I'm Dianne, and welcome to my blog! I'm a wedding pho-tographer based in Southwestern Ontario, and I just love meeting people in every stage of life. I have to admit that love stories are my favourite! I'd love it if you'd grab a great glass of wine, snuggle up on the couch, and browse through everything that I've been up to lately. Go see what there is to know about this amazing DVI community. If you want to learn more about me and my story...
I'm Dianne, and welcome to my blog! I'm a wedding pho-tographer based in South-
western Ontario, and I just love meeting people in every stage of life. I have to admit that love stories are my favourite! I'd love it if you'd grab a great glass of wine, snuggle up on the couch, and browse through everything that I've been up to lately. Go see what there is to know about this amazing DVI community. If you want to learn more about me and my story...
I can’t even begin to explain how amazing it’s been this second year as an official Ontario photographer. I’ve made so many friends, hugged so many kids, congratulated ten newlywed couples as their photographer, and exceeded my expectations beyond belief. I just couldn’t help putting together this quick blog post on the first day of the new year, thanking all of my clients. Instead of picking just ten or so of my favourite photos, I decided to take my favourite of each session. This means that if you had a session with me (and I had permission to share), you’ll see one of your photos here below! Even my mini session clients that weren’t blogged are here!
I’ve grown immensely over this last year, and it’s something that brings me to a place of sincere gratitude! It wouldn’t have been possible without you! All my couples have put so much trust in me, and I hope I did not disappoint. The messages that I have received, especially from family members after a wedding of their son/daughter/sister/friend, have warmed my heart. I’ve had the opportunity to travel to Florida to learn even more about serving you better, and then just recently to Vancouver for a gorgeous wedding! I captured so many families, and a lot of them became our friends. I’m excited for what the future holds, and I’d love to capture your family again this year.
To my couples getting married this year (whose engagement session is pictured below, and those who I haven’t gotten to capture yet); I. AM. SO. EXCITED!!! Wherever and whenever you’re having your big day, just know that I’m more invested than you could imagine. I’ll be on hand before your wedding to help you set that timeline. And of course on your big day to capture all the things that you put so much thought into.
At the beginning of the month of March, I will be implementing the new DVI Family Session Experience. This is going to come with a few new surprises, in addition to the surprises that have already been in place up until now (don’t give it away if you know!) There will be something special for everyone, all in their own time. Mini sessions will still be available at least once this year; please feel free to reach out if you are wondering when they’ll take place. The DVI Family Session Style Guide is currently being updated and expanded, and it’s going to be amazing!!! All in all, if 2020 is only half as good to me as Ontario photographer as 2019 was, I will be very blessed.
The first wedding was such a cold one, but the couple made it easy. Shooting this wedding with Brittany was amazing and I couldn’t be more thrilled to say that this wedding has been featured!!!
Our best friend got married, and I was delighted to capture this big day for them. Mark & Leona’s details were stunning, and the rain did not dampen the mood at all!!!
This sweetheart has been photographed multiple times by me, but this time was my absolute favourite.
Did you know I also do branding photography? On top of it, I honestly BELIEVE in this brand. Wild Comfort is my #1 go-to when it comes to my skincare routine.
Florida was a dream come true, and I could not be more honoured to have learned so much from Shauna and Jordon Cooney! These next two are my favourite images of each day’s styled shoot.
Thanks to the help of the amazing Anna from Spunky Sapphire Events, this shoot was everything that I dreamt of! It even ended up being published in Elegant Weddings, a Canadian wedding blog!
More brand photography, this time for Beautiful Empowered You, an organization helping young girls prepare for the world in the best way possible.
The love on Cana and José’s big day between the two of them and between their guests and them was absolutely amazing. If there was any day I could go back to, it would probably be this one.
Spending a Saturday evening with Andrew & Julia was the best. Their wedding is only a little further down. Did I ever mention that Scarborough Bluffs has been on my shoot wishlist for a long time?
Oh, the bond of twins…
A very impromptu maternity session did not disappoint.
Hannah & Craig’s apple orchard session was done just after the rain, but one for the books.
Getting to know Cassie & Mike got me so excited for their 2020 wedding!!!
Sisters are the best of friends, am I right?
One of my absolute top ten for 2019, FOR SURE!!!
