I don’t even know where to start with this wedding. First of all, Anne and Sean are two of the nicest people ever and they are so much fun to work with. In addition, all of the details for this wedding were so pretty and well coordinated. Anne and Sean wanted a farm wedding and you can quickly see why they picked the Dyment Farm. I love the wide array of scenery from dilapidated barns to wide open fields to treed areas with just the right amount of late afternoon sunlight trickling in.Anne and Sean opted for a First Look. There is something about seeing each other before the ceremony and getting the majority of the pictures out of the way that just makes everyone more relaxed and makes the day flow a little more smoothly.Well traveled rings. These gorgeous handmade rings came all the way from Greece, twice. During the postal strike they were sent back before eventually making their way to their happy owners.The dinning area was to die for. Look at how beautiful the tables look. Anne and Sean and their family and friends really went all out with the amazing decor.There were even supplies for s’mores!
To Anne and Sean, you both are incredible! Thank you for having me along. Your love makes me smile. Much love, Jennifer.Dress: Blue by Enzoani
Suit: Toronto Custom Suits
Flowers: Deborah Hogg (bride’s mom)
Day-of Coordination: Helen Lai
Decor: Friends and Family
Venue: Dyment Farm
Fiddler: Stephen Fuller