You did an engagement shoot at the Berkeley fieldhouse for the love struck faux wedding at Berkeley church. (a faux-wedding and event expo that took place at the Berkeley Church and Berkeley Fieldhouse in Toronto.) -How did this go?
It was amazing. The team we worked with was able to really transform the space in unique ways and the lighting here is always dreamy which is a huge positive when you are primarily a natural light photographer.
” The Love by Lynzie Weddings + Events team crafted three backdrops for the shoot, all out of paper. The first, a geometric honeycomb backdrop inspired a vignette complete with a honeycomb flavoured cake, a gin and honey signature cocktail, and bright, bold masculine colours. The second, antique frames filled with paper dolls and hearts, features sweet, feminine colours, an antique couch, and a graphic save the date. The final backdrop, featuring only our bride, was made using the pages of old books, muslin, botanical prints an a beautiful, rainbow coloured floral garland.” http://www.weddingobsession.com/2014/03/11/lovestruck-engagement-from-love-by-lynzie-weddings-events/
What is the thing that makes you feel like you really captured the essence of a wedding?
When I am editing the wedding if I find myself smiling, I know I hit it right on point.
Photographer : Scarlet O’Neill Photography
Venue: Berkeley Fieldhouse