Curio Studios » Modern Toronto Wedding Photography Studios

Typically, Indian weddings are celebrated over a span of several days. Curio Studios had the pleasure of shooting Vanoli and Vaishnav’s, the already married couple, on their second day of wedding celebrations.

The shoot began at the Humber Arboretum – a hidden gem featuring a hundred hectares of land, waterfalls, gardens, and majestic trees all spread alongside the Humber River. The couple wanted a casual yet fun style of photography and the Humber Arboretum was the perfect space for that. The bride’s gown was a beautiful shimmering gown, intricately designed and handmade with silver beads and sequins. During the shoot, the end of her dress actually got caught on her heels and the thread of the sequin started unraveling like a trail as we continued around the park!

After an eventful and productive photoshoot, the dinner reception was held in The Grand Palace of the Bombay Palace in Brampton and was richly decorated, much like the bride’s dress, in a romantic purple theme.

Thank you Siva from Divinemethod for inviting me to be part of their wedding.















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Early in the winter season of last year was Cassandra and Rob’s very intimate wedding. The wedding was held in the wonderfully old-fashioned Distillery District. Following the wedding ceremony, the reception was set up at the Airship 37 space. The reception hall was lit with a warm golden and red lighting that harmonized very well with the Christmas decorations outside and also helped to give a lovely festive atmosphere.

Being very short on time that day, Curio Studios only had 15 minutes for the creative couple photoshoot session. Even with the extremely limited amount of time and the chilly weather outside, we still managed to capture some amazing moments of the newly weds.

Similar to love lock bridges around the world, the Distillery District also had a “Love Installation” which stood 8 feet high and 30 feet long. The installation was made of reclaimed Distillery wood and steel mesh which was crafted into the word LOVE. Cassandra and Rob literally and metaphorically locked in their love that day and threw away the key.



















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Curio Studios is dedicated to capturing your life’s milestones and important moments. This time, we helped to commemorate the Greek baptism of John and Stephanie’s daughter, Victoria.

The ceremony took place at the beautiful Greek Orthodox Church of St. Irene Chrisovalantou in Toronto. Each step of the Greek baptism process is enriched with symbolism and meaning, from the entrance into the church to the blessing of the child. After the child is given her name during the ceremony, she is baptized naked by the priest: first with Holy Water and then she is anointed with oil. The child is then clothed with new garments as a symbol of her new life after the baptism. The entire ritual is an expression of God’s love for His children and is an extremely significant moment in each child’s life.

Following the baptism, a celebratory dinner was held at The Forth. The restaurant and cake was decorated with balloons and SugarPop Rentals set up an incredible candy bar that was a huge hit with the kids. The theme of the occasion was the balloons, which was inspired from the movie “Up”. The balloon symbolizes not only travel and an expansion of a person’s horizons but also the bright future Victoria has ahead of her.

It was such a privilege to be a witness to Victoria’s baptism and to be able to celebrate with the entire family the start of a child’s new life.



















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