Toronto Wedding

Liberty Grand Wedding in Toronto I Amanda & Anthony

Estates of Sunnybrook – Vaughan Estates Toronto I Julie & Justin


Kurtz Orchards Niagara-on-the-Lake Wedding!

An Adventurous Winter Engagement Session

Old Mill Toronto Wedding I Mary & Jake

Getting married is a project for two, so it’s best to divide your duties for easier planning. As they always say, two heads are better than on. For example, you can have the groom manage the wedding photography and honeymoon activities, while the bride manages the styling and overall theme of the wedding. Remember to have fun and let your partner know that this is the most exciting project you’ll ever do together.

Wedding Day Timeline!

An excellent tip to a successful wedding is a solid timeline. Along with your wedding planner, make sure to create a seamless timeline, from the moment of your arrival, down to the very last minute of the wedding. It is ideal to follow a system, especially when organizing your wedding photography. Make sure to allot some time adjustments, just in case.

Rustic Backyard Wedding GTA!

This rustic backyard wedding was held at the groom’s family home in the beautiful woodlands of Uxbridge. The couple, Jazlyn and Ian had a very intimate wedding day with supportive family and friends. Even their sweet poodle, Scully, got to play a special role in the wedding day, received tons of attention and charmed all of the guests! Scully even got to be there while the couple had their romantic First Look.

The beautiful, talented bride grew all of the flowers for her wedding day and Big Doug’s Texas BBQ catered the event. It was a fun-loving and light hearted day and luckily the weather was great. A lovely touch was that each guest was given their own individual mini bottle of champagne. You can tell from the photos that the couple wanted to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere for all their family and friends to relax, have fun and celebrate.

An Intimate Summer Wedding at LeSelect Bistro Toronto!

Michelle + Baxter, Downtown Toronto Engagement