October 28, 2022
Stephanie and Mark’s Credit Valley Golf Club Wedding took place in late August and it was the perfect day for an outdoor ceremony. Situated at 2500 Old Carriage Rd. Mississauga, ON, L5C 1Y7, Credit Valley is a gorgeous wedding venue for couples looking for spectacular views overlooking the valley, delicious food, and incredible staff. Everyone is so friendly and helpful and as a preferred vendor, I am confident you will have a great experience here. 🙂
Stephanie and her wedding party, along with her niece and sister-in-law, got ready at her parent’s home in Mississauga. I love photographing couples in the homes they grew up in because the spaces have a lot of sentimental value. You get to see the rooms they grew up in, photos of them when they were younger on the fridge and sometimes if you’re lucky, hang out with their family pets. 🙂
Suits by Moores
Credit Valley Golf and Country Club Weddings can accommodate 220 guests for a wedding reception in the Ballroom. Couples who decide to book here also have the opportunity to host their rehearsals on-site and attend a menu tasting – which I definitely recommend doing! 🙂 The best part of this venue for me, as a photographer, is the number of locations available to couples for photos, including picturesque gardens, golf grounds, weeping willows by the entrance, and the outdoor patio.
Photography: Amanda Soriano Photography
Hair and makeup: Hilary Irish
Wedding dress: Bridal Desires
Bridal party dresses: David’s Bridal
Venue and catering: Credit Valley Golf and Country Club
Entertainment: Sound Obsession
And that’s a wrap! A big thank you to Stephanie and Mark for allowing me to photograph their special day! If you’re still in search of a wedding photographer and would like to learn more about what it’s like to work with me, please visit my Wedding Experience Page.
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Amanda Soriano Photography is located within the traditional and treaty lands of the Mississaugas of the Credit. Known as Adoobiigok [A-doe-bee-goke], the “Place of the Alders” in Michi Saagiig [Mi-Chee Saw-Geeg] language."