I met Michelle and Pearce through a mutual friend. They contacted me only a few short months prior to their winter wedding; a small, intimate gathering of their closest family and friends in the wine cellar at the Price St. Terroni. The real clincher for me, however, was when Michelle mentioned that they wanted to get ready at home, together. I knew that the couple were purveyors of mid-century modern furniture, but I had no idea that their home would make for what can only be described as Mad Men-meets-Architectural Digest.
On the morning of their wedding, I met the couple at their home to capture them getting ready. Michelle wore a used dress she bought online (shoutout to my upcycle brides!) and a vintage fur stole, naturally. After the first-look, we headed down to the Kimpton Saint George Hotel for photos and a jaunt along Bloor West. It was crisp that day, but we were fortunate enough to catch the last hour of sunlight for some city-scape, golden-hour captures.
Winter weddings are a different kind of mood, but those crisp, bright wintery days offer a very special backdrop for photos; both in and outside the city.
Looking for more winter wedding inspiration? Check out Tom & Makenna’s City Hall nuptials.