Regal Nikah Wedding in Toronto (6)

Sumptuous details and joyous festivities abound in today’s real wedding brought to us by Robert Ha of  Luxiar Wedding Photography, based in Toronto, ON!

When we first met Amal and Faseeh, we instantly knew they brought out the best in each other. In our books, this couple was outfitted in the most regal wardrobes we’d have ever seen. We did their wedding photos at Kariya Park and they were so into it, their photos turned out spectacularly.

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Modern and Colorful Geometric Wedding Inspiration (13)

Playful colors combine with crisp lines and an industrial backdrop in this super stylish inspiration shoot brought to us by Olive Studio, based in Toronto, ON! Here’s Olive Studio to tell us more:

Our geometric inspired shoot is full of colour and pretty wedding details that are emphasized by the rough and gritty shipping containers in the background. It’s an unexpected and unusual site for a wedding photo shoot but we just love the contrast of all the beauty against the industrial background.

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Dreamy Wildflower Engagement Session (1)

This lovely rustic engagement shoot comes to us from Samantha Ong Photography, based in Toronto, ON! Here’s Samantha to tell us more:

Laura and Jim met through mutual friends and have known each other for many years. They love being outdoors together, enjoying dinner while watching the sun set around a campfire. I love the way that they describe how much they mean to each other – that they are each other’s everything. For their engagement session, Laura wanted a setting in a field surrounded by wildflowers.

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Fun-filled Urban Engagement in the Distillery District by Melissa Avey Photography (5)

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This sweet engagement shoot, brought to us by Melissa Avey Photography, takes full advantage of Toronto’s marvelous urban landscape! Here’s Melissa to tell us more:

Alisha and Roland are THE sweetest couple around who brought up the idea of having their engagement shoot in the historical Distillery District of Toronto. Naturally I was stoked to do it and we wound up with beautiful weather, good vibes and some lovely photos!

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Mothers on Wedding Day by Focus Photography (2)

Today we’re joined by the team at Focus Production to share some of heartwarming images they’ve captured of mothers celebrating their daughter’s or son’s wedding. Here’s the Focus team to tell us more:

Whether it may be something as simple as saying good morning to you or something as significant as watching you get married, your mother puts her heart into everything she does for you. This very special woman has brought you into this world not only to nurture you to adulthood and beyond, but also to make you into her pride and joy. To every mother out there; thank you dearly!

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Tips for Photographing Silhouettes (3)

Today’s fun and insightful guest post comes to us from Toronto based wedding photographer Leanne of Drastic Images. Enjoy!

All wedding photographer need to do something creative here and there to keep their clients satisfied and make them want to refer their friends. One way to do that is to under promise and over deliver. Creative silhouettes is one way to do that.

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Get to Know a Wedding Photographer in Toronto, ON: Kelvin Young Photography (9)

Get to Know a Wedding Photographer in Toronto, ON: Kelvin Young Photography (10)

Today’s wedding photographer interview is with Kelvin of Kelvin Young Photography based in Toronto, ON! Enjoy:

Tell us a bit about yourself and your company

Hello, my name is Kelvin Young. I started Kelvin Young Photography Inc 8.5 years ago back in 2006 when I was 17 years old. I was one year away from graduating high school and fell in love with photography! I started photographing small events and shows, and then began accepting some paid work. Most wedding photographers stick with wedding and event photography, but throughout the years, I’ve had the privilege and opportunity to branch out into all sorts of photography including food, performance/show, commercial, corporate, architecture and documentary photography. That keeps me happily busy throughout the year, even when wedding season comes to almost a complete stop during the winter months of December to April in Toronto.

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