Our dear friends, Dylan and Sandra, who I got to photograph on our own 10-year anniversary!!! So amazing to put this together with Sandra, and I’m thankful for the memories that we made with them…
A mini maternity session near our home; I’m really going to miss this location when it’s going to be developed,
My favourite venue of all fo 2019; La Salle Park. Oh, and the most ridiculously fun couple too, of course!!!
To capture friends at stunning locations like Pickering Beach makes our hearts feel so full…
Beautiful bellies have my heart. I still need to meet this baby girl, but it’s so amazing to have gotten to capture this bump.
My biggest engagement session gallery of all time was with Ali & Evan, and it’s definitely one of the weddings I’m most excited for in 2020. Knowing I get to go back to this venue is so exciting!!!
Meet Anna (the beauty and brains of Spunky Sapphire Events) and her family…
This little man, Evan, is so loved by his siblings. My heart just feels full when I look at this photo.
Summer mini sessions were a definite success this year!!!
An extended family with the most amazing colour-coordinated kids was fun to capture!!!
Another styled session I put together this past year, with the amazing Ally of Perfectly Designed Events! I absolutely love shooting at Cambridge Millrace Park.
Talk about an epic countryside photo! Meet the family of Danielle, the power behind Wild Comfort.
Another 2020 couple, who chose to have their engagement session at Pt. Burwell.
There were so many photos to choose from of this extended family session, but this photo of an adorable baby girl just stuck out. I really try to capture all the little details at every family session!
More branding photography and this was definitely one of my faves! Sarah is a genius when it comes to hair and makeup!
Our own family was used for this branding shoot, with wonderful flashcards from Muutma!
Talk about an epic photo of very special friends of ours! Long Point is such a versatile place to have your family session.
Firerock Golf Club Wedding
When I think of amazing out-takes, this is the first one that comes to mind. Never mind that mom and dad want to share a kiss… I’m sick of being held!!!
Whistling Gardens has to be one of my favourite local spots; so worth the admission!!!
The light at Hannah & Aaron’s Dundurn session was absolute perfection.
Niagara on the Lake. Need I say anything else?
Spencer Gorge has more opportunities than I’ve ever realized and it was the perfect fall spot.
Kevin & Meaghan’s details had to be shared here. Her shoes were just gorgeous!
Boys are so fun to capture and this family was an absolute blast!!!
A sweet newborn session in a gorgeous home…
Who knew that Woodstock has places like this?
Another extended family session for the books… What an adorable little man!
Talk about three fun girls…!
When I got the chance to capture this sweet family last minute, I couldn’t help it. This little girly might have been quick, but I was faster!!!
A Brantford engagement session with such soft light was absolute perfection!
Christmas photos have to be taken and I knew you’d all love to see that I can actually arrange a bigger family. I get a little crazy when I have to get the attention of the kids, though!!!
Spending a little time with the Gals that Brunch in Brantford was a night well spent!
More mini sessions! This time at the VandeKlooster Christmas tree farm.
One last newborn session…
A beautiful wedding day in the heart of Toronto. Dreams came true on this day!!!
When I saw this space, I knew I had to get this photo. Talk about a breathtaking bride…
And that’s it! Thank you for scrolling all the way down…
I’m in Vancouver for this couple’s wedding day, and I couldn’t be more excited to show you these photos I captured at today’s Vancouver Engagement Session Cleveland Dam. This isn’t going to be a long emotional post about how amazing these two people are, because that will come with their wedding blog next week. All you need to know is that their wedding day is going to be amazing and I’m so excited! It’ll be the first wedding shooting with Carrie Nickerson from Cnic Photography, and while I will definitely miss my hubby, I know she’s got my back. Check back next week for more gorgeous photos of these two, this time in a tux and gown!
This joy-filled Toronto Royal Conservatory of Music wedding was definitely one of the highlights of the month, and that’s saying something! From the amazing work done by Melody and Jen to the gorgeous creamy bouquets by The Wild Sage; this wedding was an absolute dream to photograph. Being allowed to photograph the little touches like the handwritten letters from Aaron to Hannah meant so much to me. It was obvious from all those details that Hannah and Aaron’s relationship is about so much more than love. There is a connection between these two that I cannot express. It was that way about the whole, day. Just let me tell you their story…
On November 19, 2016, God decided that it was time for these two to meet. And it was a thing as simple as a young man holding the door open for his father that made Hannah take notice. He let his father through the door first and it was that moment… Love at first sight might be an exaggeration, but it was close. Hannah and Aaron met at that function and got to talking. And if you know these two and their ability to debate, you’ll know exactly what that means. From that day on, many an email and even handwritten and illustrated letters were exchanged. It wasn’t long before they couldn’t imagine their lives without each other.
