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Dorothy and Jonathan were married in the fall of 2016. They held their celebration at the elegant Ritz Carlton Hotel in Toronto, which included a tea ceremony and games at the door.

The Ritz Carlton was a beautiful venue to photograph Dorothy and Jonathan’s marriage, winner of the 2016 Forbes Five-Star award and adorned with golden and crystal accents, the hotel was the perfect setting for their traditionally Chinese styled wedding. Photographing the newlyweds in the entrance area was an absolute must since it is where the glorious crystal chandelier is hung, famously symbolizing the Ritz Carlton.

Dorothy wore an incredibly stylish yet classic dress and completed her look with simple accessories. The bridal party was extremely fun, with the groomsmen being considerably wilder than the bridesmaids!

We finished off the photoshoot with a creative session at the back of the hotel where I had Dorothy and Jonathan climb the water fountain as if they were little kids meanwhile also capturing the CN Tower in the background.

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Nina and Yimar met by chance while they were both vacationing in Hawaii. While sparks flew amidst the tropical orange sunsets, great blue waves, and island lifestyle, they knew they had to go back to their separate homes once the trip was over, which was 3500 kilometres apart from each other.

Nina lives in Los Angeles while Yimar is from Toronto and their long distance relationship was a true test of their love for one another. Fast forward to a few years later, they are now happily engaged and Yimar is headed to LA to start a new career with the love of his life.

The official wedding will be held in Los Angeles but they wanted to celebrate their engagement in Toronto first. The decision to have an engagement party here was a last minute decision, but luckily we were available to be a part of their wonderful celebration. The engagement shoot was done on one of the rare cooler days of this 2016 summer on Centre Island and featured a magnificent sunset the entire time.












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Early in July on a lovely summer day was Amy and Matthew’s one-year anniversary and they celebrated the occasion with an incredible party at the Markham Museum.

Amy and Matthew were married in the United States but since they’re moving back to Toronto for good, they wanted to host a wedding party for their friends and family back home. Located on Main Street, the museum’s grounds consist of beautiful historic buildings with the Hoover House being the oldest, which was built in 1825.

Annie Melissa was the one who planned the wonderful event and who also invited me along to capture the moments. It was a hip summer party that was held outdoors under a large reception tent and decorated with string lights.

There were a number of awesome food trucks that were brought in to cater the event like M.E.N.U. Food Truck, Buster’s Sea Cove, Stroke Stack BBQ, and Be Good Gelato. It was both self-serve and all-you-can-eat – a dangerous combination. Everything was delicious but my favourite was undoubtedly the massive lobster roll. Good thing there were excellent lawn games like giant beer pong and bocce ball to help everyone combat that food baby.

















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