Rebecca + Laurent had the most beautiful George Restaurant wedding day. It wasn’t just the amazing locations that made the day beatiful – even though the Trinity College chapel wedding photos are ones to gush over. What made their wedding extra beautiful was that they made time for moments.
Being a documentary wedding photographer, we capture emotion, action and reactions. The tricky things with weddings, through, is that sometimes they are so fast paced that we don’t give ourselves time to feel the feelings, you know? Rebecca + Laurent made sure that they scheduled time to truly be with their friends and family including chill time in the morning, special moments with grandparents, and a first look not only with each other but between Rebecca and her dad, too. All of this happened before even heading to their George Restaurant wedding reception, too! What an emotion-filled day!
Thank you for capturing such an amazing day for the Ten·2·Ten team, Lea!
Tips for a George Restaurant Wedding
- George Restaurant, like many intimate restaurant weddings, is a smaller space which means that depending on guest count, it can be a bit of a tight squeeze. Make sure the VIPs, like grandparents, or anybody that required accommodations has assigned seating in a spot that will allow them to easily access anything they need like washrooms, without having to eave through tables.
- Like many intimate wedding spaces, be cautious of your decor. Smaller, more intimate spaces mean that decor that is too large can not only be distracting but obstruct views of the important events.
- After everyone’s bellies are full (because the food is DELISH!) have your guests send you off with a sparkler exit – it’s totally worth it!