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Ken and Katrina | Holland Marsh Winery Wedding

I’m busy catching up on blogging some beautiful 2017 weddings and boy is this one worth the wait. You can see their amazing cottage engagement session here.

Ken and Katrina were married at the beautiful Holland Marsh Wineries in Newmarket. Together they planned a lovely wedding that celebrated their relationship with each other and their friends and family. They are both very close with their families and it was evident throughout the whole day. Katrina wanted to make sure to have special moments with her grandmother and her father and they were some of the most emotional moments of the day.

The rain came and went that day and what came of it were bursts of light and some amazing storm clouds. They rode through it all and took full advantage of the beauty of changing weather. The big, beautiful sunflowers that were sprinkled throughout brought all the sunshine to the festivities. One of my most favourite moments was during their first look. Ken wasn’t sure that he would cry at all and Katrina had been teasing him about it leading up to the wedding. But when he first laid his eyes on her he was instantly overwhelmed and she couldn’t help but laugh at his sweet reaction. It was a true testament to their loving and playful relationship. This playfulness extended all the way through to their dances. Katrina with her dad and Ken with his mom bust out some serious dance moves that would make anyone envious.

This wedding was a joy to be a part of and I’m so excited to share it here today. Now as we enter 2019, these two are expecting twins! I know that their fun personalities will make them the most wonderful parents in the world.

Vendor Love

Flowers | Mid Valley Gardens

Bridal Wear | The Gown Newmarket

Bridesmaid | Bliss Bridal

Decorations | Posh Beyond

Venue | Holland Marsh Wineries

Catering | O’Malleys Catering

2017 Year in Review

Every year I wonder how the previous year flew by so quickly! I mean seriously how does that happen? 2017 was a year filled with amazing weddings and just badass people to get to work with. I can't believe how lucky I was to be able to capture each of these unique weddings, engagements and family moments.

There are two many favourite moments for me to possibly cover them all! I got to photograph sweet moments between a bride and her bird, mini golfed till the sun went down, danced like no one was watching, laughed till I cried at some hilarious speeches, embraced the rain, wind and snow. I met so many wonderful new people! We popped champagne and stopped for beers. We snuck out of ceremonies to bathe in sunsets. 

I can never explain how grateful I am to each of you for inviting me into your lives and into your celebrations. For trusting me and giving me room to create. I can not wait to see what 2018 will bring and all the new memories I will be reflecting on next year. 

Arynn Photography | Toronto Wedding Photographer

Amelia and Jacob | Casa Loma Wedding

"Once upon a time
in a faraway land...
a young prince
lived in a shining castle."

Princess Belle and Prince Adam were married... oops I mean Amelia and Jacob were married at Casa Loma in Toronto this past September on a beautiful warm, sunny day. A fairytale ceremony took place in the bright conservatory and after that they slayed all over the grounds for their photos looking very model-esque and every bit the storybook couple.

Can we take a moment to talk about her dress! I audibly gasped when I saw this beautiful Stella York creation. A gown fit for a princess. 

Venue: Casa Loma
Dress: The Gown Newmarket - Stella York

Arynn Photography | Toronto Wedding Photographer

Mike and Matt | Malaparte Wedding

The date was June 25th and a stylish wedding was taking place. Several years after meeting online, Mike and Matt were tying the knot in a beautiful downtown ceremony at Malaparte in Toronto.

Shooting this wedding was a glorious experience. Not only were these two on their handsome game but they brought their adorable pup Jake who did a fabulous job as the official ring bearer.

Being with them and their closest friends and family was so beautiful. The speeches were filled with personal stories and you could really tell how much love was felt for both of them. In the wake of what is going on in the world today their friend said it the best.

"It is amazing we live in a time where a person is judged not by who they love, but how they love."

Cheers to both Mike and Matt and the start of a new marriage and an endlessly happy life together.

Venue: Malaparte
Flowers: Opening Night Flowers
Groom Attire: Suit Supply
Cake: PS By Pretty Sweet
Music: Simple DJ
Officiant: All Seasons Weddings

Arynn Photography | Toronto Wedding Photographer