder of your first sweet year of marriage! Let them keep your joy at the forefront of your memories even amidst all the unconventional adjustments your wedding celebration went through! Congratulations again!

Vendor Team

Venue: Fantasy Farms

MUA: Makeup by Kales

Hair: Nicole Graftner & Bridal Secretary

Florist: Timeless Petals Floral

Dress: Willowby Watters & Sash + Bustle

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After over a year, we’re sharing Cynthia and Terry’s wedding! This lovely couple got married last summer and celebrated their anniversary with a gorgeous session last month! After capturing their reception a few weeks ago, we’re finally ready to share their entire wedding experience!

Cynthia and Terry’s wedding ceremony last year took place at a friend’s home. The gorgeous historical home had enough land to accommodate social distancing restrictions, allowing their closest family and friends to attend. A sweet-as-honey first look, tender glances during the ceremony, and joyful husband and wife portraits rounded out this dewy August wedding!

Cynthia and Terry’s wedding celebration continued this year with a reception and more amazing portraits! While their ceremony last August was threatened with rain, this year they had to contend with wind. But this only added to the romance of the day and showed off Cynthia’s gown (check out the images below)! With a change in venue, Cynthia and Terry also re-oriented some details, infusing a mature and suave style to their day! This second day of celebration also enabled them to have a tea ceremony, a sit-down dinner, and long-awaited speeches from loved ones. Finally capturing and memorializing these special moments was such a joy!

Cynthia and Terry, getting to photograph you last year was amazing! Being to do it two more times since then has only added to our excitement for you guys! We hope you love these images and they are a constant reminder of your first sweet year of marriage! Let them keep your joy at the forefront of your memories even amidst all the unconventional adjustments your wedding celebration went through! Congratulations again!

Vendor Team

Venue: Fantasy Farms

MUA: Makeup by Kales

Hair: Nicole Graftner & Bridal Secretary

Florist: Timeless Petals Floral

Dress: Willowby Watters & Sash + Bustle

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Jenny and Derrick had their engagement session last spring and it ended up being one of our favourite’s from 2020! Now I’m so excited to share their gorgeous wedding day! One of the last of the summer, Jenny and Derrick’s wedding felt like a final send-off before we say goodbye to the warm weather and golden light for the rest of the year!

Jenny and Derrick were legally married last year, but weren’t able to have any photographers at the ceremony. They re-shared their vows at the end of August, finally sharing these lasting memories with their family and friends.

The day started out with Jenny getting ready in their new home. Not only was it a gorgeous space, but it was a wholesome reminder that the wedding is not just about a single day, but about the couple’s marriage and the life they are starting together! It was a slow morning, with lots of time for Jenny to spend with her mom and maid of honour, and appreciate all the gorgeous details she had picked out, including the most fun and festive Jimmy Choo’s and the earrings her grandmother had given her mother for her wedding!

With so much buffer time planned throughout the day, Jenny and Derrick were able to enjoy every single moment and their guests were able to thoughtfully witness the culmination of Jenny and Derrick’s stories (which were shared on the sweetest story cards!)

Jenny and Derrick, your wedding was probably one of the most relaxed I’ve ever been to! Despite the thunderstorm cutting short your portrait time, you guys were so fun to be around and I hope these images help you relive what was such a beautiful day. Thank you for trusting me with your celebration, and I can’t wait to follow your journey into these next years!

Creative Team

Ceremony Venue: Tyndale Chapel

Reception Venue: Bayview Golf & Country Club

Hair & MUA: Windy Chiu

Florist: Dawn Chan at Flowers by MGM

Dress: Wtoo by Watters at The Bride’s Project

Shoes: Jimmy Choo

Suit: Hugo Boss

Catering: Rovey Catering

 

 

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Jenny and Derrick had their engagement session last spring and it ended up being one of our favourite’s from 2020! Now I’m so excited to share their gorgeous wedding day! One of the last of the summer, Jenny and Derrick’s wedding felt like a final send-off before we say goodbye to the warm weather and golden light for the rest of the year!

