This was a winter wonderland wedding dream come true! When a bride plans a wedding in January she hopes for snow, and this lucky bride got lots of it. Yiyi and Chenxi tied the knot at the beautiful McClean House at The Estates of Sunnybrook with a backdrop of large snowflakes cascading from the window beside them. This wedding was breath taking, not only because of the setting but because of the unique and special moments we were able to capture for this bride and groom. Their first look was one of our favourites of all time- I just had to open their wedding film with it as the first scene!
Congratulations Yiyi + Chenxi!

Jodie + Mickeal

We had so much fun filming Jodie and Mickeal’s wedding in Niagara on the Lake. They are a fun loving and very humorous couple! Its weddings like this that makes my job not feel like a job. We had a blast!
The Wedding took place all around Niagara on the Lake. Mickeal and Jodie got ready at Vintage Inn’s Queens Landing. They took photos around NOTL and then we headed to Chateau de Charmes for the Ceremony and Reception.
The day was absolutely beautiful and the wedding was something from a movie.
Here are the highlights from Mickeal and Jodie’s Wedding Day!

Featured on “Green Wedding Shoes”!

After a brainstorming meeting one afternoon, the creative gals at Love by Lynzie Weddings + Events decided to put together a styled shoot, combining all of their current obsessions: berries, glitter, disco, and big hair! From the saturated reds of the florals + berries, to the incandescent sparkle of the linens + disco balls, to the pretty vintage details + props, the aesthetic is eye catching + unique — and just in time for Valentine’s Day!

We’re loving so much of this session for snagging ideas for an ultra glam wedding or party! Thanks so much to Elizabeth Kaye for the super pretty images and to Coriander Girl for the beautiful + vibrant florals. How many of you are planning a wedding with a similar, sophisticated feel?

red lips

disco valentines

Love that they incorporated airplants, my fave, into the tablescape!

red table numbers

From LynzieThe shoot incorporated a ton of really fun DIY ideas. We used mirrored squares to created small “half disco ball” bowls for the berries and sugar plums to sit in. We used bright red yarn to make tassel garlands. We edged the berry print napkins and lace linen with bright red pom pom trim. We sprayed and hand glittered the cylinder vases for the berries and the berries were hand picked from my grandmother’s property!

dessert plate setting

strawberry chair decor

red flower crown

disco valentines bouquet

tulle skirt

The lovely gowns were provided by Ferre Sposa Bridal Boutique. And the hair + makeup design, by Ashley ReadingsSarah Smith, was inspired by popular 1970′s disco looks. The brushed out pin-curled hair and bold red lips definitely depict an edgy, vintage-inspired look!

disco valentines

urban dessert backdrop

fruit tarts

airplant decor


detail back dress

Be sure to take a peek at the fun wedding film by Kat of Bright Sky Wedding Designs, too!

Thanks so much to the creative group of wedding artists below for sharing their talents with us today!

Featured on “Style Me Pretty”!

We are honoured to be featured on Style Me Pretty this month! Here is what they had to say about Jen and Jesse’s Wedding!

“Admittedly, my husband is probably the biggest craft beer nerd you’ll ever meet. So a wedding held at Toronto’s Steam Whistle Brewery – well, it’d be right up his alley. And with photos from Root Photography and a film by Bright Sky Wedding Designs, you can see every whimsy-filled moment from beginning to end. Get started right here!

Wedding Video at Steam Whistle Brewery

From the Bride… From the moment Jesse and I met, there was a spark no one could deny, except maybe the two of us. We met in college where I was Jesse’s fraternity sweetheart. Life took us down separate avenues, but then about 10 years later we finally got up the courage to tell each other we enjoyed everything about one another. From then on life has been a whirlwind of fun, filled with travels and laughter.

Family and friends have always been an important element throughout both of our lives. When Jesse was planning to propose, he knew it was important to have our parents to witness. Jesse’s mom and step dad and my mom and dad traveled to Barcelona, Spain for a family trip. Jesse had great plans for an elaborate proposal, but all continued to fail so it started to become comical. First he was going to surprise me with my dog in Spain, but due to many shots he would have to get he realized it would be too hard to slip it by me. He then planned to propose on the top of a mountain then take a gondola to a restaurant at the bottom of the mountain. This was working perfectly until my parents went to the wrong gondola! On the last day of the trip he knew he just had to find an opportunity so while walking on the pier talking about how fun it is to travel together, Jesse got down on bended knee and proposed!

When we got engaged, we both wanted to not only give our guests a fantastic experience, but also in a convenient yet creative location. Some of my family lives in and around Toronto. Jesse’s family and their friends had not been to Toronto before. They admire Toronto and all it has to offer so this was the perfect location to show off the town!

Being from the wedding industry, I wanted to set my wedding apart from the rest. This was done in all of the many details which Lustre Events helped concoct. First, they started with a non traditional theme of “Come to the awesome party . . . oh yeah, and Jen and Jesse will be getting married”. This set the tone for the festivities to come with vibrant yellow and royal blue with grey undertones, and chevron! Toronto is lively with a great love of beer which we share so what better location than a brewery. Steam Whistle Brewery had the elements of a rustic modern space with a great backdrop of iconic images of the city.

Throughout several trips to Toronto during the planning process, Jesse and I let the vendors take control and get creative. From the food, music, setting, and personal elements each meeting was fun and delightful. All vendors stepped up to the plate to show their creativity.

Guests were welcomed with fun directional signage and passed lemonade to cool down on a hot summer day. The ceremony had traditional elements, but with a little twist. We dedicated ourselves to each other, but then the guests were asked to dedicate themselves to us. Also, instead of a sand ceremony or a unity candle, the wedding ceremony included a beer opening. A waiter walked down the aisle with a tray of two beer bottles, two bottle openers my brother had engraved, and one glass. We opened our own bottles then poured into one glass then shared a cheers! As a celebration for the first kiss, the bridal party held up celebratory signage such as “Hooray”, “Love It”, “Kiss her” and “Finally”.

The guests were then escorted into the gallery where they were welcomed with a Steam Whislte Beer and creative hors d’ oeuvres such as fish tacos and margarita shooters, chicken and waffles, soft pretzels & beer (Steam Whistle, of course), and so much more deliciousness. They were able to play games such as life size jenga and ladder golf. The main doors opened up to beautiful long tables with chevron yellow and white runners on grey linens with a mix of wooden boxes with lush arrangements and tall greenery. Scattered throughout the remainder of the tables were small bottles with matching single blooms.

Once dinner and dancing started our guests danced around to the Hora then ate a delicious dinner. For dessert there was not only wedding cake in red velvet and funfetti flavors, but also a creative ice cream sundae bar with toppings themed to our sweet favorites. As if the guests did not have enough food as of yet, we also had a late night snack of the popular Canadian treat of poutine – french fries, gravy and cheese curds! We danced away the night to great tunes, beautiful decor and now we have the most fantastic photos and video to document each moment! Our wedding was everything we wanted plus much, much, more!!”

Elizabeth + Luciano

Winter weddings are always a change of pace for us, but this wedding was exceptionally beautiful. Although, it was pretty chilly out the wedding was still a complete blast and a pleasure for us to capture!
Luciano and Elizabeth are an amazing couple! He is one of the nicest guys we’ve met and she was absolutely stunning and a complete sweet heart!
Here are the highlights from their wedding day!
- BS


Jessica and Kyle have known each other for a while. They were teenagers working at Sobey’s when they met and have been inseparable ever since! We had such a great time shooting this wedding at the beautiful Queen’s Landing in Niagara-on-the-Lake and love how the finished edit came out.

Congratulations Jessica + Kyle!


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