Christine and Bryan had one of the shortest engagements of all the couples I have photographed. I think they were engaged for just 5 months, but you never would have guessed that, from all the thought that went into their wedding day. It makes me wonder if everyone should have a shorter engagement, because they really pulled it off!
Their ceremony took place at Hart House at U of T. I was pretty excited about that, because my own wedding took place at Hart House.
Christine arrived at the wedding just a little after Brian. I loved the light coming in on her face in this picture. Brian was excitedly anticipating seeing Christine in her wedding dress for the first time.
Brian walked down the aisle very confidently. Christine and her dad were all smiles as they made their way towards him.
I love the moments before and after a kiss, even more than the actual kiss. They are always so full of anticipation, love and relief (the latter is especially true if it happens after a wedding ceremony).
Bridal party and some family members in front of the Hart House arches. It was a windy day, but I love how the wind gave some flow to the dresses.
I love how they are looking at each other in the photo on the left and I love the light in the one on the right.
They had a very Toronto wedding, so we had to make sure to incorporate very Toronto landmarks, like the CN Tower!
Their reception took place at Canoe restaurant, which featured excellent food and amazing views of the city as well as beautiful table settings.
I think you could guess where this wedding took place from this photo.
Everyone got into celebrating with the happy couple.
Toronto at night as seen from the window of Canoe. You can also see a photo from Christine and Bryan’s slideshow to the left of the CN Tower and it was hard to avoid my own reflection (on the right of the CN tower).
They learned how to dance for the first dance. I love how the guests are watching and smiling.
Congratulations Christine and Brian! May this beautiful celebration be the beginning of a long and happy life together!
This couple chose the locations for their wedding celebration very carefully. The gorgeous architecture gives the portraits a beautiful background and the Toronto at night shot, wouldn’t have been possible at any other venue.