Nicole & Michael | The Doctor’s House Wedding Photo
About This Project
The Doctor’s House Wedding Photo
We believe that a happy marriage is about three things: memories of togetherness, forgiveness of mistakes and a promise to never give up on each other. And here at Focus Productions, Toronto’s best wedding photography and cinematography registry of the world’s best weddings, we have witnessed the beautiful couple Nicole and Michael promise each other to be there no matter what happens. And this is truly a sign of love. That above everything else, you choose your partner, whatever it is.
On a bright and beautiful Autumn day, Nicole and Michael’s big day has finally come. Two years of planning. Two years of decision-making. And two years of going back and forth with all the planning for the most important day of their lives. It is finally here, says Michael. And indeed it has. Which is why we here at Focus Productions is so delighted to be a part of this joyous union of two, beautiful hearts. And we are here to capture it.
For the venue, Nicole and Michael chose the beautiful The Doctor’s House for their ceremony and wedding reception. And it was perfect. The venue was decorated in an all-white ensemble. Fresh white flowers, white sheets, white ribbons. It was so beautiful and elegant. It was dreamy and grand.
Making the best out of the location, the newlyweds posed with their bridesmaids and groomsmen around the venue. Thus, giving us these wonderful shots of green and white. And finally, after the exchange of vows, the guests welcomed the newlyweds at The Doctor’s House for their wedding reception. The excitement and the emotions were vivid all throughout the occasion. With speeches delivered by their closest friends and their respective families, the newlyweds were touched and their hearts were full. It was indeed a hearty celebration of their love. Weddings like this, here at Focus Productions, Toronto’s top photography and cinematography registry of the world’s quality weddings, is one we remember and felt grateful for to have captured the moment that significantly changed their lives.