Fairytale wedding alert!!!
Doesn’t the story always end with the princess marrying her knight in shining armour? Of course!
Many people dream of having that perfect fairytale wedding, and these two did just that. Sabrina wore a tiara to accompany her gorgeous and elegant princess-style Morilee gown, by Madeline Gardner. Paul’s “armour” was a steel chariot (380 horses), all dressed in shiny black, called the Jaguar F-type P380. If these two decide to have any kids one day, they already have the perfect picture-book story to tell them!
Not only did they look like a princess and knight in shining armour, but their day also matched it perfectly. It included a jaw dropping choreographed dance (by Jan Fregonese) on clouds, to a song sung live by Sabrina’s childhood idol (and talented opera singer), Joey Niceforo. Honestly, it was something so special I’ve never seen it in all the 130 weddings I’ve shot this far. I could tell everyone (not just me) was in awe as I looked around the room. I even looked at Mel (Nova Films) at the same moment she wiped away some tears.
I’m not crying, you’re crying.
You’re definitely going to have to check out their First Dance video… (link at the end of the blog).
Sabrina and Paul also decided to have their bridal party and couples photos done at one of the oldest buildings in Sudbury (built in 1907), the Bell Mansion (Sudbury Art Gallery). This was another amazing choice because the architecture really allowed me to capture some photos that felt like they were at a castle, which definitely added to the whole fairytale theme.
Okay, enough with the story… Go check it out for yourself NOW!
Huge thanks to all these vendors that played such a big role in making their big day what she’s always dreamed of. So special!
MUA: Dana Lajeunesse and Amber Thompson
Hair: Hair by Hannah
Flowers and Decor by: Lavish Events and Florals
Videographer: Nova Films
DJ/MC: Entertainment Solutions
Tux: Arthur Montréal
Dress: Morilee from Priceless Bridals
Venue: United Steelworkers Hall
Now that you’ve made it through all that. You have to watch this video by Nova Films.