Romantic Eagles Nest Wedding
Like their proposal 30 stories above the city while being serenaded by an acoustic version of “XO” by John Mayer, the atmosphere of Julian and Antonette’s wedding was magically romantic from beginning to end.
Playful Poppies Creative Shoot
Hello spring! A refreshing blend of colours to get us excited for the spring weather ahead, this creative shoot really shows how impactful one type of flower and the different shades of a colour can really be.
Rustic Garden Four Seasons Wedding
Soft and refined, Meryl and Jamie’s wedding inspiration was an “elegant garden with rustic accents”. Beautifully airy and bright, it was perfect for a cool November wedding.
Bridal Affair Cover Story
Focusing on mellow colours, fitting for the winter months, this creative shoot had an emphasis on the purity of white and how neutral florals and foliage add warmth.
Chic Elegant Casa Loma Wedding
No matter the season, Casa Loma magical any time of year. This winter fairy tale is definitely proof that it can be transformed into anything you can imagine!
Neutral Dundurn Castle Engagement
Sheilagh and Rob’s engagement photoshoot took place at Dundurn Castle in Hamilton, Ontario. Simple and elegant in style, it combined beautiful neutral colours with the raw emotions of our lovely couple.
Modern Geometric Downtown Wedding
Stephanie and Timothy’s wedding day is the definition of cool. Held in downtown Toronto at The Chase, this summer wedding tied together modern geometric city style with tropical greenery.
Contemporary Lilac Farm Wedding
Held in an outdoor remote location near Clarington, Ontario, Linda & Amir’s celebration was the perfect combination of natural beauty and contemporary elegance.
A Timeless Arlington Estate Wedding
Garden-inspired flowers, a 7-tier cheese cake, and a dress-cleaning bridal team? Liana and Roberto’s wedding was a day full of timeless beauty, unconventional details and an incredible bridal party.
Eclectic Creative Shoot
Filled with an abundance of greens and luscious natural elements, The Heintzman House in Thornhill, Ontario was carefully designed to make us feel like we were in paradise.