I met Krisha and Andrew at Canada’s bridal show a few years ago. We clicked right away, and I knew that they would be an amazing couple to work with.
I got to know them at their engagement session where they brought their cat “Evie” along for the photos. I love animals and I was more than happy to have Evie included in the photos! The engagement session was a lot of fun and I found out that they met many years ago while working at Dave and Busters. Apparently, Andrew had a big crush on Krisha and kept giving her candy at work. Eventually, the pair started dating and five and a half years later Andrew proposed with a beautiful ring
Krisha and Andrew originally planned on getting married at a different venue two years ago. So many things happened with covid and the original venue wasn’t available anymore. Luckily, Krisha’s uncle had a connection to the newly renovated Julius Event Centre and they secured their new wedding date. The Julius Event Centre is conveniently located in Vaughan near the major highways. The renovated rooms are beautiful with gorgeous sparkly light fixtures.
When I realized their venue and entire wedding plan needed to change, I was able to come up with a new wedding day timeline and I proposed some new locations for photography. Krisha and Andrew decided to take their photos at the nearby Black Creek Pioneer village. In the end, everything worked out perfectly.
The weather on their wedding day was cool and clear. The day was filled with happiness and excitement for everyone to celebrate together
Krisha’s dress was so beautiful and it had pockets! I kept seeing Krisha pull things out of her pockets on her wedding day, and I thought it was a very cool feature. Krisha’s bridesmaids wore dark berry coloured floor length convertible gowns which looked great on everyone. There were three other ladies who were also close friends of Krisha who wore dresses in blush and rust. The groom and groomsmen all wore charcoal gray suits with burgundy ties. The whole combination looked amazing together as you can see.
Krisha loves flowers and she wanted her wedding to be filled with flowers and have a greenhouse theme. This was combined with lots of white, sparkle, and berry tones. When everything came together it looked lovely.
Throughout the day, I was admiring Krisha’s bridal bouquet. The combination of colours in it were beautiful and the pale pink ribbons flowing from it were gorgeous. I also loved the custom backdrop that they had at their ceremony. Krisha’s dad made it himself using some pallets paint and ingenuity.
Krisha and Andrew had an amazing grand entrance complete with fireworks on the dance floor. You could feel the excitement from the crowd, and everyone was so happy for them.
I’m so happy I finally got to photograph Krisha and Andrew’s dream wedding. It must have been difficult for the them to plan, but in the end, I think everything turned out amazing. It was worth the wait!
Krisha and Andrew did a first look at Black Creek Pioneer Village. Andrew’s expression when he first saw Krisha was priceless!
The colours of the the flowers, bridesmaids dresses and suits looked so nice together.
Krisha’s “brides babes” looked beautiful in shades of pale peach and rust.
We took quite a few photos on the porch of the town hall at Pioneer Village. In my opinion, porches are always a good location for photos.
We also took some photos with the Old Mill in the background. This is another one of my favourite locations at Pioneer Village.
Krisha and Andrew had their wedding ceremony at the Julius Event Centre. The venue just underwent renovations and everything looked beautiful.
I loved this custom backdrop that Krisha’s dad made!
Krisha’s mom and Andrew looked so happy during the ceremony. I love getting these type of candid shots.
The reception looked gorgeous. Krisha’s vision of white, sparkle and berry tones came together beautifully.
Krisha and Andrew made an amazing entrance with fireworks and so much excitement.
Congratulations Krisha and Andrew! I loved getting to know you and being there to capture your wedding!
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