It was a hot cloudless day for Stefanie and Joe’s outdoor wedding. Friends and Family sat in anticipation under a blazing summer sun as Stefanie walked down the aisle to meet Joe, the love of her life, on one of the biggest and best days of their lives. As Stephanie made her way toward Joe, a smile grew on both their faces, and you knew by the way their faces lit up at the sight of one another that they were always meant to be.
Stefanie started her day surrounded by her best girls and Bear, her Pomeranian. Stefanie’s bridesmaids wore long, strapless, mauve-hued gowns from Davids Bridal accented with thin rhinestone belts. Stefanie chose an elegant a-line gown with a delicate lace overlay from Bridal Couture and finished off her outfit with flats from Aldo.
Joe, alongside his groomsmen and friends, prepared for the big day over laughs, jokes, and celebratory glasses of scotch. Joe’s groomsmen wore gray suits from RW&CO accented with maroon ties, and Joe donned a sharp black 3-piece suit from Hugo Boss pulled together with a maroon tie like his guys.
Once everyone was dressed and ready to go, Stefanie and Joe stole away from the upcoming commotion for an intimate first look before the ceremony. Tears formed in both their eyes as they saw their best friend in front of them, beautiful inside and out, ready to take the first step into marriage by their side.
The ceremony was held at the Canadian Club Brand Centre (Hiram Walker’s); Joe and Stefanie said I do surrounded by an admiring group of guests. The excitement of the day continued into the reception at The Windsor Club where speeches were said, great conversation was held, and dancing and celebrations continued well into the night.
Stefanie and Joe, congratulations again on your wonderful marriage! You guys are so perfect for one another and we were so lucky to have the privilege to photograph your wedding and witness your love for each other throughout the day. We wish you both the best and are excited for your bright future together!
“Grow old with me! The best is yet to be; the last of life, for which, the first is made.”- Robert Browning