The Love (Actually) Exhibition is a group photo-show showcasing the power of love & happiness in real moments during weddings. It’s returning for it’s second time and will be an annual show at the Gladstone Hotel. Show run: January 30th until Feb 25th. Open daily 12-5pm
To all the families who've invited me into their homes and their hearts; thank you for your support. You make what I do such rewarding work and I feel so very excited to capture the realness of your lives.
Going to a wedding? Or, maybe getting married and want to give some handy advice to those people attending your wedding? Here is some great tips, tricks and valuable advice from a whole slew of wedding people!
City love affairs. From the super cute cafe, The Walton, to Trinity Bellwoods Park, then Ossington right before the rain took over; it was just what this love story called for. Ashley & Faiz's Toronto love story.
An intimate boho wedding by the water with two lovers. It was windy, it was full of laughter and it was a day that made the heart want to burst from love. These two held a wedding that was truly representative of them and it makes me smile knowing how genuinely them their wedding day was.
Friday Favourites. Once or twice a month I am going to share some of my favourites with you. Favourites like my favourite place to grab a coffee, my favourite spot to escape to in Toronto, a favourite florals arrangement or local florist, my favourite band or current song on repeat, the best piece of wedding advice I can offer, my favourite boutique/shop, even a favourite beauty product that really has become a beloved part of my daily ritual. And also of course someone I find inspiring. I hope you'll enjoy!
It's been over a year since they said 'I do' and their love just seems to get stronger, and steamier. Over coffee & chocolate covered almonds, on a chilly spring morning, I visit with these two souls in their cozy aparment. They reminisced about their relationship, talked about the future adventures and spent most of the morning entangled with one another. At home sessions make my heart warm and happy.
This past fall on a chilly, but sunny weekend, in Prince Edward County, the wedding of Kelly & James warmed everyone's heart. These two threw quite a shindig, complete with endless charcuterie, magnums of Norman Hardie wine, sushi, a band that brought down the house and some of the best dancing I ever did see, especially from the groom. There was laughter and there were tears (only happy, feel it in your heart tears) and it was one of those weddings you'll just never forget.