This message greeted Karen as she walked into the schoolhouse, before she walked down the aisle.
Jeremy proposed to Karen with this green plastic ring that he got from a Christmas cracker. The ring on her finger was designed and given to her later (she did say ‘yes’ when he proposed with the plastic one).
Aren’t Karen’s niece and nephew adorable? I think they’re also the first ring bearer and flower girl that young that I’ve seen successfully walk down the aisle!
Ceremony! This took place at the Enoch Turner Schoolhouse.
They smiled at each other like this throughout most of the ceremony.
Sarah (who was also photographing this wedding) told me that her favourite moment of every wedding is just after the ceremony when the wedding party congratulates the bride and groom. Here is one of her photos from that moment.
Group photo with EVERYONE who was in attendance at the wedding.
The wedding party in front of the Enoch Turner Schoolhouse.
Karen and Jeremy in front of the schoolhouse and in front of the famous tree just outside the schoolhouse. Apparently, the tree was featured in a calendar recently. The tree also symbolizes Karen and Jeremy’s commitment to the environment. For instance, they used Bullfrog Power for their ceremony and reception and Tree Canada to offset carbon emissions. They also featured local cheeses, flowers and favours.
Don’t you love grooms with bouquets?
Just in front of the King St. streetcar!
The cool building behind Karen and Jeremy apparently also belongs to the schoolhouse. The architecture was too good to pass up and isn’t that a romantic tree?
There was lots of laughter throughout the speeches.
I love how the guests danced at this wedding. Everyone got right into it!
Thanks to Brian Tao, from Luxography for helping us out with the reception images.
Congratulations, Karen and Jeremy!!