This was one of those weddings where you wanted to take in every sight and sound, colour and texture, feeling and moment. You couldn’t help but smile when you see all the family and friends and cultures coming together for the special occasion and just having a great time. Jesleen and Jihad’s traditional Sikh wedding ceremony at Graydon Hall Manor in Toronto was nothing short of beautiful. I love photographing occasions like this, the colours, clothing and traditions are always so beautiful to see.
Jihad and I actually go back a few years, we both used to dance in the CAISA Fashion Show at the University of Western Ontario. Actually, I was his choreographer and I couldn’t have asked for a better dance partner! If any of you want to see how badass his skills are, ask him to show you some moves from our New Kids on the Block/Janet Jackson number haha. He’s such a great guy and I really couldn’t be happier for him and Jesleen! Congratulations!
Ceremony Venue: Graydon Hall Manor
Reception Venue: Royal Ambassador
Bridal Gown: Maggie Sottero – Rainbow Bridal, Indian gown from India
Groom’s Tux: Collins Formal Wear
Hair & Makeup: Olivia Ha
Cake: La Creme Cakes
Favours: Cake Pops by Renada
Flowers: Toronto Florist Shop
Music: DJ Statik
Steel Drum: Steel Drum Hu
Decorator: Dream Party Decor
Wedding Planner: Lina Daskai – Wed Pack