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Lydia and Seamus’ Rustic & Vintage Berkeley Church Toronto Wedding

I love it when my couples integrate little personal touches into their wedding that are a reflection of who they are. Lydia had some of her favourite books made into clutch purses as “bouquets” and gifts for her bridesmaids: it turns out that she is an avid reader! Of course, since Seamus is from Ireland, […]

Christopher Luk (Toronto Wedding Photographer): Berkeley Church Vintage Rustic Ceremony Candlelight Dinner Reception Pinterest Worthy Details Candid Natural Photojournalistic Dance Floor Guests Family Friends Dancing Hanging Indoor Christmas Lights Bulbs Ambience Stage

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Sharon and Gabriel’s Adamson Estate / Royal Conservatory of Music Engagement Session – Toronto Wedding Photographer

One day, Gabriel calls Sharon and tells her to come over to his place; he has some boxes to move that he needs help with. She had just woken up from a nap, so she travels across town, and meets him at his car parked outside. As she arrives, she learns that there aren’t any […]

Christopher Luk (Toronto Wedding Portrait Event Photographer) - Photojournalistic Candid Natural Engagement Session Adamson Estate Royal Conservatory of Music Mississauga Bride Groom Waterfront Lake Ontario Piggyback Lakefront View

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Sarah and Alex’s Wedding – Trinity Presbyterian Church York Mills / Alexander Muir Memorial Gardens Park / Estates of Sunnybrook

After Sarah and Alex’s wedding ceremony ended, Sarah’s eyes were so red and swollen that she couldn’t even open them! Her sisters quickly took her to see an optometrist, set aside a comfortable area where she could rest, and nursed her back to health within a few short hours before the reception started. In challenging […]

Christopher Luk 2014 - Sarah and Alex's Wedding - Trinity Presbyterian Church York Mills Alexander Muir Memorial Gardens Park Estates of Sunnybrook - Toronto Wedding Event Photographer - Bride and Groom Candid Natural Photojournalistic Church Ceremony Wide

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