Sometimes the gods of beautiful imagery smile upon the Toronto wedding photographer. This happened during this Black Creek Pioneer Village wedding. The weather was perfect creating the conditions to take some of my best wedding photos at this splendid wedding photography location. The village provide the ideal backdrops for amazing imagery. Finally, the village staff is dressed in outfits replicating the 19th century clothes. They provide details on the rich history of the complex.
Both the images on this album spread were taken in front of Taylor Cooperage, one of the heritage buildings in the Pioneer Village. This wooden building was erected in Paris, Ontario around 1850. Originally it was used to build wooden boxes, barrels and other containers. In 1976 it was moved to its current location and was opened in 1988.
The first photo of this album spread features the groom holding the bride in his arms. Although I prompted the groom to pick up his bride, the reactions are genuine and the photo is gorgeous. They are looking at each other and I captured this in motion, which sets it apart from other photos of the same pose.
The second photo shows a stark contrast between the old building and the fashion pose. The bride is photographed in the door frame posing like she was in the middle of a Vogue photo shoot.