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February 22, 2018
Not sure there’s anything more lovely than fall light, autumn colours, a candle lit chapel, and two people in love. Alex and Lindsay’s boho wedding at the Doctor’s House was simply perfect.
Keeping it very intimate, the couple celebrated with just a few dozen of their closest family and friends. It created such a nice atmosphere, as the couple could go around and truly interact with all of their guests.
It was a beautiful, although chilly, late fall day. I know all the gorgeous bridesmaids were shivering behind their smiles, but kudos for toughing it out. It was worth it!
I loved how much these two laughed and joked with each other. It was really sweet to watch. You could tell they were having SUCH a great time. As you should on your wedding day.
In addition, their bridal party was funny AF. Usually, I have to use my photographer tricks to get people to emote. But here, I kept finding myself saying “settle down guys”, we need to take photos now.
This was boho all the way. Lindsay ordered her Grace Loves Lace dress online (GASP!) and it worked out so perfectly. Her golden flower crown was a lovely detail to complete the look.
Alex looked like a million bucks in his navy suit, complete with his extra special cufflinks.
I’m also totally obsessed with the groomsmen’s brown suits, which is a fall wedding touch you don’t see very often. They nailed it!
The Doctor’s House itself dates back to 1867, the year of the Confederation. It earned its name being home to a succession of medical men, the last of whom, Dr. Thomas Henry Robinson, practiced there for 52 years. In summer 2012, it became one of the most quaint wedding and event spaces in the GTA.
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