When A told me that they were getting married on a boat… for some reason I thought this would be a small wedding (like 30 peoples). But after hearing about the details, it was actually a good amount of guests (100+), which is crazy as I never knew Toronto had a boat that held this many people.
Before I get into the details of the wedding… I want say that I think A is truly a good person. Although I hadn’t known the bride for a long time as I only met her a month or two before her wedding… each interaction we had gave me the sense that she is very kind, sweet and caring person. On the day of the wedding, Kevin and I started together at the Radisson Hotel where A was getting ready. It was a different scene than my usual brides getting ready as A was the one helping everyone else get ready and was making sure her father-in-law was well taken care of. The walk from the Radisson to the Boat was only minutes away…and when everyone was ready… they had a bag piper lead the way to the boat. It was a pretty spectacular greeting as you can imagine having your family and friends cheer you on from a huge boat as you board.
The ceremony was really beautiful as we circled Toronto… getting the skyline as a backdrop. As we looked around, every guest was loving the view as they witnessed A&J tie the knot. The night was even prettier as the sunset when dinner took place and everyone got to party at the top of the ship after.
I really liked this cool venue. I want to thank my friend Kristina for introducing me to her friend A… I really appreciate the support. I want to thank my second lead Kevin C.. for shooting this with me and doing a back to back wedding the next day. I especially want to Thank A and J for having us document your special day. Here are a few pics I wanted to share as we edit the rest.
Your Friend, Leon