There’s sort of a vibe that goes on between us and potential clients that allows us to get a feel for what they want and whether we’re the right fit. A usual meeting consists of our normal introduction about style and methods, but Carla and Jesse listened without questions. We met at our usual coffee shop, and talked about how we like to capture the day as it unfolds and progresses, but the meeting was over in a blink. Of course we assumed they were just shopping around, but a week or two later we found out we were chosen. Our meeting was merely a test to gauge our level of sanity.
With this kind of go-to, decisive mentality, it was clear that Carla and Jesse would throw an impressive wedding. They planned everything perfectly – no need for cars, with everything in walking distance. No stress about timing and where everyone is, just the ability to sit back and watch the day unfold. All the good stuff happened in downtown Toronto at St. Lawrence Hall; Carla and her bridesmaids got ready at the nearby King Edward Hotel.
Every detail was immaculately coordinated and tasteful. Carla was stunning in a BHLDN wedding gown and the venue was packed with flowers. Carla and Jesse radiated with happiness throughout the day; it was just pure and blissful. And when it came time to celebrate at the reception, indie wedding DJ Justin brought the house down.
Music : Led Zeppelin – The Rain Song ( iTunes )