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Beautiful Berkeley Events Toronto Wedding


I have to admit – Ara and James’s Berkeley Events Toronto wedding was one of my all-time favourite wedding days. This is simply because Ara and James’s big warm hearts and ear-to-ear smiles just completely melted my heart, and their friendship to this day is something I am forever grateful for. They are just so much fun and their sweet loving energy and vibes filled every room they were in. I just love when that happens. When there is magic all around – it makes my photojournalistic style of photographing thrive. I get filled with joy and excitement as I press the shutter and observe so much magic naturally happening all around me. Couples with a sense of adventure, a sense of humour, and a vitality for living life to their fullest are my kind of people!

Ara and James tied the knot on the most gorgeous day in May at one of the most beautiful venues in Toronto, Airship 37 – a Berkeley Events Toronto wedding venue – surrounded by their closest friends and family. Their wedding could not have been more stunning, and all the sweet details throughout the day were so thoughtful! What I loved most about their wedding day was that it was so much like them as a couple – full of warmth, love, emotion, and so much sweet laughter!

One of the best parts of my job is when I am fortunate enough to fatefully meet couples who feel instantly like forever friends – like we’ve known each other forever. Ara and James are this to me, and my heart is just so full of gratefulness. This wedding day will forever be etched in my heart, and it is a constant reminder to me of the beautiful positively-infectious power of a gosh-darn beautiful smile.

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With love,


Photography: Jacqueline James Photography

Double featured in Berkeley Events and Eventsource


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