2020 has been the year of postponements, adjustments, downsizing, flexibility and faith. Elissa and Andrew are well versed in these changes as they were supposed to be married on May 30, 2020. We all thought that moving the day to Aug 28, 2020 was a safe bet but when faced with the decision to change the date again or get married, they decided a micro wedding in Toronto was the way to go. And we are so happy they did! As Toronto wedding photographers, we were so happy when Toronto entered Stage 3, as this meant they were able to have a church wedding followed by a wonderful intimate dinner at one of their fave restaurants.
To be honest, this wedding really felt like a wedding, not a micro wedding at all! The attention to detail, the getting ready, ceremony and photos - all were 100% done in true wedding style! If you are looking for some wonderful wedding ideas - take a look at the photos for inspiration as Elissa did a beautiful job!
We captured both photo and video for both bride and groom prep as well as the full ceremony, family photos and then headed to the water for some fabulous wedding party photos and romantics. It was so refreshing to be surrounded by so much positivity, joy, laughter and love.
Elissa wore a stunning Kenneth Winston gown from Michelle My Belle Bridal Boutique and Andrew wore a custom suit from Empire Customs. That beautiful bouquet was created by Extravaganza and makeup was done by Jen Evoy Makeup Studio. And if you are wondering where are those yummy treats are from, look no further - Cake Pop Boutique and Sanremo Bakery
Check out the beautiful photos at Humber Bay Arch Bridge that ended with both Elissa and Andrew in handcuffs! LOL
Congratulations Elissa and Andrew! Looking forward to 2021 when we get to capture your wedding reception - having experienced your micro wedding, we know that your reception will be one heck of a party! XOXO