Petite restaurant weddings are just delicious! The first look was at one my favourite Montreal parks, Parc Sir-George Étienne-Cartier. But I decided it would be a reverse first look, out with tradition and in with the sexy. The groom was lucky to see the sexy back of this dress and while the bride had no clue of his expression. It was perfect. From there we headed to McGill University Birks Pavillion for the chapel ceremony. Intimate and naturally lit. The evening ended at Taverne On The Square and it was a team effort with Tuck Shop catering.
I think I stumbled into this wedding. Without the long story, it was as simple as Adam rolling down his car window and yelling “M@$%!@ do you want to shoot my wedding!” Everyone in Montreal knows Adam and everyone in Montreal should get to know Lisa. Sweetness in both but in different flavours.
A huge write up isn’t really necessary with what is obvious in this beautiful urban Montreal wedding. When wedding photography borders looking like a wedding editorial fashion shoot I have nothing to add. The couple did express that they loved genuine images, bringing a smile to my face. Wedding Planner; Concepts Antoinette Dress; Paco Guiven Venue; Theatre St-James, Caterer; Franca Mazza Videographer; IoanFilms