This past summer, Aaron proposed to the love of his live and it was no surprise that she said yes. The past few years have not always been easy, but it was with the help of God that this journey culminated into the start of a new chapter. And that took place on this gorgeous winter day in Toronto. Hannah was finishing up her exams in the weeks leading up to this big day, and Aaron started as a chaplain for the city of London. All these changes and stresses has made it necessary for them to give the success of their wedding day over to God. It wasn’t easy, and there were many messages exchanged between me and this gorgeous bride, ensuring that their day went off without a hitch. And that it did.
The moment that Hannah first saw Aaron was carefully planned, with the stunning stone wall of the church behind them. As she called his name, and Aaron turned around to look at his bride, the few members of the intimate wedding party that were witnessed were not the only ones tearing up. It was an emotional moment, but then Aaron broke the tension by going down on one knee. That had us all laughing.
Before the ceremony began, as photographers we always try to meet all the parents. All four of these sweet people couldn’t have been more excited about this moment in time; especially as it was the first child in both families to get married. Hannah made such a profound statement as she walked down the aisle, and Aaron was quick to reach for her hand as she arrived at the altar. After a simple message of the importance of forgiveness by Pastor…, it was time. In this gorgeous church in the middle of Toronto, Hannah and Aaron looked each other in the eye as they said their vows. The church was utterly silent. They understood the importance and holiness of the moment. If ever any two took this moment for what it really was, an oath before God and man, it was these two.
And when it was all over, and the new Mr. and Mrs. Vegh were walking out of church, Hannah couldn’t help but let out some of the elation about what had just happened. Well wishers hugged and laughed, and the solemnity of the occasion was only outdone by the sheer joy of it!
The rest of the day was a blur, from their family photos to the time we realized we actually had access to the Royal Conservatory of Music (it was short-lived because of a misunderstanding, but nonetheless Hannah’s dreams came true). Dusk came early and before we knew it, we were enjoying a delicious meal at the Ramada Inn. The beautifully decorated hall was filled with all the people who loved Hannah and Aaron as much as vice versa. The speeches were filled with moments that showed how much the newlyweds meant to all their guests.
The final song to be sung at this Toronto Royal Conservatory of Music Wedding was Hannah’s favourite, and as we’d been having a stressful week of our own at home with a hospital admission of our youngest, it was no surprise that even the photographer (me) was tearing up at the lyrics. I can honestly not think of a better way to end this blog post than some of the words to that song. Hannah and Aaron, I hope you may always know of God’s faithfulness. Your wedding day went above and beyond your expectations, as you mentioned in your speech. We hope that with God’s help, your marriage may be the same way. We truly believe that your lives will be used to the glorification of God and hope that we will get to see what the future holds for you!!!
Great is thy faithfulness, great is thy faithfulness
Morning by morning, new mercies I see.
All I have needed Thy hand hath provided.
Great is Thy faithfulness, Lord, unto me.
Toronto does happen to be one of my favourite cities to shoot in, it has so many gorgeous locations! HERE is another stunning Toronto wedding.
The Vendor Team
Dress | David’s Bridal
Shoes | Browns Shoes London
Bridesmaid Dresses | The Bay
Florals | The Wild Sage
Hair | Melody Rose Schulenberg of Melody Rose Makeup Artistry
Makeup | Jennifer Buitenwerf of Melody Rose Makeup Artistry
Invitations | Vistaprint
Venue | Ramada Inn Plaza & The Royal Conservatory of Music
It was a cold snowy day, and I was thankful to be inside with this stunning family of three. Photographed inside a newly renovated bungalow, this Norwich lifestyle newborn session just captured everything that there is to love about a brand new baby. It is hard to imagine that there are any parents out there more in love with their little one then Jolene and Peter. Especially daddy was excited to hold his little man.
Arriving a few days before his due date, but weighing in at around nine-and-a-half pounds, he’s quite the solid little guy. And alert! His eyes were so big and it was amazing to see him take in the world around him. It’s quite something, getting to know this whole new life outside of mama’s tummy, if you think about it!
