One of the best parts of our job is that we get to wear different hats – well, geographically speaking. Every now and then we have the pleasure of hopping into our car and escaping the city and being a Caledon wedding photographer for the day. Sometimes I wonder why we just don’t pack up and move to Caledon – it’s truly a garden of Eden! It’s so beautiful, the majority of the land untouched by massive contrustion projects or big highways. It’s pure, it’s uncomplicated, it’s inviting – just like a Tralee Wedding Facility wedding is.
If you’ve never been to the Tralee Wedding Facility you need to go – now! (If you’re going to crash a wedding though, be kind and bring a good gift, okay?) Within a matter of minutes you forget how close you are to Toronto – you feel like you’re miles away! The sweet and simple settings that are just rustic enough to have you reminiscing about childhood campsites and adventures all throughout the cocktail hour. The outdoor ceremony location is perfectly shaded so that you only need to worry about saying “I do!” and not about squinting in harsh sunlight. The reception area is light and bright, minimal in design but maximal in impact.
Natasha and Garrit’s wedding day was a short and sweet day. While the majority of our clients opt for a Full or Heirloom story, this couple opted for partial coverage because what was important to them was the ceremony, the formal photos and the cocktail hour – the points in the day where guests are on their feet and having fun! Not every couple needs coverage of speeches; while there certainly are some lovely moments during speeches, the real “meat and potatoes” part of a wedding day is covered completely by the Short Story package and we are seeing more and more clients opting for this kind of coverage throughout 2018 and into 2019. There’s a shift in trends in the wedding industry and Natasha and Garrit were ahead of the times – congratulations to these favourite trend setters!
Captured by Sarah, these Tralee Wedding Facility Photos will make your yearn for more warm summer days and close family visits. Enjoy!