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Winter-Spring wedding at Chateau Lake Louise.

 

Toronto Wedding Photography

by Phototerra Studio

When I’m really touched by wedding photos, when I’m feeling most deeply, I pick up on the emotion of the picture. As I’m reading the photograph, It paints a love story in my mind.
Today I saw a wedding slide show of Christine and Hutch, and was so moved by these unbelievable wedding photos shot by my brother, Michael Greenberg, that I would like to share the story that I saw and of course a little bit of what I know.
 
I saw a story of true love. The mutual care between the couple and their families and friends is unbelievable. We know their families. We photographed the wedding of Christine’s sister Emily in 2008. That was another stunning wedding with a different flare, but with the same genuine love and warmth…. and I think that’s  what inspired me so much again today.
I must note another common denominator between these 2 weddings. Both were organized by super talented wedding planner Melissa Haggerty from Toronto.
Spectacular spectacular is the name of her company and I have to agree. Amazing job every time and I’m just being honest.
 
As for Christine’s dress, the photos spoke…its Vera Vang…..Its a beautiful modern and luxurious wedding dress, precisely fitted for our bride.
 
Actually this magical event was going on for 3 days but the wedding itself was on April 3rd, 2011 at Chateau Lake Louis which is located in the heart of Banff National park.  Absolutely gorgeous!
 
What can I say… There is only one ending to this story. and you probably already guessed; Christine and Hutch lived happily ever after!

Tally Greenberg,

Phototerra Studio manager

 

  • May 25, 2011 - 9:50 am

    Nazar Melconian - Gorgeous location! The ice skating portion is stunning photography!!! Naz

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