Curio Studios » Modern Toronto Wedding Photography Studios

People come in and out of your life every day, some you may never see again and some that you will stay with forever. It was like any other day when Jeongeun contacted Clifton from here at Curio Studios asking him to capture her special day. Clifton met Jeongeun when they were both attending Ryerson University and needless to say, he was overjoyed for her.

Jeongeun and Young’s small and sweet Korean wedding took place at The Doctor’s House. The venue had an old fashioned chapel surrounded by an exquisite garden. The couple’s creative formal session was an enjoyable one, as they were extremely enthusiastic and playful with their poses. A part of their session actually took place on the grounds of their new house, which was still under construction.

It was such a suitable setting for their wedding shoot because it was a representation of their prospective future together. The 3-hour long photoshoot was tiring but happily so and the effort put into it resulted in remarkable images.

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Venue: The Doctor’s House
Decor + Flower: Le Papillon Events & Everyday Luxuries
Second shooter: John-Paul Perri

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Stacey and Adam’s wedding happened in May at the La Salle Park in Burlington. Although springtime came late to the party this year, resulting in the lack of leaves on the trees, the weather was still marvelously sunny and the temperature was just right. Perhaps inspired by the groom’s profession as a lumberjack or simply their love for nature in general, the wedding had a very rustic theme.

Stacey took special care and time in perfecting the decorations for her wedding. The pink for the décor was an elegant choice because it paired beautifully with the roughness and the warm, brown tones of the wood. Their adoration for trees was so great that they insisted they climb one for the shoot (while they were dressed to the nines)! Curio Studios also captured what Stacey had dreamt of since she was a little girl, and it was to jump on her bed on her wedding day – in the gown no less!

But more than just one of Stacey’s childhood wishes came true that day – she also married the man of her dreams.

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Tracy and Jacky are both close church friends of us here at Curio Studios. To have the opportunity to shoot their engagement and to be a part of their journey was a great honour. Photographing a couple that the photographer knew personally was a bonus because their vision of the shoot was more in sync.

Tracy and Jacky’s trust in Clifton went beyond a simple photographer and client relationship; in addition, they trusted him as a friend to provide them with unforgettable images. The engagement shoot took place on a brilliantly sunny day, which made it picture perfect for downtown Toronto and Centre Island. The photoshoot eventually made its way to the Ripley’s Aquarium as well, where coincidentally, Tracy’s gorgeous blue dress complimented the setting perfectly. With full hearts and empty stomachs, the group headed to Kinton Ramen afterwards to celebrate the completion of a great photoshoot.

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