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Union Station & Royal York Hotel Engagement

Chrisa & Jason’s wedding took place in March at the gorgeous Palais Royale, but before that we shot some fun & fashionable engagement photos for the happy couple in downtown Toronto.

We began by choosing one of the coldest days of the year (I seem to have  a real talent for doing that, ha).  There was a cold weather alert issued for Toronto, where the weather people warned that frostbite could happen in as little as 15 minutes outside.  So yeah, we decided to stay indoors as much as possible for this shoot!  Which, as it turns out, is fine by us.  If you follow my blog at all, you know I love shooting at fun & unique indoor locations, especially in Toronto.

Here we chose to get warm and shoot inside Union Station.  Jason kept Chrisa plenty warm with lots of hugs and cuddles – perfect for engagement portraits!

Chrisa & Jason were real troopers out there, then after braving the cold for about 10 minutes, we went across the street to the always beautiful Royal York Hotel for a different look.  The Royal York Hotel offers a plush lobby with chandeliers and beautiful ambiance.  So elegant for engagement or wedding photography.

To finish off the session, Chrisa & Jason changed into their Toronto Maple Leafs jerseys for a few sports-themes shots inside the Air Canada Centre (or the ACC as us Torontonians call it).  Chrisa wore her Doug Gilmour Leafs jersey…love it!

Be sure to stay tuned to the blog to catch Chrisa & Jason’s big day at Palais Royale!




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