Black Creek Pioneer Village Wedding
Mun and Chris had a beautiful Black Creek Pioneer Village wedding and despite the cold weather everybody had a fantastic time. Our wedding photographers started documenting the special day with the first look. It is always hard to find a spot for the bride and groom to see for the first time at Black Creek. There are so many beautiful buildings creating perfect backdrops for wedding photography, that the artist has a tough choice selecting only one of them. On this cold wedding day, we photographed the couple's first look in front of the Broom's Maker Shop. Afterwards, we moved to various locations in the village to take environmental portraits of the bride and groom.
As wedding photographers, one of our first duties is to create a variety of looks. As the temperatures were well below zero Celsius, we had to move fast and Mun and Chris were phenomenal. They behaved as if we were photographing in middle of the summer so we managed to finish the photo session in about 10 minutes. Soon after we went back to the main building in Victoria Room for the traditional the tea ceremony. Once the tea ceremony was completed, with another five minutes to take pictures of the bridesmaids and a few more portraits of the bride and groom.
Wedding Ceremony and Reception
The couple tied the knot in Fisherville wedding chapel and after a short photo session in front of the church where we took family photographs, everybody headed to the Canada West room for the wedding reception. During the summer, most couples prefer to have their reception in the Grand Pavilion but in the winter, the only wedding venues available are Victoria and Canada West rooms. The former Hall can accommodate about 90 guests and the latter about 130 guests. For more information, please visit our Black Creek Pioneer Village wedding guide.