The Northridge Inn is not one of my regular venues. Simply because it is way out of my regular territory. I normally service the GTA. Traveling three hours each way for a wedding is brutal during peak season when I work back to back weddings on the weekend. However, a wedding on a Tuesday, I can do.
Who has their wedding on a Tuesday? This lovely couple. It’s the perfect way to get a quality wedding on a tighter budget. They had a waterfront wedding at the Northridge Inn. The ceremony was at the end of a long pier surrounded by water. It also happened to be my favorite experience of a bride walking down an aisle as there wasn’t a single cell phone in sight. They had beautiful grounds for photos, a live band, and late-night fireworks.
Something unique you’ll notice with this wedding compared to my others is the lack of details. The couple specifically requested for all coverage focus to be on them and their guests. Normally I would spend some time capturing the details of the wedding day. Things like the bride’s dress, or the ceremony setup. They set the stage before the big show. They also act as a way for the bride to sell off their wedding artifacts after the event is over. However since they could only afford one professional photographer for the day, they wanted all the focus to be on their loved ones.
Since this wedding out in the middle of nowhere, it was difficult hiring multiple vendors. So instead of bringing on a separate video team, I captured both photo and video for this event. Video coverage of the ceremony and reception is at the bottom of the page. It includes a full runthrough of the wedding ceremony and the scheduled highlights of the evening wedding reception. All speeches and vows are uncut so you remember every word and every vodka shot.