Jenny and Derrick were legally married last year, but weren’t able to have any photographers at the ceremony. They re-shared their vows at the end of August, finally sharing these lasting memories with their family and friends.

The day started out with Jenny getting ready in their new home. Not only was it a gorgeous space, but it was a wholesome reminder that the wedding is not just about a single day, but about the couple’s marriage and the life they are starting together! It was a slow morning, with lots of time for Jenny to spend with her mom and maid of honour, and appreciate all the gorgeous details she had picked out, including the most fun and festive Jimmy Choo’s and the earrings her grandmother had given her mother for her wedding!

With so much buffer time planned throughout the day, Jenny and Derrick were able to enjoy every single moment and their guests were able to thoughtfully witness the culmination of Jenny and Derrick’s stories (which were shared on the sweetest story cards!)

Jenny and Derrick, your wedding was probably one of the most relaxed I’ve ever been to! Despite the thunderstorm cutting short your portrait time, you guys were so fun to be around and I hope these images help you relive what was such a beautiful day. Thank you for trusting me with your celebration, and I can’t wait to follow your journey into these next years!

Creative Team

Ceremony Venue: Tyndale Chapel

Reception Venue: Bayview Golf & Country Club

Hair & MUA: Windy Chiu

Florist: Dawn Chan at Flowers by MGM

Dress: Wtoo by Watters at The Bride’s Project

Shoes: Jimmy Choo

Suit: Hugo Boss

Catering: Rovey Catering

 

 

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We’re so excited to share the wonderfully unique and fresh wedding Steph and Chris had at the Oakview Terrace! While their engagement was filled with that gorgeous summery light, their wedding had some amazing the fall-themed details that definitely made us even more excited for the new season!

Four years later, that is exactly where they found themselves: at an altar.

These two have what they lovingly call an “infatuation at first sight” love story! They saw eachother twice at different events before they connected and started dating only a week later! One and a half months in, they realized they were falling in love. At the time, Steph was working in New York and Chris was working at a summer camp in Muskoka. In that separation, they realized couldn’t stand to not talk and facetime eachother any chance they got. In July of that summer, they first said “I love you” to eachother, “for better and for worse”. Christ told Steph that if he ever got married, it would only be to her. Steph replied that although she had never really thought of marriage, she couldn’t see herself at an altar with anyone other for him.

Four years later, that is exactly where they found themselves: at an altar.

It was clear Steph and Chris had a vision for their day they both loved, and that every decision they made fed into that bright and happy vision. From the sunflowers in Steph’s bouquet and the ceremony chandeliers, to Chris’s incredible blue and gold cravat, and the red Mercury they drove off in, the day was a medley of vintage, classic, and autumn goodness that made this wedding so incredibly unique!

Steph and Chris, congratulations! We’re so excited to share a few of our favourite images from your big day so that you can already start looking back on your wedding and be encouraged! Your love for each other was so beautiful to document and we can’t wait to see your relationship continue to grow and deepen in this new season of life!

Creative Team

Planning: Eternal Bliss Events

Venue: Oakview Terrace

Hair & MUA: Molly Makeup Studio

Florist: Kate’s Garden

Videography: Venture Films

Cake: Craye Desserts

Dress: Ferré Sposa

Suit: Hudson’s Bay

Catering: Oliver & Bonacini

Rings: Engage Studio

 

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We’re so excited to share the wonderfully unique and fresh wedding Steph and Chris had at the Oakview Terrace! While their engagement was filled with that gorgeous summery light, their wedding had some amazing the fall-themed details that definitely made us even more excited for the new season!

Four years later, that is exactly where they found themselves: at an altar.

These two have what they lovingly call an “infatuation at first sight” love story! They saw eachother twice at different events before they connected and started dating only a week later! One and a half months in, they realized they were falling in love. At the time, Steph was working in New York and Chris was working at a summer camp in Muskoka. In that separation, they realized couldn’t stand to not talk and facetime eachother any chance they got. In July of that summer, they first said “I love you” to eachother, “for better and for worse”. Christ told Steph that if he ever got married, it would only be to her. Steph replied that although she had never really thought of marriage, she couldn’t see herself at an altar with anyone other for him.

