Elora Mill is a building that’s over 175 years old and is part of a quite a unique and picturesque community. In 2010 Pearl Events decided to purchase the building and convert the beautiful area into their next venue and spa, and am I ever glad they did! Elora Mill has very quickly become almost every photographers favourite spot to photograph and now I really understand why.
The bride and groom got ready in the family home. Not lavish or pinteresty. Just two people getting dressed on their wedding day with their respective families. This wedding was a long time coming. So the focus of the day was definitely the family and faith.
The merging of family and faith didn’t end there. The bride’s father was also officiating the christian ceremony at Evening Light Tabernacle. It was a conservative setup. There were some flowers setup on the alter. But aside from that, the aisle was kept clear. At the end of the day, it’s the bride and groom who are the stars of this show. After the ceremony, we headed to Victoria Park for some photo of the couple. And then we reunited with the bridal party and family at Elora Mill before the festivities began.
The evening events were kept pretty classic. It was an older crowd so there wasn’t much drinking going on. Many of the guests were just excited to attend a public function and reunite with family after all the Covid lockdowns. The had a first dance, cake, and some speeches. But the sparkler sendoff on the bridge outside Elora Mill was my favourite and a great sendoff for this amazingly sweet couple.