Lauren & Kenneth chose the Fairmont Royal York in downtown Toronto as the setting for their amazing wedding. The day started at their respective homes where bride and groom each got ready with their bridesmaids and groomsmen. Kenneth arrived at Lauren’s place in the early afternoon but as the custom for an Asian wedding, he had to persuade the bridesmaid to let him and his entourage through the front door. He and his guys first had to master the door games that the girls had planned while Lauren watched through FaceTime upstairs in another room. After a lot of fun and laughter, Kenneth finally got the go ahead to see his bride for the first time on wedding day. First stop was Kenneth’s home where a tea ceremony was performed with the groom’s family. This tradition was followed by Lauren getting into her white wedding dress. The couple’s touching first look took place in front of the house. Ater a few photos, the wedding party jumped into the limo to be whisked off to the University of Toronto. Perfect setting for their creative session with the wedding photographer and wedding videographer. a few hours later at the Fairmont Royal York, they exchanged their forever vows and exchanged rings in a very emotional ceremony officiated by Tade the Marrying Lady. The reception space afterwards was a gorgeous sight with beautiful florals everywhere and the celebration was incredible!
Wedding Videography: Summerfield Films
Venue: Fairmont Royal York
Planner: Blue Lavender Events
Florals: Bloom + Co
Officiant: The Marrying Lady
Joanne & Tim at Willow Springs Winery | Outdoor Wedding Videographers
There’s something about a wedding at a winery that is so unique and wonderful to behold. As Toronto wedding videographers, we film all over the city at many urban venues, most of them quite breathtaking. However, on occasion we get the opportunity to drive beyond the city limits and film weddings in some of the sweet rural venues that lie near the edges of the GTA. Willow Springs Winery in the countryside near Stouffville is just such a rural venue, and the spot Joanne and Tim decided on as the place where they would be married. Their wedding day was a busy one with no shortage of activity to capture for their wedding video: bride and groom prep, door games, tea services in two different locations, their first look, and that’s just for starters! Their day was brilliant, sunny, and beautiful. The wedding couple were thrilled, oh so photogenic, and as they should be… very much in love. Our video cameras caught many special moments, which we’d like to share with you here. Enjoy Joanne and Tim’s wedding highlights film! Produced by Summerfield Films | Directed by John Summerfield | Videography by John Summerfield