Four years later, that is exactly where they found themselves: at an altar.

It was clear Steph and Chris had a vision for their day they both loved, and that every decision they made fed into that bright and happy vision. From the sunflowers in Steph’s bouquet and the ceremony chandeliers, to Chris’s incredible blue and gold cravat, and the red Mercury they drove off in, the day was a medley of vintage, classic, and autumn goodness that made this wedding so incredibly unique!

Steph and Chris, congratulations! We’re so excited to share a few of our favourite images from your big day so that you can already start looking back on your wedding and be encouraged! Your love for each other was so beautiful to document and we can’t wait to see your relationship continue to grow and deepen in this new season of life!

Creative Team

Planning: Eternal Bliss Events

Venue: Oakview Terrace

Hair & MUA: Molly Makeup Studio

Florist: Kate’s Garden

Videography: Venture Films

Cake: Craye Desserts

Dress: Ferré Sposa

Suit: Hudson’s Bay

Catering: Oliver & Bonacini

Rings: Engage Studio

 

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You may remember Andrea and Michael from their downtown Toronto engagement session last fall, where they combined the urbanity of the Novotel Hotel with the intimacy of Cherry Beach. Now we’re so excited to share their Miliken Park wedding! This day was absolutely amazing, filled with special moments and gorgeous details! Not only did the expected thunderstorm miss our portrait time, but the sun came out just in time to give us some romantic sunset photos.

…from Toronto to Hong Kong to Calgary…

Andrea and Michael’s modern yet romantic details were filled with meaningful touches that helped tell their story. The blush and burgundy florals by May Flowers were filled with such delicate texture and tones, balancing the clean lines of Andrea and Micheal’s modern details. The beautiful stationery by Dolce Artist helped depict the cities they had lived in while long distance, from Toronto to Hong Kong to Calgary. The beautiful sketches reminded us of our first meeting with Andrea and Michael, and their story. They shared with us how a minute with the person they loved was of far greater worth than the months they spent apart. That is a steadfast type of love, and one we were so happy to photograph again!

Andrea and Michael, documenting your wedding was such a privilege! It was a joy to see you celebrate with your family and friends, who you clearly love so much! Getting to meet your sweet parents and your incredible bridal party was one of the highlights of the day. We hope you enjoy this retelling of your big day, and that the images will encourage and bring you joy for years to come! Congratulations!

 

 

Creative Team

Hair & MUA: Ford Beauty

Florist: May Flowers

Stationery: Dolce Artist

Gown: Soterro & Midgley at Ferré Sposa

Suit: Surmesur

Rings: Aurora Designer & Brielle Shoppe

Decor: Pampas Grass Season

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You may remember Andrea and Michael from their downtown Toronto engagement session last fall, where they combined the urbanity of the Novotel Hotel with the intimacy of Cherry Beach. Now we’re so excited to share their Miliken Park wedding! This day was absolutely amazing, filled with special moments and gorgeous details! Not only did the expected thunderstorm miss our portrait time, but the sun came out just in time to give us some romantic sunset photos.

…from Toronto to Hong Kong to Calgary…

Andrea and Michael’s modern yet romantic details were filled with meaningful touches that helped tell their story. The blush and burgundy florals by May Flowers were filled with such delicate texture and tones, balancing the clean lines of Andrea and Micheal’s modern details. The beautiful stationery by Dolce Artist helped depict the cities they had lived in while long distance, from Toronto to Hong Kong to Calgary. The beautiful sketches reminded us of our first meeting with Andrea and Michael, and their story. They shared with us how a minute with the person they loved was of far greater worth than the months they spent apart. That is a steadfast type of love, and one we were so happy to photograph again!

Andrea and Michael, documenting your wedding was such a privilege! It was a joy to see you celebrate with your family and friends, who you clearly love so much! Getting to meet your sweet parents and your incredible bridal party was one of the highlights of the day. We hope you enjoy this retelling of your big day, and that the images will encourage and bring you joy for years to come! Congratulations!

