Our second wedding of the year was one of those days that just makes you want to capture a wedding every day. The lovely Rebecca, in her Ines Di Santo gown, and her girls in their Jim Hjelm dresses, all greeted us with such joy.  We then met Michael soon after, with his incredible confidence, and their friends and family were amazing to meet and spend the day with – it just flew by!  When we have the opportunity to work with people like Rebecca and Michael, we don’t think about the fact that this was one of the coldest days of the year – in fact, we actually shot some photos outside. Thanks to the wonderful Liberty Events for hosting us, yet again. Also special thanks to Fern Cohen for her amazing ability to keep things calm and organized, and thanks to Big Ticket Productions, Stemz, Sole Power, Bruna Mata, Maureen Greenstein for all doing what they do best. It’s so incredible working with the top wedding vendors in Toronto.

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We are so excited to share this advertisement that will be appearing in the next issue of WedLuxe Magazine:)  Be sure to pick up a copy!!
This image was from Naz + Nick’s wedding last year. It was such a beautiful day and the details were so elegant and stunning.

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Having lived in the Toronto area for some decades now, there aren’t many cities in our beautiful province that I haven’t seen, yet some still continue to amaze me. This was certainly the case at the nuptials of this wonderful couple, whose wedding I had the pleasure of photographing in the idyllic town of Aylmer.

The day could be described as nothing less than a strikingly authentic, truly home-grown beauty. The couple first said their vows at the groom’s parents’ property, then proceeded just down the road for the reception, which was held at the bride’s family residence. Both properties boasted what can only be described as true small-town charm – from sprawling wheat fields, to rust-covered barns, to the father-of-the-bride’s impressive vintage Chevrolet Impala, there was definitely no shortage of incredible photography locations. It was beautiful, also, to witness, amongst the guests, an incredible sense of community – a fact that, I believe, was because the groom’s family runs the local newspaper!

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