One King West hotel Wedding National Banquet Hall.
I love couples who are on the hunt for the best Wedding photographer in their area for their Big Day. They vigorously search online in every possible website or forum such as Weddingwire, Weddingful, Event source, the knot, Suhaag, and so on.
Visiting hundreds of local Toronto Bridal shows such as Canada’s Bridal Show, National Bridal show, Toronto Bridal show, or even a few luxurious ones like Wedluxe or Lavish Dulhan.
Using Google search at their best, they prepare a list of the questions before meeting with the photographer or any other wedding vendor.
The above are all examples of great ways to choose the right wedding vendor, and as a Toronto wedding photographer, I feel very honoured when a couple selects IsaacImage to capture their Big Day.
But now we have to move on to a completely different story that touches base on one specific wedding vendor, getting married, and in this specific case the kids preparing for their Big Day.
Recently, I received a call from a man named Genady who is the owner of Miracle Studio (One of Toronto’s largest and best wedding studios), requesting a personal meeting.
On a side note, I am pretty sure that in the span of his long lasting career, he had experience with not just every possible Toronto photographer but also award winning international photographers.
To my great surprise, this extremely well known gentleman in the wedding industry asked me to shoot his one and only daughter’s wedding. To say the least, this was an incredible honour for all of us at IsaacImage.
Each and every wedding is exceptionally unique, which means capturing these kinds of events is a huge responsibility on its own since there are no second chances.
As my personal hero and in my opinion one of the world’s best talented photographers, Jerry Ghionis say’s “You have to capture the wedding like your life depends on it”.
To be quite honest, this time I really… but really… experienced this sensation and my life truly depended on it 😉
But in all seriousness, Karina and Alex were an extremely easy going couple and a pleasure to work with.
They knew exactly what they wanted; everything from the King One West hotel to the last touches of their Chuppah décor; all of which was organized to the highest degree of perfection and accuracy.
Ok, enough talking ;), I’ll let you enjoy these images.
Part one – Wedding Details.
Part Two – Bride getting ready.
Part Three – Groom is Getting ready.
The Gangsta Boys 😉
Few Groom’s portraits never hurts
Part Four – First look.
You never really can stage those moments and thats why it’s alway so emotional when Bride and Groom seeing each other for the first time.
One King West vault. Very unique place for the Wedding photo session.
University of Toronto also highly recommended place for Wedding photos.
Gorgeous Bridal Bouquets, created by “Flowers Time”
Knox College Toronto
Part Five – The Reception.
The reception held place in one of the biggest Russian Wedding venues in GTA – “National Restaurant and Banquet Hall Toronto”
Chuppah and all the Wedding decor was also crafted by uber talented Alina from “Flowers Time”
Part Six – Ketubah signing ceremony and Bedeken
Part Seven – Chuppah.
Breaking the glass at Jewish Wedding it’s a must.
Breaking the glass can remind a marrying couple that life holds sorrow as well as joy. Standing under their marriage canopy a bride and groom are at the pinnacle of happiness.
Breaking the glass reminds them of their commitment to each other also in future hard times.
And Part Eight – The Wedding Party.
MC of the event Emil Yalizerov owner of Best Toronto Wedding Entertainment companies – “Party Crew”
Father and daughter dance was very emotional.
Mother and Son dance
Very unique in GTA Fire show or Barrels on Fire from one and only – “Party Crew”
Tossing the bouquet.
Grandma’s panties garter
And of course the sweetest moment of the evening – cutting the Wedding cake.
For those who survived this huge blog post 😉
Here is our faces ;)Thank you so much for reading and watching.
Love ya IsaacImage team