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June 14, 2016
There was nothing but beauty at this Royal Conservatory of Music wedding. The early summer day was so, so perfect. The sun shone sweetly, the air had a slight breeze, and you could smell the flowers where ever you went.
There were tears, laughs, and a few shots along the way.
I’ll get to how incredible this couple was in a bit, but first, major kudos go to the entire bridal party for not only looking smashing, but being such great support for their favourite couple throughout the entire day.
Their wonderful families, who took such care in helping create a dream day, also deserve the highest regards. Your speeches even brought a little tear to my eye.
Adam and Nadine met in an elevator nine years ago. “Elevator boy” as Nadine referred to him to her friends at the beginning of their relationship, looked dapper and handsome in his classic black suit and bowtie.
And what can be said about Nadine. Girl, it would be hard to top how lovely and stunning you looking that day. Your lace, long sleeved dress suited you so well, and your hair and make-up was perfect. But most importantly, your smile shone so brightly from the beginning of the day to the end. The most beautiful bride is a happy bride, and I”m not sure there has ever been a happier one than you.
The dream team of wedding designer Karina Lemke, florist Cool Green and Shady, and officiant Sarah Bunnett-Gibson came together to create this day for a couple we all were happy we got to know.
The gold, greens, and blushed were the perfect compliment for this Royal Conservatory os Music wedding, and suited the space perfectly.
Thank you, everyone, for making my job easy.
Have a look at their super cool Ossington Engagement Session here.
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