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Written by Jessica - Posted August 14th - Photographs by A Brit & A Blonde

Not a golf ball in sight. That was our goal when we were shooting Madi & Danny’s wedding at Copper Creek Golf Club in Kleinberg, Ontario. They are not avid golfers themselves – they chose this venue based on the kosher kitchen and its ability to hold their 300+ guests. Not to mention of course the lovely surroundings.

Their day was chic, sophisticated & a crazy good time. (And we have the pics to prove that a killer dance party of epic proportions was in full effect too).

The incomparable Angela Zaltsman of A to Z Event Management created a stunning outdoor wedding ceremony and reception for these two NYC dwellers. The chuppah alone honestly deserves a standing ovation with florals by Stemz (who by way always sleigh it big time with gorgeousness in the flower department every single time). Those flower crowns for the flower girls were picture perfect.

Madi & Danny were the smiliest people in the world all day long. We always tell our couples that all we ask of them is to have the time of their lives and we will take care of the rest. It is a direct relationship – the more fun they are having – the more awesome the images. It is the simplest of mathematical equations. And Madi & Danny dialled up the fun factor to 11.

Being Jewish myself – I know my way around a horrah and have been part of my fair share of them as well. So I can say – with legit horrah dancing credentials – that this horrah and the dance party that ensued was everything. Massive props to DJ Michael Coombs for ensuring that every single person from toddler to old timer was properly shaking their groove thing all night.

Simply put from start to finish this wedding at Copper Creek was on fleek.


Written by Jessica - Posted June 17th - Photographs by A Brit & A Blonde

The Berkeley Fieldhouse in Toronto has never, ever been filled with more laughter and awesomeness than it was the day Marieke & Mark got married. The couple actually planned everything while living in London, England. No easy feat! They moved a few years back but really wanted to have their wedding day back in Toronto amongst family and friends and in their hometown.

They actually also did all the decor and details too – and enlisted the help of family to DIY a ton of stuff and it looked simply marvellous. You can actually see more of these great details here on the feature on Style Me Pretty from this rad Berkeley Fieldhouse wedding. And it was also featured on EventSource’s blog as well. For any of you interested in reading more about our nerdy approach to weddings and how we shoot the wonderfully whimsical – Berkeley Events did a lil ole’ interview with us about our take on weddings.

The Berkeley Fieldhouse is actually located honestly and truly in the heart of downtown Toronto – right on Queen Street. But it feels like it is a million miles from the hustle and bustle of city life in the best way. The lovely courtyard is super sweet and this is where Marieke & Mark had their wedding ceremony – outdoors gotta love it. And that is also where cocktails took place. They had literally the coolest band ever playing – Hairy Holler– they rocked it big, big time. We were so blown away we bought their CD after the wedding! They were incredible radtastic. And so not a typical wedding band. They added such a fun vibe to the day.

We have shot over 300+ weddings – and I can say that in all our years – we have never seen more hilarious wedding speeches than at Marieke & Mark’s wedding. Everyone was laughing so hard – that at some points it was almost silent – you know when you are laughing so intensely that there is no noise. Perhaps it is only a sound dog’s can hear. Literally there were tears of hilarity streaming down all our faces. The dogs in the area must have all wondered what the heck was happening that night!

To Marieke & Mark – may your days and night be filled with that amazing knee slapping, bust your gut silent laughter for decades to come!