From the looks of this lovely Toronto wedding, not all backyards are created equal. This particular outdoor space seems perfectly suited for a garden celebration and Aga and Marcin of AGAiMAGES captured it beautifully with the help of their friend Scott of Capturing the Light. See what happens when three amazing photographers come together to shoot one amazing backyard shindig in the FULL wedding gallery.
From the Bride… The ‘sofreh aghd’ for our Persian ceremony was put together by my mom and aunts. The sofreh is a spread that contains many items that all symbolize different qualities that a couple would hope to bring into their new life together (for instance a mirror for a bright and light future, gold coins for wealth and prosperity, etc)! The spread is more a cultural rather than a religious ceremony and is very significant to the entire Persian ceremony! All the wooden signs were cut and painted by Ryan (groom). my other aunt made the bride and groom signs for behind our reception chairs, as well as hand-drawing all our table numbers. Our florists, Judy and Sarah from Floris, are very good friends of the family and did an amzing job on the flowers! My best friend and maid of honor Mahsa helped me with details throughout the planning, and she also made the little tags for our favours and did my make-up!
Wedding Photography: Aga and Marcin of AGAiMAGES / Guest Photography: Scott of Capturing the Light / Wedding Cake: Dufflet / Florist: Floris / Wedding Cinematography: Images Life Media / Wedding Band/DJ: Impact Entertainment / Makeup: Mahsa Cohen, Maid of Honor / Hair: Jessica of The Cut Above / Caterer: L-EAT Catering / Wedding Invitations: Dapper Paper / Wedding Veil: Tessa Kim / Bride’s Shoes: Miu Miu / Jewellery: Vintage