Joy-filled weddings are kind of our business here at SMP, and this Toronto Island affair captured by Reannan Ross Photography? It’s delivering all kinds of happy. Happiness in the form of a cultural love-fest at the dreamy Algonquin Island Association Clubhouse, a nature-filled setting more than perfect for this crafty bride and groom, who DIYed almost every detail (here’s looking at you, pretty, pretty blooms) and set about creating a day of sweet celebration for their devoted friends and family. See every last love-filled moment in the full gallery.
From Reannan Ross Photography… The bride is of Irish and Japanese decent and the groom is from India, but grew up in Italy. From kimonos to sarongs this wedding had tons of culture. A do-it-yourself wedding, the bride arranged her own flowers, bought her dress on Etsy and set the scene for an open, friendly, cultural experience on Toronto Island. By the end, we all knew how to Bollywood dance!
As their photographer, I got some inside information on the bride and groom and their hobbies and learned they love portrait galleries. Having lived in places like London, England and Japan, they had seen portrait galleries all over the world. Since they had a small wedding, I was able to take a portrait of each guest for them making for an incredible menagerie of colour, expression and love from their guests.