Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Wedding Photography at Teatro Conference and Event Centre Milton Mill Pond in Centennial Park

Wedding Photography at Teatro Conference and Event Centre Milton Mill Pond in Centennial Park
A new journey began for Ashley and Adam on Saturday, May 7th, 2011. Here, we can see the growing excitement in Ashley’s eyes as her Maid of Honour helped her with the final touch-ups for the wedding ceremony. More details on http://www.juliesgallery.com/

It was finally time to head off to the ceremony. Whether the bride or her parents were the happier ones... it was difficult to tell.

Meanwhile, Adam had been waiting patiently as he anticipated the arrival of his beautiful bride. Oh Adam, he was very good with restraining his excitement!


Ashley and Adam were officially married on the patio of Teatro Conference and Event Centre. The smiles on the new couple’s faces were priceless as they were congratulated by their families and friends.

Two families became one big family after this very special and memorable day.


The groom, his groomsmen, and the bride and her bridesmaids all looked stunning in their outfits!


This gorgeous moment was captured by the Mill Pond in Centennial Park; a moment for only Ashley and Adam.


There is still a long path up ahead for the new couple, as their journey has just begun.


Adam and his groomsmen could not look mightier. Great pose, gentlemen!


Here are Ashley and her bridesmaids. Everyone is looking so elegant in those dresses!


This is another special moment for Ashley and Adam on the fields of Centennial Park.


After a nice walk around the park, the day continued with dinner reception at Tivoli Room, Teatro Conference and Event Centre. It looked like the couple had a surprise.


The wedding could not have been more successful with everyone having a great time participating in the centrepiece contest.

Finally it was time to cut the beautifully decorated wedding cake.


What is a better way to conclude this grand celebration than seeing a sweet and romantic kiss shared between the couple? Best wishes, and congratulations, Ashley and Adam!

Groom and his ushers are enjoying cigars at wedding reception.



Mississauga Parks Wedding Photography Locations and Park Permits



Adamson Estate
Adamson Estate
850 Enola Ave.
Adamson Estate is a 13.33 acre waterfront park and is located east of the mouth of the Credit River at 850 Enola Avenue. The grounds and gardens are open to the public while the main house is occupied by the Cawthra-Adamson Division of the Royal Conservatory of Music.
Benares Historic House
Benares Historic House1507 Clarkson Road North
With more than 160 years of history, this exquisite estate with picturesque park-like settings was home to four generations of the Harris and Sayers families. Photography can be take outside in the gardens or inside the historic interiors.
Bradley Museum
Bradley Museum1620 Orr Road
Photography can be taken outside in the gardens or inside the historic interiors
Rhododendron Gardens
Brueckner Rhododendron Gardens
660 Lakeshore Rd., West
The City recently renamed Rhododendron Gardens to Brueckner Rhododendron Garden in acknowledgement of the Dr. Joseph Brueckner's generous donation of hundreds of rhododendrons and azaleas that can be found blooming from mid May to mid JuneThe City recently renamed Rhododendron Gardens to Brueckner Rhododendron Garden in acknowledgement of the Dr. Joseph Brueckner's generous donation of hundreds of rhododendrons and azaleas that can be found blooming from mid May to mid June.
Century City Gazebo
Century City
933 Focal Road
Park permits are required for wedding photography between Friday and Sunday with a fee and parking is limited to 4 cars per permit. For further information or to reserve park space call the Customer Service Centre at 905-615-4100.
Erindale Park
Erindale Park
1695 Dundas W St.
Erindale Park is the largest park in the City and is perfect for group picnics, hikers, joggers, cyclists and cross-country skiers, bird watchers, wedding photography and anyone at all who enjoys getting back to nature.
Kariya Park
Kariya Park3620 Kariya Drive
Kariya Park was officially opened in July 1992, honouring the eleventh anniversary of our twin-city relationship with Kariya, Japan. It is a legacy to future generations, and will mature with age like its array of rhododendrons, pine, gingko and sweetgum trees, remaining a peaceful haven from the bustle of city life as Mississauga grows around it.
Port Credit Memorial Park Gazebo
Port Credit Memorial Park Gazebo
32 Stavebank Road North
Port Credit Memorial park is located at the mouth of the Credit River and Lake Ontario. It has a .76km walking trail, accessible playground, multiuse ramp park, gazebo, trail connection to the waterfront trail under Lakeshore Road and is home to the Waterfront Festival and Port Credit Southside Shuffle.Port Credit Memorial park is located at the mouth of the Credit River and Lake Ontario. It has a .76km walking trail, accessible playground, multiuse ramp park, gazebo, trail connection to the waterfront trail under Lakeshore Road and is home to the Waterfront Festival and Port Credit Southside Shuffle.
Queen II Jubillee