Jolene and Peter, I’m going to keep this short. You are so blessed to be parents of Brendan and I couldn’t be more honoured to have gotten to capture this new chapter of your life as parents. Wishing you God’s blessing as you learn all the ins and outs of parenting together.
The following part is always my favourite of a newborn session; getting to see how the new parents interact with their baby. There was a South African theme that was prevalent through the whole home. It was a perfect background for this Norwich lifestyle newborn session. Another lifestyle newborn session that I captured a few months ago can be seen HERE
It was a super cold November day, just after the first snow of the season had fallen. Emily and Dan laughed as they strolled along the Grand River at their Lorne Park, Brantford engagement session. I have to say that the way these two enjoyed their session even made me forget the freezing temperatures for a while. These two avid sports fans were up for absolutely anything, and I’m just so grateful that they made the long drive to meet me in Brantford.
Dan proposed on the evening that the Raptors won their big game, and Emily didn’t even hesitate. If any two people are made for each other, it’s these two. Dan was up for all the tickling. And Emily was willing to let him have his fun for these adorable pictures. Emily and Dan both love sports, albeit different ones, so there is always a game on at their house. The ring on Emily’s finger is proof that opposites attract; in this case, it’s cause for a lot of back and forth fun and games.
Walking beside the rushing Grand River, there was not much greenery left to enjoy. There had been a little snow, and we’ve had loads more since. But on Saturday, Emily and Dan were definitely the feature on the bank. The fresh air that comes with cooler temperatures just made the world feel clean and it was so obvious that a new season is upon us. This season of engagement for Emily and Dan is only going to last another six months, before I will see them again at their stunning La Salle Park wedding. I know they’re definitely enjoying it, and I’m just thrilled to think that the next time I see them it will be starting to warm up again. Then again, I think they are even more excited for warm weather than me, and that’s hard to imagine (for me).
We did manage to find a little bit of fall left at this Lorne Park Brantford engagement session on the side of Ballantyne Drive, and that made my photographer heart very happy! The bright fall colours were the perfect backdrop to these two sweet people. We might have had an audience for most of that time, but it made it all the funnier. And it made me work faster, which meant that all three of us could get out of the cold temperatures sooner.
Emily and Dan, thank you two so much for sticking with me on Saturday; I absolutely am in love with these photos of you two! It so totally fits the way I see you two. I can’t wait to get to know you even better over the next six months. Before we know it, your wedding day will be here and you’ll be dressed in white, Emily! And Dan, you’ll get to see her walking up the aisle. While I’m super excited for May, I’m sure that you two are even more so. It’s going to be an amazing day with your loved ones. And at the end of the day, you’ll be Mr. & Mrs. Eeeeek! Wishing you all the best as you prepare for that day; with each other by your side it’s sure going to be a competitive, yet fun, journey.
I don’t often photograph newborns anymore as there are so many amazing options in my local area. After this amazing Ancaster, Hamilton lifestyle newborn session, though, I’m so in love! And not just in love with this stunning home, but also with this amazing family, especially baby Connor.
Trevor and Deanna are so excited to welcome Connor William into their home and his adorable nursery. He arrived a little late and already has had many friends and family members doting on him. It was such a sweet time spending a few hours with a squishy little baby and his wonderful parents. Deanna, you’re already such a loving mama, and Trevor; I’m not sure I’ve seen such a doting dad who took on the protective role so quickly. It was so amazing getting to know you, and I hope you love these photos of your Ancaster, Hamilton lifestyle newborn session as much as I do!
It’s been almost a year since my last newborn session, which was of my sweet little nephew. See that HERE!
On a gorgeous fall day, Hannah and Craig got ready to say “I do” in a little church in Oxford County. The colours on the trees were just starting to turn. It was the perfect symbolism for the change that was about to happen in the lives of this couple. From the moment Craig turned around to see his bride at the Norwich Museum, there was a permanent smile on both of their faces. There were times that they became a little larger; like when Craig spied his wife to be at the beginning of the aisle, and the photos at the end of the day that reminded me of that iconic “walking into the sunset” feeling. This Oxford County countryside wedding could not have been a more romantic and joyful day!
Both bride and groom started their day in the Norwich area. And at both homes, the love for the special people of the day was so evident. Even the hair and makeup artists at the bride’s location were very close to the families involved. It was incredible to spend the day with people who love this couple as much, if not more, than I do. Meeting the parents, it was obvious where these two got their amazing qualities from. We are just so honoured to have been part of this big day. It’s quite something to watch your children or sibling get married. I can speak from experience as I watched my brother get married only a few days before!
