Lisa Mark Photography » Toronto & GTA Wedding Photography

Terre Bleu Lavender Farm, Milton, Ontario, Canada, Engagement Photography, Milton wedding photographer

We had the pleasure of visiting a new shoot location this past summer along with an adorable couple David & Adriana.  I was a big fan of shooting at a lavender farm once before, and shooting at Terre Bleu was heaven because not only was it gorgeous, the friendly owners not only gave us a tour but even brought out the most lovely horse for our photos!  Her name is Enya and she was so cute!

David & Adriana totally brought the romance (along with some wine to share while surrounded by lavender blossoms), and it’s probably as close to heaven as you can get.  A big thanks to these two for being all smiles and having a few laughs.  Thanks for letting me capture your love on camera!

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Rockwood Conservation Area, Mill Ruins, Engagement photography, Guelph wedding photographer Lisa Mark Photography, summer

Meet Kim & Mike – these two beautiful people actually live just down the road from us in Rockwood!  Since we are shooting their wedding this November, we decided to head out to a local landmark at the Rockwood Conservation Area and the Mill Ruins for their engagement shoot.  Kim & Mike were so much fun and so outgoing – I even asked them to play around in the water and they were happy to do it!  SO fun.  Their wedding is going to be awesome, so stay tuned!

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Thompson Hotel Toronto, wedding photography, summer, Toronto skyline, sunset, twilight, Laura K Invitations, Evolved Entertainment, wedding officiant Jeremy Citron, downtown, outdoor wedding ceremony

A beautiful couple on a beautiful day.  That basically sums up Sameena & Bem’s wedding day.  The whole affair took place at The Thompson Toronto and one of our favourite wedding officiants Jeremy Citron presided over the ceremony which took place on the lower roof.  The talented Laura K took care of the lovely wedding invitations, decor & signage, and Sam Fleming of Evolved Entertainment kept the party rocking all night long.

Once again, pictures really do tell the story best, especially when it comes to two gorgeous people like Sameena and Bem who are so head over heels in love!

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The Burroughes Building, wedding photography, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, The Historic Distillery District, Arta Gallery wedding ceremony, Om T.O., summer wedding, Unique wedding venues in Toronto, mason jars, shabby chic

I have to apologize in advance – this is going to be a long post.  If I had this hard a time editing down the images for this blog post, just imagine how long it took me to edit down all the initial captures!

When Justin & I shot Jennifer & Terence’s engagement photos at Pillitteri Estates Winery last year, we knew these two would just shine on their wedding day.  They are so in love and were so natural together in front of the camera.  On the wedding day we weren’t disappointed!  The whole day was gorgeous and Bride & Groom were beaming, so happy to finally become husband & wife.

The day began at Jennifer’s family home, where I found her wedding dress gorgeously displayed on a dress judy that was given to her by her seamstress.  I couldn’t believe how perfect it looked when I walked upstairs!

Jennifer, the bridesmaids (and Jennifer’s mum) had their hair and make-up done at the house, and once they were flawlessly made-up, we shot a few getting ready photos with Jennifer before she had a beautiful “first look” moment with her dad.  It was so touching, and I was so excited to be able to capture those images for them.  These are real moments and the best reason in the world to be a wedding photographer.  I hope her grandkids look at those photos one day and see how proud their great grandparents were of their mum.  But I digress…

The wedding ceremony took place at Arta Gallery in the Distillery District.  It just so happened that there was a massive yoga event going on at the always bustling Distillery District that day, called OM T.O. and so much of the area wasn’t available for photos.  We were lucky though and found some gorgeous light down one of the alleyways, along with the old rusted out Distillery truck.  Jennifer & Terence are pretty fun and even decided to take a silly ‘yoga pose’ photo before we headed off in the limo bus to their reception.

One entertaining limo bus ride later (where the champagne was free flowing!) we arrived at The Burroughes Building for Jennifer & Terence’s wedding reception.  This was the first time we’ve shot at this spot and wow.  Pretty cool venue!  It was so cool it recently made the top of my list of ‘Top 5 Most Unique Toronto Wedding Venues‘.

The Burroughes Building features really cool exposed brick walls, beams overheard, wooden floors and an awesome rooftop patio with a view of the CN Tower and city skyline.  A perfect place for post-ceremony cocktail hour.  The happy newlyweds also made it up to the rooftop after the traditional Chinese tea ceremony took place inside.

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  • September 6, 2014 - 9:06 am

    Jennifer Ballard - Amazing work as always guys! I really love these!