There is something so romantic about natural light mixed with candles and dark wood to create warm and moody photos. It also doesn’t hurt to have a beautiful couple to showcase it. This unique venue is unknown to many in the Toronto area, and we absolutely love it! It is a hidden gem right in the middle of downtown.
The distinctive military features really make it different than anything you could ever dream of. (The Institute is an independent member-supported organization which, promotes the study and discussion of military history, defence, security and international affairs, along with the operation of its museum, library and archives, for the benefit of its members and the interested public, through the provision of exceptional services within a unique collegial environment.)
It is also perfect for higher end weddings and events. We were able to work with some amazing wedding professionals to create this timeless and effortless shoot.
I am beyond smitten with the trend of a crowned tiara. It brings back nostalgia of long ago. That’s why we also brought in Channel number 5, a classic red lip and hairstyle to look effortless and timeless.
We hope that you like it!
Venue: Royal Canadian Military Institute
Photography: Ella White Photography
Video: Aperture Lane
Concept, Designer & Planner: Tracey M Events
Flowers: First Comes Love Weddings
Wedding Gown: Catherine Langlois Bridal
Tuxedo: Andrews Formals
Hair/Makeup: Thiso Makeup
Rentals: Event Rental Group
Stationery: Castlefield Design
Stationery: The Polka Dot Paper Shop
Cakes: Patricia’s Cake Creations
Crown: Crowned by Juliet
Model: Dana Lawrence
Model: Luke Camozzi of Camozzi Films
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