Drum Roll Please! Nicole & Joe blew our minds. They are just the nicest sweetest people…who have the most ridiculous wedding party. This was a party if ever we’ve seen one. The reception was at The Eglinton Grand, one of our favourites, and had a dance floor that was indeed busy..but not as busy as the bar! Check out the album here, and be sure to visit their gallery for more photos.
First off, let us just say that Jennifer of “Little Miss Flowers” does the most BEAUTIFUL arrangements – and we see a lot of flowers! She even did all the flowers for her own wedding. Jennifer and Anthony were married May 25, 2013 at the Glen Abbey Golf Course. They met at a Starbucks so fitting that we did the reveal at a Starbucks near the golf course. We recreated their fateful meeting over the coffee cream and sugar – check it out! And yes… you are seeing that correctly… we got to shoot with a HELICOPTER! it was an incredible day.
Vicky and Aaron were married May 19, 2013 at the Richmond Hill Golf and Country Club. It was the perfect day, not too hot and not too cold, and yay for us as we were just in time for dandelion season! Although a pest when it comes to our own backyards, these yellow weeds make for some awesome foregrounds when it comes to photos! Lucky for us, there were plenty of fields on our golf cart ride from the venue to the golf course – so we had plenty to work with. Note to self: next time shooting in a field with dandelions, bring a blanket as dandelions stain!!! eek!
Check out the sneak peek below.
We had the best time shooting Jessica and Christopher over a period of two Saturdays! Everyone arrived, ready to celebrate. We have a lot of fun with all of our couples but rarely do we get the chance to do it twice over a period of 2 weeks 😉 We were given the time to create some pretty AWESOME stuff! Check out the sneak peeks below!
The Evergreen Brickworks is a really great place to shoot. There is just sooo much you can do with sooo much variety within such a short walking distance. Worthy to note as well, the place is never the same twice; the sunlight hits it in completely different ways, depending on what time of day you are there.
We did an engagement shoot with Vivian and Kaz, to get them warmed up for their big day, and, well, let’s just say they were on fire! Check it out.
* please note, shooting at the Brickworks requires a permit…but it’s totally worth it.
“May The Fourth Be With You…” and especially with Nicole and Joe, who were married in the most cinematic style and grace at The Eglinton Grande. Nicole and Joe’s infamous engagement shoot at The Fox Theatre was featured in Wedding Co. We had an incredible time shooting these two and cannot wait to put their album PreDesign together, very shortly.