When Ashleigh & Kyle decided to have a Deer Creek Wedding, I knew it was going to be an elegant evening. Ashleigh worked so hard to make sure that each and every detail of the day was perfect and her efforts truly paid off. Everything from hiring a great MUA to making sure the hanger had floral accents; Ashleigh truly didn’t miss a beat! Normally Toronto wedding photographers spend a lot of time in hotels or banquet halls for weddings, that’s why having the opportunity to shoot at Deer Creek was so great!
Take a peek at their Deer Creek wedding photos and see for yourself…
The details are such a hugely important part of the wedding day. The details are what every bride and grooms spends hours (if not more!) obsessing over. Is it the right fit? Is it too much? Not enough? The details of a wedding day, in my personal opinion, need to be captured in order to have a complete story.
Ashleigh & Kyle opted to do a first look in his parents backyard. They used balloons to separate them and on the count of three, the balloons flew into the air and they were finally able to embrace. The balloons; although functional in this instance, also served a significance for Kyle, his family and all involved. It was a great way to work in special memories into an already special day.
There’s no doubt about it; rain was rolling in! When you have a Toronto golf course wedding, it’s important to realize that you maaaaay not have very much rain coverage. Golf courses aren’t known for their nooks and crannies, after all. Golf courses are known for their wide open spaces and vast green grasses. So what do you do when the clouds start rolling in and the wind tries to carry your veil away? You just keep shooting – that’s what you do! It’s your wedding day – show mother nature who’s the boss!
(And yes, we finished our entire session before the rain decided to show!)
There ceremony; which was supposed to be outdoors, ended up indoors at the last minute. While the rain may have held off for the portraits, it didn’t for the ceremony. Ashleigh said she wasn’t going to cry…. but she was wrong.
Once the skies started to darken and bellies were full from dinner, it was time to open the dance floor!