 

 

Creative Team

Hair & MUA: Ford Beauty

Florist: May Flowers

Stationery: Dolce Artist

Gown: Soterro & Midgley at Ferré Sposa

Suit: Surmesur

Rings: Aurora Designer & Brielle Shoppe

Decor: Pampas Grass Season

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Melanie and Richard had their gorgeous wedding at Evergreen Brickworks and it was the epitome of summer goodness! This intimate gathering took place on a Monday afternoon at one of Toronto’s most iconic industrial venues, balanced out with gorgeous florals and tropical touches.

Classic details with greenhouse-inspired twists

Melanie and Richard met in Grade 11 Economics but only became friends the next year. In Grade 12 English, Mel gravitated towards Richard–one of the only familiar faces in the crowd–and asked to sit next to him. Chats during class and many group projects later, Richard and Melanie went on their first date to a quintessential Torontonian past-time: a Blue Jays baseball game. In the decade since, they could probably count on their hands the number of days they haven’t see each other.

Melanie and Richard’s wedding was full of classic details with greenhouse-inspired twists! A wrought-iron arch covered in neutral florals by Wildfell Florals, Tuscan-style wooden chairs, an open ceiling, and touches of peach gave this wedding a warm and summery feel while remaining fresh and sweet! The custom made wedding favours by Cupcake Junkie were designed after the couples’ adopted cats, Max and Nicky, and were the sweetest way to commemorate their little family!

Melanie and Richard, your wedding was so beautiful, and a joy to photograph! We were honoured to see how much love you guys have for your family, and they for you! And we’re so happy you got to celebrate on your anniversary…that made it an extra special day! We hope you love these images and that they remind you of the vows you made for decades to come! Congratulations!

Creative Team

Venue: Evergreen Brickworks

Florist: Wildfell Florals

Dress: Mikaella Bridal at Bliss Bridal Whitby

MUA: I’m Not a Beauty Guru

Cookie Favours: Cupcake Junkie

Harpist: Denise Fung Music

Rings: Tiffany and Co. 

Suit: Canali

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Melanie and Richard had their gorgeous wedding at Evergreen Brickworks and it was the epitome of summer goodness! This intimate gathering took place on a Monday afternoon at one of Toronto’s most iconic industrial venues, balanced out with gorgeous florals and tropical touches.

Classic details with greenhouse-inspired twists

Melanie and Richard met in Grade 11 Economics but only became friends the next year. In Grade 12 English, Mel gravitated towards Richard–one of the only familiar faces in the crowd–and asked to sit next to him. Chats during class and many group projects later, Richard and Melanie went on their first date to a quintessential Torontonian past-time: a Blue Jays baseball game. In the decade since, they could probably count on their hands the number of days they haven’t see each other.

Melanie and Richard’s wedding was full of classic details with greenhouse-inspired twists! A wrought-iron arch covered in neutral florals by Wildfell Florals, Tuscan-style wooden chairs, an open ceiling, and touches of peach gave this wedding a warm and summery feel while remaining fresh and sweet! The custom made wedding favours by Cupcake Junkie were designed after the couples’ adopted cats, Max and Nicky, and were the sweetest way to commemorate their little family!

Melanie and Richard, your wedding was so beautiful, and a joy to photograph! We were honoured to see how much love you guys have for your family, and they for you! And we’re so happy you got to celebrate on your anniversary…that made it an extra special day! We hope you love these images and that they remind you of the vows you made for decades to come! Congratulations!

Creative Team

Venue: Evergreen Brickworks

Florist: Wildfell Florals

Dress: Mikaella Bridal at Bliss Bridal Whitby

MUA: I’m Not a Beauty Guru

Cookie Favours: Cupcake Junkie

Harpist: Denise Fung Music

Rings: Tiffany and Co. 

Suit: Canali

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This Osgoode Hall wedding session is the third time we’ve photographed Becky and Joseph in less than two years, and we LOVE it! Their engagement session in 2019 went off without a hitch, but their wedding in August last year had to shrink and shorten in order to comply with all the regulations. They didn’t have any time for photos of their details or prep, and they had to forego a reception. Though they originally planned to have a reception this year, they decided to have an extended portrait session instead. The afternoon we spent with them was a blend of wedding portraits–with time for details!–and a one-year anniversary session! Congrats you guys!

