Engagements and Weddings, News, Uncategorized

Thank you to all who came to visit us at the Toronto Bridal Show!

Well, what a show! You know, we really get excited thinking about your wedding and we’re always so happy to meet couples in the stages of planning their special day. So these past three days were quite a treat for us.

It was our first show and we thought we’d meet a few hundred people. When it was all said and done, we met well over a thousand!

We also listened to your request so we’re pleased to add a few optional products. So now in addition to the option of buying prints, we’re offering complete Proof books, complete picture books as well as Photo Albums and Print-on-Canvas options. These are offered from your private photo gallery. So if your planning on a big wedding, but don’t want to deal with two dozen relatives asking for prints, you can let us handle that for you.

Of course, still offered as always is a one year digital Client Gallery. Simply share the link we provide you (password protected or not, it’s your choice) with whomever you want. It’s a great option if you want to digitally share your wedding images but don’t want to become Facebook friends with everybody. ;)

Thanks again and we hope to talk to more of you soon!

Vincent & Irene


Ajax Lakeshore Festival 2010

This past Saturday Ajax held its Waterfront Festival. It was our first time attending a good break from the ongoing home renovations. We have some of my wife’s family come over including the favourite (and only) nephew. Here are some pictures that were taken. (OK. Really it’s mostly the kid. I’ll post a picture of some of the cool kites soon.)


A fine wine

If you’re hosting a pre-wedding party or lucky enough to be able to bring wine to your wedding venue I’ve got a very refreshing rose I’ve recently come across to recommend. It’s the Pink Moscato from Banrock Station. An Australian wine that’s rather fruity and thus quite nice on a hot summer day. One of its biggest endorsements is that my wife simply loves this wine, and honestly, she will usually do no more than take a sip from my glass.

For more information on this wine check out:



The finger

No, not that finger. The ring finger. On your wedding day, there are more than enough emotions going on and every thing is a blur. Hence the photographer to take pictures so when things quiet down you can look back upon your wedding album and make sense of it all. One of those shots that people always want is the exchange of the rings. All too often nerves take over and one pushes the ring on the other and the new spouse reciprocates just as quickly. Makes for a tough time to get a great shot unless your photographer reminds you of a few key points. In case they don’t and you’re about to get married, here they are:

a) Make sure the hand that is receiving the ring is faced so that the ring faces the photographer (usually that’s the same direction as the rest of the crowd);

b) Try and keep your fingers as close together as possible. A hand with open fingers looks a bit silly;

c) Once the ring is on, hold for a few seconds. I know just half a second when you’re standing up there may seam like an eternity, but believe me, it’s not that long and nobody will notice.

And that’s about it. Best continuation of the Holidays!