Stephanie & Kiff’s Hart House wedding was elegant and casual at the same time. I know I’ve contradicted myself using those words to describe Stephanie & Kiff’s wedding but it is true. Stephanie was absolutely stunning in her bird cage veil and so were her bridesmaids in their purple dresses. Kiff and his groomsmen looked so handsome in their navy pin stripe suits. The Wedding Design Studio created beautiful decor in orange and purple for Stephanie & Kiff and Hart House is always such a marvelous venue. While everything looked so gorgeous and elegant, the feeling in the tent was a casual one. Everyone was relaxed, having fun and just enjoying themselves all around. We loved how Stephanie & Kiff wore their cowboy boots. The other thing we loved was all of the adorable little kids running around, being hilarious and eyeing up the cupcakes. Paolo from Audio Edge did an awesome job keeping the party going. We’re sure everyone danced the night away.
Congratulations, Stephanie & Kiff! It was an honour to share your wedding day with you.
Holly & Roger
Don’t you just love Steph’s boots?
See what I mean? Isn’t Stephanie stunning?
Gloryenna, Stephanie’s niece and flower girl, is full of personality. She kept us giggling.
Stephanie’s brother-in-law performed their wedding ceremony. We loved how there was so much joy during the ceremony.
In the middle of the ceremony Gloryenna decided to dump out the rest of her flower petals before she ran over to her mom. So cute!
This is one of my favourite photos that I captured of Stephanie & Kiff. I love all of the joy in this photo.
Steph & Kiff and their adorable son, Zachary.
This is Roger’s favourite photo that he captured of Steph & Kiff.
Some of the elegant decor. The chandeliers were amazing.
Oh how this photo makes me laugh of Gloryenna eyeing up the cupcakes.
After dinner we grabbed Stephanie & Kiff to take a few more portraits of them while the sun was setting. I was taking photos of them walking away when Kiff stepped on their son’s toy. I’m sure all parents of young children can totally relate to this photo!