Queen Elizabeth Jubillee II Garden300 City Centre Drive
The garden will be closed due to construction from September 2009 to June 2011.
The Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Garden in named after the commemoration of Her Majesty, The Queen's 50th Anniversary of Her Accession to the Throne.
The garden is used extensively by the public and city staff on a regular basis and is often a favourite location for wedding photographs. The addition of the entrance and stairs opens the garden up to the Civic Square and provides better access and a stronger connection to the garden.
Richard's Memorial
Richard's Memorial Park
804 Lakeshore West Rd.
The lakefront park contains a 170m sandy beach area, waterfront trail, a forested area, a charming rock gardenThe lakefront park contains a 170m sandy beach area, waterfront trail, a forested area, a charming rock garden, flatlands, one comfort station, two picnic areas permitted for 75 people each, a barbecue, and playground equipment.
St. Lawrence Park Gazebo
St. Lawrence Park Gazebo
75 St. Lawrence Drive
Park permits are required for wedding photography between Friday and Sunday with a fee and parking is limited to 4 cars per permit. For further information or to reserve park space call the Customer Service Centre at 905-615-4100.
Riverwood
Riverwood
4100 Riverwood Park Lane
Located in central Mississauga with accessible trails, splendid wildlife and glorious views, Riverwood is a special place where history, nature, beauty and peace blend together to create an enjoyable and lasting outdoor experience.
Visual Arts Mississauga and the The Riverwood Conservancy are both located on the Riverwood site. VAM offers art classes for all ages, camps and exhibitions and TRC offers a range of educational programs for school students, families and adults and interpretive nature tours for all ages.

Information and photos are courtesy of the City of Mississauga: http://www.mississauga.ca/portal/home
All group photography must reserve and pay a fee to obtain a park permit. Reservations can be made 10 months in advance on a first come first served basis. A permit will reserve a 90 minute block of time, which includes arrival, photographs and departure from the park. Parking may be limited at some locations.

To book a park permit, please call 905-615-4311.
http://www.mississauga.ca/portal/residents/photographyinparks

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Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Wedding Photography at Toronto City Hall, Trinity Square, Barbarian's Steak House.

We had the pleasure to photograph this lovely couple's Wedding in March. Chris & Yen's wedding ceremony took place at the Toronto City Hall and from there we stopped by the Trinity Square for a few beautiful portrait shots and headed to the Barbarian's Steak House for the reception. The place was charming.


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Sunday, February 6, 2011

Diana&Alex's Wedding in Kleinburg


The day started with bride's and groom's preparations.


 And the bride is ready.
Check out bride's nail design! It's awesome.
After we left to McMichael Canadian Art Collection park in Kleinburg. 


 This park offers a variety of backgrounds, greenery, wood, stones. Beautiful place. 




 They are such a cute couple. We loved photographing them.



And a group pic at the top of the hill
Bridesmaids were all glamorous, but no one could outshine the bride.
And here are the guys, all looking sharp
We took this sneaky shot of Alex, as he was giving directions on the phone.
After spending some more time in the park, we headed to the Toronto City Hall for  the ceremony.
Their flower girl was so sweet.
 Flower girl is taking her job very seriously and needs lots of energy.

During the ceremony Alex& Diana were glowing.



A group pic after the ceremony.



 Couple's first dance.

They had very elegant wedding flavors.
And their wedding cake details were work of art.

Congratulations guys and thanks for having us photograph your Wedding Day.