Millie and Nuno were introduced to me by my good friend, Erika, who is also a good friend of theirs, so I knew they would be great people.
Erika and Millie know each other from Flamenco dancing at Cristina Pora’s ballet school.
Militza was already dressed when I arrived. I caught her reflections in these mirrors. I love how they had one mirror on top of another at slightly different angles.
We went outside for a quick photo of the bridesmaids.
Meanwhile, my associate, Sarah was outside at Nuno’s place, taking photos of the groomsmen.
They arrived at the church before us, where she took a few pictures of Nuno before the ceremony.
Millie’s mom walked her down the aisle of Sts. Martha and Mary parish. As you can see, Millie was quite excited.
Sometimes I love the anticipating photos even more than the standard photos during a ceremony. I love how they both look so happy in the photo shown below.
I forget what was so funny, but the Matron of Honour is sure having a good laugh!
We went to the Humber Arboretum for the bridal party photos.
One of the really great things about the Aboretum is that is has both indoor and outdoor areas.
Nuno loves Batman, so he was wearing batman cufflinks.
Millie wanted a photo showing the back of her dress.
First dance at Le Parc.
Millie’s Niece and Nephew sang a beautiful duet.
I have rarely seen a bride and groom enjoying doing their wedding speech together as much as these two!
Their speech certainly cracked up the bridal party.
Nuno and his mom enjoy the mother-son dance.
Erika leads the flamenco group in a dance performance for the wedding reception.
Bouquet toss, of course.
Congrats again on your marriage, Nuno and Millie! I am looking forward to seeing you again, soon.