Toronto Wedding Chapel
Toronto Wedding Chapel is an unlikely place to witness the enduring power and beauty of marriage. Most people have a city hall style wedding because they want something simple. They imagine they will sign a few papers in a dowdy office and that’s it. The reality is something else altogether. This is a little wedding chapel in the heart of Toronto. It has proper wedding decor, extra seating, and an area to mingle after. They go out of their way to make it a special moment. They play music. Offer you the option to walk down the aisle. They talk about marriage as a loving partnership but customize it. Whenever I photograph weddings here, the readings are always unique and relevant to the wedding at hand.
Eyes mist over, voices tremble. A mystery unfolds. The two emerge not just married under the laws of the Province of Ontario, but somehow transformed. They coordinate about 20 to 30 weddings a week. Some are spur of the moment, others arranged by family. Some couples arrive in shorts and T-shirts, others decked out in gorgeous saris or sharp dinner jackets.
I do a few elopements throughout the year. Most of my couples book me for two hours. This allows enough time to get married and take some photos with your attending guests/witnesses. Afterward, I take the couple to a nearby park for their formal portraits.
Arvinder & Matthew, had a very unique elopement as they did it in the middle of winter. We had their ceremony at Toronto Wedding Chapel and their portraits were done at Alexander Muir Gardens.