If you want to find some autumn wedding inspiration, look no further. Kateleen and Edmond’s wedding day was absolutely perfect, from getting ready at home to the religious church ceremony to the outdoors photoshoot and last, but not least, the luxurious wedding reception at Paradise Banquet Hall.
Kateleen wore a pink satin robe as she had her hair and makeup done for the church ceremony. It matched her bouquet of cascading pink and cream roses with greenery—what a beauty of a bouquet the florist created.
Her dress featured an eye-catching lace design with intricate beading and the off-the-shoulder creation was surely made with a modern bride in mind. She wore a tiara with a high bun, a long veil and crystal jewelry. How beautiful she looked with the help of her bridesmaids and mother.
There is an image we took that is one of the best from the getting ready collection. The bride’s reflection is caught in the mirror as she puts her earring in.
At the church, the altar was decorated with fall harvest items, including hay, pumpkins, flowers and grapes. A live trio band played as the flower girl and bridesmaids entered the church ahead of the bride and her parents. Edmond looked happy and handsome as he waited for his wife-to-be with the minister.
The ceremony included beautiful prayers, music, hymns and communion. The couple exchanged rings and vows and moved their friends and family to tears with promises of love, life and laughter for many years ahead.
After the ceremony, we went to Unionville Markham for a photoshoot with the couple and their bridal party. Every Unionville wedding photographer loves the old world charm of this area. We captured shot after shot of the couple on the rustic railway tracks with the bright red train station in the background. The quaint buildings, well-preserved historical shopfronts and lovely gardens make you want to stop and take photos at each place.
Pink lace and sequined table cloths, tall floral centerpieces and candles made a dreamy atmosphere for the evening celebrations. The couple had a sweetheart table for themselves on a stage. Their elaborate wedding cake had their initials on it and sat atop a gorgeous rose gold cake stand.
The couple made their grand entrance to dinner and the wedding guests cheered to see them arrive for the party. Later the newlyweds changed their outfits and everyone admired the bride’s bright blue evening gown. They wowed with a spectacular first dance, including an impressive airlift while surrounded by the dreamy cloud from the dry ice machine. A fantastic night was had by all and the celebrations continued well into the night.
If you are getting married in Unionville or anywhere in Toronto or the greater area, we would love to hear from you. The wedding season is looking busy so let’s talk soon and put together a wedding photography and videography package you will treasure for years to come.