Charleston Hearts of 1920 | The Berkeley Field House | Toronto Wedding Photography

Just as we said in Heather and Jack’s wedding post back in March, a referral from a past client is one of the greatest compliments that a photographer can receive. We feel honored to have been passed from Rebecca and Phil to their dear friends, Angela and Christopher, and cannot express enough the joy that working with the friends of past clients brings to Boston Avenue!

Angela and Christopher were delightful in every sense. With a 1920s twist, the couple wed in the presence of friends and family; even more importantly, they wed in front of their two year old son, Jack. They proved the depth of their little family’s bond in a unique exchange of the rings. Not only did Angela place a ring on Christopher’s finger, and in turn he placed a ring on hers, but they then each presented little Jack with a ring. The act was symbolic and beautiful, and Jack was thrilled to be included.

Angela’s attire had a classic flair with loose draping here and fitted cinching there, finished with gorgeous accents such as a pair of silver Jimmy Choo heels and a bouquet of brilliant orange. Christopher wore a striking grey suit with a matching orange boutonniere.

The reception, set at The Berkeley Field House in Toronto, Ontario, was very chic and a perfect complement to the 1920s inspired theme. The juxtaposition between modern and vintage was played in seamless fashion with indoor seating under crystal chandeliers and a tented outdoor patio! The guests raved about the DJ as they enjoyed sounds by Greg Lanzillotta from Enjoi DJ Outfit. He offered a night full of entertainment that was well-received by all!

It’s always fun for us photographers to step into different worlds brought to life by interesting themes and the vision of each couple. This wedding was no exception, and we enjoyed shooting it immensely!

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