“Happy life, happy wife.” That’s the wish from the best men at Natasha and Jeff’s wedding. Their wedding day in April was a good start to that life-long goal.
Their wedding kicked off at Nativity of Our Lord Parish in Etobicoke. Located in west-central Etobicoke, the parish has welcomed people of all ethnic backgrounds. It is a fitting location for Natasha and Jeff’s multicultural wedding, as they are of Indian and Filipino backgrounds. The unique wood ceiling and stone walls provided perfect backdrops for our wedding photography Toronto. During the ceremony, the couple locked eyes and exchanged vows, as the church walls threw back the echoes of their promises.
The wedding then continued at McMichael Canadian Art Collection, another popular Vaughan wedding venue, for an afternoon wedding photo shoot. The art gallery’s lofty exhibitions halls provided plenty of opportunities for stunning photos. The bridesmaids and best men posed in front of the pillars of the gallery that overlooked the beautiful Humber River Valley in the spring. The beautiful location coupled with this group of fun people made excellent pictures for their wedding photography Toronto.
The wedding reception was held at Supreme Banquet and Convention Centre. The warm and rosy theme of the banquet hall didn’t seem to help the nervous groom relax. Half way through his speech, Jeff lost track of his script. Natasha stepped in right away to help him, proving once again that the couple was already acting like a seamless team.
One of the highlights of the wedding reception happened when a tux-clad, pint-sized boy took to the floor and showcased his breakdancing moves. But the couple saved the best for the last. Family, friends and guests joined the newlywed couple for a spectacular wedding march, wrapping up a day of excitement and joy.