It’s like they have their own little ecosystem.

Over the years, we have been so fortunate to work with some of the warmest and most genuine couples we know, and Becky and Joseph fit this to a tee! They are laid-back but detail-oriented. Just as comfortable tramping through a field in the cold as they are in a suit and heels for a date downtown. They’re the type of couple that arrives with four bags filled with gorgeous details and flowers, but also brings an avocado-shaped tent to change in. Becky laughs easily and Joseph is always there to smile at her giggles. In our post about their engagement session, we noted that it’s like they have own little ecosystem. Our kind of people!

Becky and Joseph, it has been absolutely amazing getting to know you guys! You guys make us so excited to see you and take photos of you, every single time! We love seeing you guys love each other and we’re so glad to be able to share these photos with you. We hope they remind you of the joy and sweetness this past chapter of life has brought, and encourage you in this new season of marriage! Congratulations again!

Creative Team

Hair: Emily Park Makeup & Tina Bridal Hair

MUA: Emily Park Makeup

Dress: Andrea Lee Bridal

Suit: Style Code Inc.

Shoes: Vince Camuto

Florist: Flowers by Liza & Secret Garden

Bridal Accessories: Sash and Bustle

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This Osgoode Hall wedding session is the third time we’ve photographed Becky and Joseph in less than two years, and we LOVE it! Their engagement session in 2019 went off without a hitch, but their wedding in August last year had to shrink and shorten in order to comply with all the regulations. They didn’t have any time for photos of their details or prep, and they had to forego a reception. Though they originally planned to have a reception this year, they decided to have an extended portrait session instead. The afternoon we spent with them was a blend of wedding portraits–with time for details!–and a one-year anniversary session! Congrats you guys!

It’s like they have their own little ecosystem.

Over the years, we have been so fortunate to work with some of the warmest and most genuine couples we know, and Becky and Joseph fit this to a tee! They are laid-back but detail-oriented. Just as comfortable tramping through a field in the cold as they are in a suit and heels for a date downtown. They’re the type of couple that arrives with four bags filled with gorgeous details and flowers, but also brings an avocado-shaped tent to change in. Becky laughs easily and Joseph is always there to smile at her giggles. In our post about their engagement session, we noted that it’s like they have own little ecosystem. Our kind of people!

Becky and Joseph, it has been absolutely amazing getting to know you guys! You guys make us so excited to see you and take photos of you, every single time! We love seeing you guys love each other and we’re so glad to be able to share these photos with you. We hope they remind you of the joy and sweetness this past chapter of life has brought, and encourage you in this new season of marriage! Congratulations again!

Creative Team

Hair: Emily Park Makeup & Tina Bridal Hair

MUA: Emily Park Makeup

Dress: Andrea Lee Bridal

Suit: Style Code Inc.

Shoes: Vince Camuto

Florist: Flowers by Liza & Secret Garden

Bridal Accessories: Sash and Bustle

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This past weekend, we celebrated Glory and Tony’s Harding Waterfront Estate wedding, and it was so incredible! Not only was this the most “normal” wedding we’ve had in almost a year, but Glory and Tony’s family and friends were the kindest and warmest people. Everything from prep to the speeches was rife with the markings of deep and intimate relationships. There was a moment during the speeches that I (Veronica) forgot I was a photographer and simply felt like a guest, able to witness and take part in this amazing day!

Glory and Tony’s wedding was rife with the markings of deep and intimate relationships

Glory and Tony were inspired by water and the colours of sunset (check out the photos at the bottom!). Their engagement session was on the beach and Harding Waterfront Estate is by the lake, so they decided on a sunset-like rose for the bridesmaid dresses and the groom’s bowtie and pocket square. Even their rings were rose gold! They let the warmth of the dusty pink tones and the gorgeous venue stand on their own, complimenting them with simpler decor in white, green, and natural wood. From a polaroid guestbook, to a magical sunset at the end of the day, Glory and Tony’s day was romantic, thoughtful, and full of personal and special moments that we had the privilege of documenting!

