Okay. There are about a million images in this blog post. A million. And I am going to make no apologies for it. If you are a photographer looking at me in disgust, please divert your eyes now. Because here I am sharing a lot of images of what was a really incredible wedding and I will make no excuses for it. Amy and Peder. There is lots to say about these two. We did their engagement portrait session ten days before their wedding and I laugh-cried throughout the entire session. These two are special. They have a great story. They love hard. And they are loved back by everyone who surrounds them even harder. Their wedding was a testament of who they are. Amy used her crafty skills wherever possible. They included family heirlooms. And colour. All of the colour. And the best thing was: they didn’t hold back when emotions stirred inside, they let them all out. (And yes, I teared up along with them, attempting, rather poorly, to do so behind my camera.) These two love fearlessly and nothing in this life will hold them back because together, they can conquer anything. Enjoy the images, all of them. It’s fun to relive the day through them. I am so thankful that Amy and Peder found their way to me.
A couple of things: their amazing DJ played records. As in the real thing. Klaus on King Street was kind enough to let us take photos inside their store after I spied their incredible light fixtures. The only thing missing from their wedding was their cat, Tybalt. Their wedding favour was a pack of cards with his portrait. Amy and Peder chose to do their first dance immediately following the ceremony. They walked down the aisle and bam, it happened! I loved that everyone was already in place to watch it. The Berkeley Field House is one of the most unique wedding venues in Toronto – just look at the treehouse for proof of that. Congratulation, you love cats! x