There is nothing that brings a wedding shoot to life more than a real-life couple like Jacqualine and Daniel! Set against the urban brick backdrop of the recently restored The Jam Factory in Toronto, this playful yet modern-elegant shoot has a genuinely easy and romantic feel thanks to the real life love birds. Planned by the creative minds at Open Sky Weddings and captured by the talented lens of Sarah May, you will feel inspired by this gorgeous gallery.
The Bride’s Project, and it seems that it’s high in demand already. Amanda at Open Sky Weddings recalls, “I returned the dress after the shoot and it was purchased that night from The Brides’ Project! It was certainly meant to be, and I’d like to think we gave it some life for it to find its next adventure!”
From Jacqualine: We are so grateful to this team on creating such a memorable experience. It was really incredible to see the space go from a blank slate of exposed bricks and beams to the finished photos, so full of life! As each vendor added their expertise, the direction and style was very clear and cohesive.
A whimsical vibe matched perfectly with the industrial-meets-rustic ambiance of the venue, creating a sweet-yet-stylish blend.
Brightly coloured roses and rich greenery featured in the bouquet and floral decor, designed by May Flowers, are a stunning contrast to the wooden beams, old radiators and pipes of the original building. The team loved the charm of the dinner table set with beautiful vintage plates, antique lace, and elegant gold details; it infused the perfect ambiance.