The King Edward - Sovereign & Crystal Ballrooms Wedding
The Omni Hotels & Resorts - King Edward in Toronto has four elegant ballrooms, each unique. In this wedding book of a beautiful Persian Canadian couple, we introduce the Sovereign Ballroom and the Crystal Ballroom. With its 12 ft ornate ceiling, incredible wall art, and huge windows, the Sovereign has to be one of the superb indoor ceremony locations.
Our couple chose this ballroom for their Persian wedding ceremony and held their wedding reception and the Crystal Ballroom. Their album follows their wedding day story as it unfolds, starting with the morning preparations, first look, and couple’s portraits at a stunning private mansion on Bridal Path – Toronto. We photographed indoors because it rained that day. Nevertheless, if you choose the Omni King Edward as your wedding venue, you can stay assured that your background will change from classic to chic to magnificent. Of course, it always helps to have an excellent team of wedding professionals to secure the best possible wedding experience.
The annual wedding magazine – Elegant Wedding Toronto - recently published our Sovereign and Crystal Ballrooms event reportage. You can find it on the stands in Ontario, Canada, and online.
Rowan, Christina. “Sanaz & Wael – a Touch of Luxury.” Elegant Wedding Toronto. January 2019: 52-55. Print.
How We Designed this Album
We designed the Sovereign and Crystal Ballrooms wedding album with our bride’s preferences in mind – black and white wedding photography. Since not all photos are meant to have color, we strategically shot certain images with an idea of changing them to black and white in post-production. Take a look at the groom’s portrait on spread 17 of the album for example. Pretty cool, wouldn’t you agree? This portrait is on the background of a yellowish marble, not the most exciting color, but in black and white it looks phenomenal.
The colors come back in all their glory as soon as we begin to describe the Omni King Edward Hotel festivities. The splendid details of the Persian wedding ceremony spread at the Sovereign Ballroom as well as the overall look and feel of the Crystal Ballroom
reception, dressed up in shades of white, pink and gold, can only be portrayed in full color.