Even though Craig was already incredibly busy before the wedding, I’m sure his parents are going to notice that he’s not around as often anymore. But knowing that they’ve gained their first daughter made them quite happy; especially mom is happy that she’s not quite as outnumbered as before. Hannah and Craig’s family is incredibly important to them. We made very sure to capture all the moments in between when this was so evident!
Hannah and Craig’s first look was at the Norwich Museum, and it couldn’t have been a more special moment to capture. When they had said their hellos, we proceeded to take a few more photos in front of the adorable little church that is on the grounds. From there, the wedding party photos were done in front of the gorgeous colouring trees at the Norwich Conservation area. And then on to the little church in the Newark area for the reason we were all together that day!
Hannah’s grandfather officiated the service, and there was a moment when Hannah wasn’t sure whether he wanted to see their first kiss. But thanks to a little reminder, we managed to capture that iconic first kiss photo. Their service was incredibly meaningful. Receiving a Bible as your first gift after you’re officially husband and wife is probably the best gift. I know that not just the pastor, but also the rest of the family and friends wholeheartedly wished them God’s blessing at that moment.
This Oxford County countryside wedding ended with a delicious meal spent with family and friends. There were the obligatory (and filled with love) speeches and some fun games with family and friends. But when that sun started to set, I knew I had to get them outside for just a few more wedding portraits. And the cold that had set in at that point was so worth it! Hannah’s wrap was just perfect and kept her almost warm enough. But Craig didn’t mind getting just a little closer to his new wife. Even without a bouquet, those photos would have to be my favourite of the day!
Hannah and Craig, from the moment I met you at your consultation, to your stunning APPLE ORCHARD ENGAGEMENT SESSION, and now to your wedding day; it’s been an amazing journey, and I’ve so enjoyed getting to know you. Bertus and I are honoured that you chose us, and we cannot wait to see what the future holds for you. May God be beside you and behind you as you start this new part of your lives together. We wish you so much happiness, and are so thankful to call you friends.
The Vendor Team
“I love you to the mountains and back.” It was the theme of this Perth East countryside wedding. From the gorgeous wooden mountain range decor in their home to their vows; even the speeches during the reception. And every time they thought about it, they shared a knowing smile. Ailis was born and raised in Alberta and is the only daughter of Ron and Suzanne, and it wasn’t an easy day for either of them. Watching Ailis say “I do” on a country property the way they’d been planning for years definitely made it worth it, though.
No, I don’t mean the moment that Nolan first saw Ailis, even though it was one of the most special walks down the aisle I’ve ever captured. I mean the first time when Ron saw his beautiful daughter Ailis when she was wearing her dress. And her veil, of course. At Nolan and Ailis’ new home, we managed to create the perfect the moment. As she called out to her day, her heart must have been beating out of her chest. His sure was. As he turned around, he was absolutely speechless. Those tears didn’t take long to come. This was his only baby, and he’s held her in his arm shortly after she was born, calmed her when she had a boo-boo, and watched her graduate from high school, then university, and eventually become an amazing nurse.
From the sweet and stunning bridesmaids to the handsome and hilarious groomsmen; it was obvious that this bridal party was chosen in particular to be the best group of people for Ailis and Nolan to spend their day with. They have been there for Ailis and Nolan, supported them together and individually when things might have gotten hard. But they also made sure to celebrate the best times together, and today was definitely one of the best yet. Listening to the maid of honour and best man’s speeches brought tears to my eyes (yes, I’m emotional, and I’m okay with it). Especially the maid of honour’s hug at the end of her speech felt like a very special moment. It’s definitely a moment either of them will never forget, and it’s such an honour to capture those kinds of moments.
I can honestly say that I’ve never had a groom had such a reaction to watching his bride walking towards him and their new lives together. And it wasn’t only him. She was so thrilled to see the handsome man waiting for her at the end of the aisle; she even started walking faster the moment she saw him. The look on her face (documented below; make sure to enjoy that moment!) said it all. She loves him and is so excited to start this new chapter together with him by her side. The entire day was a blur for us, and I’m sure even more so for them. We felt privileged to be part of such an intimate gathering of people who all came together to watch these two say some amazing personal vows to each other at this Perth East countryside wedding. Which again revolved around the mountains.
