Collaborating with Jonathan Ball from Westend studio is always a treat and this creative bridal shoot was no exception! With coordinator Amanda from @openskyweddings, this shoot came together so smoothly and the photos, as featured in The Wedding Co show every detail beautifully.

We started the morning in Hamilton, at the vintage-industrial Millworks Studios, a hub for artists and photographer studios, where I did makeup for our model Tanika.

LOVE. this. place!!!! The wood floors, narrow stairs and huge windows reminded me of studios I used to work in, in Montreal many years ago and the misty morning was moody in the perfect way.

The second half of the shoot took place in one of Toronto’s most scenic alleyways in downtown Toronto’s westend, natch. The vintage car was a beaut, as were the models, especially in the epic sunset that appeared for us after the rain. Westend studios captured it all so perfectly.

Te dream team of vendors included: Photo: Westend Studio, @westend_studio | Locations: Mill Works Creative District @millworkscreative | Makeup: Maya Makeup, @mayamakeupto | Models: @tanika.db, @kesteeze | Coordinator: Open Sky Weddings @openskyweddings | Dress: Whyte Couture, @whytecouture | Floral: Gatto Flowers, @gattoflowers | Jewelry: The Loved One @theloved_one | Macrame: Little Knotty Farm House @littleknottyfarmhouse

bride looks off into the distance. she has a berry coloured smokey eye and pinky gloss on.

Beautiful bride and groom stand by the window. Groom looking outside, bride looking down. She is wearing a white dress with a wide train and tight bodice and a big bow at the waist, holding a large bouquet of flowers in red and pink tones.

bride and groom in a vintage car.

bride looks down at her sandals, in her wedding dress, holding bouquet in the sunset. leaning against vintage white car.

bride reclining in the backset of the vintage car with burgundy, pink and green flowers strewn across the back of the back seat

bride stands in alleyway in front of a white vintage car, holding a bouquet