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Toronto Wedding Photography | Samantha+Michael | Woodbridge, Vaughan | Bellvue Manor

Samantha and Michael were an absolute pleasure to photograph. It was only two weeks before their wedding that we did the engagement session so the engagement and wedding felt like one big awesome shoot.

The groomsmen got ready at Michael’s parents house up in Bolton and Samantha got ready at her parents’ house in Stouffville. So I split up the team as usual and sent Christian to capture the guys getting ready as I concentrated on Samantha and her family. Both Samantha and Michael looked absolutely stunning and were glowing with love and happiness for one another.

The ceremony took place at the St. Patrick’s Church in Brampton, a church that is especially dear to Michael’s family since they have been attending it for years.

After the ceremony we headed over to Michael’s parents gorgeous home for a wonderful catered lunch. We also had a chance to take some fantastic shots at the residence before heading to Bellvue Manor in Vaughan.

During the evening, guests were entertained not once but twice by the stunning girls of Samba Brasil Entertainment. I too found this part to be very entertaining :-)

The evening wrapped out with a cake cutting and, off course, the bouquet and garter toss.

Samantha and Michael: Both of us had an absolutely wonderful time capturing your wedding and thank you for allowing us to share this day with the both of you. Once again congratulations and wish you all the best!

Church: St. Patrick’s in Brampton
Venue: Bellvue Manor Special Event Venue in Vaughan
Entertainment: Samba Brasil Entertainment
Wedding Planner: Chrystal Salvino from Beautiful Day

Featured on theringbearer.ca

I was very excited to see an interview I did with theringbearer.ca for their wedding inspiration series that features a Toronto wedding photographer featured on the home page :-)

Amidst the last minute to-do’s and stomach-stirring anticipation of his wedding day, Andrew paces around his Collingwood home. Sunlight streams through the enormous windows and illuminates the room. Soon Andrew’s groomsmen will arrive and he will begin getting ready to make memories on his big day, and capture them on film for decades to come. But even before he slips on his tuxedo, adorns his lapel with a boutonniere, or even changes out of his t-shirt, a lifelong relationship is instantly captured on film.

As Andrew’s mom is about to leave to get ready, she is overcome with emotion and a tear rolls down her cheek. Immediately she wraps her arms around her son’s neck and embraces him. Arms entwined, cheeks pressed up against one another, Andrew and his mom share a loving embrace. When Toronto wedding photographer Paul Koziorowski of one² photography sees it unfold, he doesn’t hesitate. Quickly, he raises his camera shoots. And in that same instant, the lifelong bond between a son and his mom is recorded…. Click here to read the full article.

NOTE: It mentions in the interview “captured on film” I just want to clarify that it was meant in a metaphorical way as I shoot all of my weddings using only digital equipment.