I’m sure that Nolan fell quite quickly when he started to get to know Ailis, after moving out west. The look on his face this past Saturday still says the same. He seemed incredulous; like he just didn’t understand that this gorgeous woman is now his wife. Nolan, you are a lucky man. Trul!. Ailis is a gem. And Ailis, you are just as fortunate to have this handsome man by your side. The way he respects you is inspirational. May you two continue to look at each other with that same love. I know that no matter what happens, you two have found your best friend in each other. And to start your marriage with your best friend by your side sets you up for success, I’m sure! I hope you are having a blast in the Dominican. I can’t wait to get you the rest of your images soon!
It’s no wonder that outdoor countryside weddings are becoming so popular. HERE is one of my first weddings that also took advantage of great weather and a stunning location.
The Vendor Team
Dress | Embrace Fashions
Shoes | The Bay
Florals | Riverside Flowers
Rings | Curry’s Jewellers
Invitations | Vistaprint
Venue | The Lindner Farm
Cake | Q’s Cakes and Café
Officiant | Cheryl Schade
Entertainment | DJ Myles L. Twist
With rain coming down at times and the sun barely peeking through the clouds, it was up to Meaghan and Kevin to be the shining lights of the day. They did not disappoint. The details were stunning. Almost as gorgeous as the bride. The family was one of the most loving that we’ve ever seen. And don’t even get us started on the bridal party! From the very capable maid of honour to the adorable flower girl; it was obvious that their mission of the day was to make Meaghan and Kevin’s big day amazing.
The support system on the bride’s side was an incredible group of ladies consisting of the sweetest mom and the most stunning bridesmaids including sisters(-in-law) and close friends. Throughout the day, these ladies stood behind Meaghan; they held her flowers when needed, made sure she ate, and of course, had the biggest smiles. Other than the bride and groom, naturally. On the groom’s side was a bunch of fun, yet kind and thoughtful gentlemen. Getting to know how each of them knew the couple at the speeches during the reception was heartwarming.
Kevin and Meaghan may have taken a little bit to find each other, but they are so perfect for each other. It sounds like love at first sight from both sides, and their love was already so evident at THEIR ENGAGEMENT SESSION. The smile on Kevin’s face as he watched Meaghan and her father walk up the aisle said it all. I’m not sure anyone can be more excited about this new chapter than Kevin; Meaghan coming a very close second! They snuck little glances at each other during the ceremony. They were so excited to have a little bit of time away from the busyness to enjoy some portrait time that focused on just the two of them. And they took every opportunity to kiss during the reception.
Their sense of humour became so apparent during the speech that almost didn’t happen (a story for another time), and throughout the day the atmosphere was kept lively by their wonderful family and bridal party. The staff at Firerock made sure they were fed well during portrait time, and zipping around on golf carts was fun for everyone (including me, of course).
From the gorgeous bouquets designed by Floral Temptations to the stunning dresses from Sophie’s Gown Shoppe and Garber’s Bridal elevated this Firerock Golf Club wedding. But it was the personal touches, like the adorable sign that Chloe walked down the aisle with and the maple syrup that served as guest favours, that made the guests take notice. It was very important for Meaghan and Kevin that I capture all those important firsts; the first time her dad saw her, the first time that Kevin saw his wife-to-be, etc. The smiles on their faces during those moments made the day fly by.
These two are so excited for this new chapter in their lives! And they get to start it off by travelling to Portugal and Greece. Meaghan and Kevin, I hope that while you’re gone (and hopefully warm), you can take a breath. Planning a wedding is a lot of work, and your wedding was so well put together. Bertus and I wish you many more years of happiness. We are truly excited to see what the future holds for you. But from these photos, it’s obvious that you’ve gotten the right send-off from your incredible family and friends. Enjoy your honeymoon, and we hope you love these images as much as you do!
THE VENDOR TEAM
Bride’s Dress | Garber’s Bridal
Florals | Floral Temptations
Rings | James Allen & Peoples Jewellers
Menswear | Collins Formal Wear Canada
Bridesmaids | Sophie’s Gown Shoppe
Venue | Firerock Golf Club
Entertainment |Music Central Entertainment
Cake | Grandma’s Oven Bakery
Hair & Makeup | Fringe Hair Spa
Invitations | The Wedding Shoppe
Transportation | Grandeur Limousine