Glory and Tony, thank you so much for having us be a part of your day! We absolutely loved getting to know your friends and family and being able to join in your celebrations! You’ll notice we’ve included SO MANY photos in this post. We loved so many of them and couldn’t narrow it down! We hope you enjoy them and we can’t wait to share the rest soon!

Creative Team

Venue: Harding Waterfront Estate

Hair & MUA: Jeannie C Bridal

Florist: Flowers and Florist

Dress: Willowby by Watters

Catering: Pegasus Hospitality Group

Rings: Paul Balogh Jewellers

 

 

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This past weekend, we celebrated Glory and Tony’s Harding Waterfront Estate wedding, and it was so incredible! Not only was this the most “normal” wedding we’ve had in almost a year, but Glory and Tony’s family and friends were the kindest and warmest people. Everything from prep to the speeches was rife with the markings of deep and intimate relationships. There was a moment during the speeches that I (Veronica) forgot I was a photographer and simply felt like a guest, able to witness and take part in this amazing day!

Glory and Tony’s wedding was rife with the markings of deep and intimate relationships

Glory and Tony were inspired by water and the colours of sunset (check out the photos at the bottom!). Their engagement session was on the beach and Harding Waterfront Estate is by the lake, so they decided on a sunset-like rose for the bridesmaid dresses and the groom’s bowtie and pocket square. Even their rings were rose gold! They let the warmth of the dusty pink tones and the gorgeous venue stand on their own, complimenting them with simpler decor in white, green, and natural wood. From a polaroid guestbook, to a magical sunset at the end of the day, Glory and Tony’s day was romantic, thoughtful, and full of personal and special moments that we had the privilege of documenting!

Glory and Tony, thank you so much for having us be a part of your day! We absolutely loved getting to know your friends and family and being able to join in your celebrations! You’ll notice we’ve included SO MANY photos in this post. We loved so many of them and couldn’t narrow it down! We hope you enjoy them and we can’t wait to share the rest soon!

Creative Team

Venue: Harding Waterfront Estate

Hair & MUA: Jeannie C Bridal

Florist: Flowers and Florist

Dress: Willowby by Watters

Catering: Pegasus Hospitality Group

Rings: Paul Balogh Jewellers

 

 

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When you work with phenomenal vendor teams, events like this Back to the Cabin elopement are absolute dreams to photograph! This wedding was beautifully designed and executed, thanks to our couple and the team that rallied to get them married. Keep scrolling to get your fill of this lavender and leather elopement, packed with purple tones and the coolest custom details!

After months of changing plans, Sam and Colin eloped on a Wednesday afternoon with Samantha and Lexy (their planner who we’ve loved working with before!) as witnesses. However, what might have been missing in numbers was more than made up for in intentionality. With a first look and a private dinner, Sam and Colin were able to really take time for themselves. Their personal chef took good care of Sam and Colin, bringing out delicious and beautiful plates, explaining each dish as he poured them a glass of wine.

They made the day their own in the big and in the in-between moments.

The elopement took place at Back to the Cabin, a beautiful A-frame tucked away in the woods. The Scandinavian-inspired Airbnb is surrounded by calm creeks and ethereal waterfalls. Altogether, the environment fit beautifully into the fairytale feel of the day. A custom stationery suite commemorated their venue with a sketch and added whimsy to the details with ripped edges and romantic calligraphy. Also, an overflowing bouquet of pastel and ivory blooms and a coffee-flavoured cake decorated with textured florals hit the right balance between traditional and magical. We absolutely loved seeing how Sam and Colin’s personalities found space in their details and decisions. They made the day their own in the big and in the in-between moments.

Sam and Colin, thank you so much for inviting us into your special celebration! We loved being able to document your day and watching the deep friendship and love between you. We wish you all the best in this new and exciting season of life! Congratulations!

