When a wedding features taco’s as the meal, you know it’s going to be a good one. Samie & Luke had such a vision for their wedding, and they couldn’t have done a better job in representing their love and story. They included their love of Korean food, blended in their eclectic electronics tunes and put it all together with style and flair.
It was a beautiful event, obviously through the photos. But what caught my attention the most was their families. They had people travel from all over the Country and the world to be apart of their wedding. The amount of joyful energy that resonated through that space was enough to make anyone cry. One of the many points of Samie’s fathers speech really hit home with me. He spoke about their very humble beginnings and how Samie & Luke have continued in their success with such love, humility and kindness. This cannot be said enough. I want to thank the universe for letting me be apart of this day, and in these twos lives, because it has impacted my world in the best way possible.
When I shoot weddings I always plan photos of the couple at different times. We never shoot in one block because I believe just posing for an hour barely tells any kind of story for your day. So in true Samie and Luke fashion, we rocked a quick night time sesh that was romantic as hell. Although we did miss the sunset, I think that this was SO much more them. And also a very nice ode to their night time engagement session we did a while back. Check out their downtown engagement session in Koreatown here.
Without further ado, here is Samie & Luke’s very lovely downtown toronto wedding!