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Ashley and Patrick's Atlantis Wedding {Toronto}

I sat down to write about Ashley and Patrick's Irish-Canadian wedding searching for a good Irish proverb about marriage. A nice lead-in, I thought!  Twenty minutes later I was still sitting there, my head sinking into my open palm. These must be the cheekiest people on the planet, I conceded! Jokes, teases, witty quips about wives and woes and the only cure for love being marriage ... Then it came to me that laughter and silliness were what made Ashley and Patrick's wedding so fun to be at and so great to photograph. The bride and groom's colourful Irish guests (both in character and in dress!), a group of witty groomsmen, a candy bar as far as the eye could see, a dress up photo booth, a ladies dance mob - even the priest had a few jokes up his sleeve. You don't need the famous words of a poet to highlight that some people have the gift of a light-hearted spirit, quick wit and unconditional love. Patrick and Ashley, we wish you a lifetime of these virtues!

Angela and László

Sabrina and Daniele's Italian-Canadian Wedding Reception

Like so many couples who don't grow up in the same country, Sabrina and Daniele were challenged with the task of celebrating their marriage, not once, but twice! After their Italian wedding they jetted to Canada where Sabrina's family was eagerly awaiting their opportunity to dance circles around their newest family bride and welcome her charming new husband. Not only did they throw a fantastic Italian-Canadian wedding reception, but they did it with equal parts class and silliness which both Sabrina and Daniele carry so well. It takes a good deal of good spirit and silliness to cancel out a rainy day, but with the help of their boisterous family, they gave us all something beautiful to remember them by.

Sending love and light,

Angela & László

Karyn and Dan's Waterfront Wedding {Spencer's on the Waterfront}

When two people get married after ten years, like Karyn and Dan did this past summer, they invite all those years of history to come too. Having known one another through such growth and change - it's no surprise that their wedding day was an emotional one. We too felt it. It stayed with us for days (one of the many rejuvenating gifts we get from photographing weddings). Working through their wedding collection I realized they had been doing their best to slow down every moment - cheek to cheek or foreheads together or eyes locked in gaze. What a deep well of thoughts and memories they could have drawn from in those silent pauses.

We wish you millions more of those moments Karyn and Dan! And we hope our art will help you go back in time anytime you please.

 

 

 

Love and light,

Angela and László