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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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The celebration of Ritu and Sumit’s marriage was no ordinary affair. Curio partnered with the Terrace Banquet Centre in Vaughan to photograph the lavishly decorated Indian-Sri Lankan wedding banquet.

The entire hall was transformed into a Middle Eastern palace, adorned with purples, pinks, and gold – symbols for passion and royalty. The venue was decorated to the very last detail with chairs wrapped in white silk to the purple lighting and gold decorations. There was no doubt that the central focus of the hall was on the stunning mandap set in front of the open dance floor. The mandap’s large, golden, and ornamented frame gave the sense of regality, in addition to the silk curtains and plush pillows. Ritu and Sumit’s wedding celebration was breathtakingly beautiful and was definitely one that left guests speechless.








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The marriage of Quincin and Yves took place inside the magnificent architecture that is Hart House at the University of Toronto. Both the ceremony and reception were held in the stunning Gothic Revival building that dates back to the early 20th century.

Quincin and Yves’ was the type of wedding all starry-eyed romantics hope for. The wedding had an atmosphere of a fairytale – thanks to the large windows, which flooded the rooms with natural light, in addition to the beautiful stone and wood interior. The reception’s excitement reached an epitome when a group of friends, along with some guests, decided to take over the stage to serenade the newly weds with a song. Although it was a rainy Saturday afternoon, spirits remained soaring high and the party did not falter even for a second.

Here’s to you, Quincin and Yves, where a little greyness in the sky does not rival the love you have for one another.





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