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Nov 23 2016

 
This is Karen and Yuuki’s wedding at the beautiful Distillery District. Their wedding day started with a ceremony early in the morning at the Enoch Turner Schooldhouse followed by a reception at Archeo.

I remember we were debating on whether to take their portraits first thing in the morning or later, once the reception was over, since we would have no time between ceremony and reception. We decided to go with the morning and how lucky we were! Their wedding day was actually during the World Cup of Hockey, so getting there at 8am was the smartest thing to do. We got to walk around the Distillery still very empty and now I can share some amazing shots with you!

Congrats, Karen and Yuuki! Wishing you a lifetime of happiness. ❤

Want to check their engagement session? Click here!

Mar 23 2016

 
I have to say I pretty much loved everything about Angela and Daniel’s wedding day. From her dress to the hotel to the venue – everything was very classic, it was such a pleasure to shoot their wedding!

Angela got ready at the beautiful King Edward Hotel and from there we went to the Distillery District. Ceremony and reception was held at Airship 37, a very cool venue featured in this blog a few times already (reception was held at click here for other weddings at Airship 37).

Congrats, Angela and Daniel! Thank you so much for letting me capture your big day. ♥

Feb 15 2015

 
This post goes to show that you really don’t need a photographer for the entire day to capture all the great moments you want to remember from your wedding day. This beautiful beautiful wedding was captured in only 6 hours! Well, it also helps if you’re getting ready super close to your venue and don’t want thousands of portraits before & after ceremony.

When I met Tara I felt she was very practical. She and Ryan didn’t want an e-session and didn’t want to spend their entire wedding day posing for photos. So we did just a few of getting ready, went straight to ceremony, spend about an hour outside and went back inside to enjoy the reception. Can’t forget to mention they were super brave about having their portraits done during a freezing and windy windy windy night at the Distillery District.

Tara’s and Ryan’s wedding was definitely one of my favorites to shoot this past year: their wedding was really intimate – they had about 50 guests if I remember correctly. What I love about small weddings is that you can tell that everybody that is there really matters to them and they are all so into the moment. And that’s what photographers love – capturing those special non-manufactured moments throughout the night.

Congrats, Tara and Ryan! Wishing you a lifetime of happiness. ♥







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