The first thing I instantly noticed when I met Rose and George the first time was their amazing connection to one another. They laughed at each other's jokes, complimented each other's ideas and they both had the exact same vision for their wedding pictures - to capture the essence of their relationship and of the day. So, needless to say, we were both really excited to photograph Rose and George's big day because we knew that, as long as we could place them together, all we would have to do is press the shutter and we were guaranteed to create a great image.We started out the morning at Rose and George's newly built home in East York where we joined the action of the ladies getting ready, Rose's family and friends helping to finish final touches and Rose putting on her wedding dress for the last time. We were welcomed into the house with open arms and felt right at home capturing all the excitement while trying to pull out all the funky architectural elements from their new house. We then met up with George at the church to grab a couple of fun images of him enjoying his time anxiously waiting for his bride to arrive in the limo.
Following the ceremony, we spent about an hour working with the bride and groom alone as we wandering the Brickworks and incorporated many of the features that make this such a special spot. We were even graced by the famous Canadian Snow Birds as they flew over during the airshow that was taking place on this long weekend. Following some family pictures, it was time for the night to begin at the fabulous Cafe Belong in the Brickworks where the staff went above and beyond to provide all the guests with amazing service, food and hospitality.
This was definitely a very special wedding for us to have been a part of and we can't help but smile every time we look through Rose and George's images. Thanks for having us and we wish you both all the best as you start your new lives together!
Gary + Sheena