 

Creative Team

Planner: Lexy Marie Weddings

Venue: Back to the Cabin

Florist: Philia Flora

Stationary: Anelo Calligraphy

Hair & MUA: Allyssa Helm Beauty

Cake: Sweet Avenue Cakery

Music: Denise Fung Music

Officiant: Enduring Promises

Chef: Authentic Fusion Catering

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When you work with phenomenal vendor teams, events like this Back to the Cabin elopement are absolute dreams to photograph! This wedding was beautifully designed and executed, thanks to our couple and the team that rallied to get them married. Keep scrolling to get your fill of this lavender and leather elopement, packed with purple tones and the coolest custom details!

After months of changing plans, Sam and Colin eloped on a Wednesday afternoon with Samantha and Lexy (their planner who we’ve loved working with before!) as witnesses. However, what might have been missing in numbers was more than made up for in intentionality. With a first look and a private dinner, Sam and Colin were able to really take time for themselves. Their personal chef took good care of Sam and Colin, bringing out delicious and beautiful plates, explaining each dish as he poured them a glass of wine.

They made the day their own in the big and in the in-between moments.

The elopement took place at Back to the Cabin, a beautiful A-frame tucked away in the woods. The Scandinavian-inspired Airbnb is surrounded by calm creeks and ethereal waterfalls. Altogether, the environment fit beautifully into the fairytale feel of the day. A custom stationery suite commemorated their venue with a sketch and added whimsy to the details with ripped edges and romantic calligraphy. Also, an overflowing bouquet of pastel and ivory blooms and a coffee-flavoured cake decorated with textured florals hit the right balance between traditional and magical. We absolutely loved seeing how Sam and Colin’s personalities found space in their details and decisions. They made the day their own in the big and in the in-between moments.

Sam and Colin, thank you so much for inviting us into your special celebration! We loved being able to document your day and watching the deep friendship and love between you. We wish you all the best in this new and exciting season of life! Congratulations!

 

Creative Team

Planner: Lexy Marie Weddings

Venue: Back to the Cabin

Florist: Philia Flora

Stationary: Anelo Calligraphy

Hair & MUA: Allyssa Helm Beauty

Cake: Sweet Avenue Cakery

Music: Denise Fung Music

Officiant: Enduring Promises

Chef: Authentic Fusion Catering

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When you work with phenomenal vendor teams, events like this Back to the Cabin elopement are absolute dreams to photograph! This wedding was beautifully designed and executed, thanks to our couple and the team that rallied to get them married. Keep scrolling to get your fill of this lavender and leather elopement, packed with purple tones and the coolest custom details!

After months of changing plans, Sam and Colin eloped on a Wednesday afternoon with Samantha and Lexy (their planner who we’ve loved working with before!) as witnesses. However, what might have been missing in numbers was more than made up for in intentionality. With a first look and a private dinner, Sam and Colin were able to really take time for themselves. Their personal chef took good care of Sam and Colin, bringing out delicious and beautiful plates, explaining each dish as he poured them a glass of wine.

They made the day their own in the big and in the in-between moments.

The elopement took place at Back to the Cabin, a beautiful A-frame tucked away in the woods. The Scandinavian-inspired Airbnb is surrounded by calm creeks and ethereal waterfalls. Altogether, the environment fit beautifully into the fairytale feel of the day. A custom stationery suite commemorated their venue with a sketch and added whimsy to the details with ripped edges and romantic calligraphy. Also, an overflowing bouquet of pastel and ivory blooms and a coffee-flavoured cake decorated with textured florals hit the right balance between traditional and magical. We absolutely loved seeing how Sam and Colin’s personalities found space in their details and decisions. They made the day their own in the big and in the in-between moments.

Sam and Colin, thank you so much for inviting us into your special celebration! We loved being able to document your day and watching the deep friendship and love between you. We wish you all the best in this new and exciting season of life! Congratulations!

 

Creative Team

Planner: Lexy Marie Weddings

Venue: Back to the Cabin

Florist: Philia Flora

Stationary: Anelo Calligraphy

Hair & MUA: Allyssa Helm Beauty

Cake: Sweet Avenue Cakery

Music: Denise Fung Music

Officiant: Enduring Promises

Chef: Authentic Fusion Catering

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