June 18, 2022
Amrit and David’s beautiful Erin Estate Wedding in Erin, Ontario located at 6107 Second Line, Orton, ON L0N 1N0 was perfection. Erin Estate’s 13 acre property is the perfect wedding venue for those looking to be surrounded by nature with it’s one-of-a-kind forest ceremony space, onside wedding suite and endless hallway of trees.
Starting their day at Erin Estate, Amrit and David got ready at the on sight suite. Amrit was upstairs and David was downstairs. Blessing us with their magic, Kafi Khalifa was in charge of hair and makeup.
Florals by Erin Estate.
Once David and Amrit finished getting ready, it was time for the first look and so we headed into the forest right by the outdoor ceremony space.
The outdoor ceremony space at Erin Estate is incredible. Completely surrounded by trees and nature, couples share their vows underneath this beautiful arbour right by a small bridge they cross over above running water. It’s absolutely gorgeous!
Officiant: Sherri Murphy
This is the house where Amrit and David got ready.
And that’s a wrap! If you have questions about having an Erin Estate Wedding, from a photographer’s perspective, feel free to reach out!
“Amanda was our wedding photographer and we couldn’t have asked for anyone better. Not only is she a very talented photographer, she also goes above and beyond in making you feel special while capturing your day. She was early (not just on time) which was a great help on the wedding day.
She delivered sneak peak photos well before we anticipated them. She was super responsive, and reachable at any time of the day or week. She helped us stay organized through her spreadsheets and questionnaire – so much so that we ran ahead of time on our wedding timeline and were able to enjoy the day even more!
If you are looking for someone who will go above and beyond in making your wedding day easier and memorable, Amanda’s your person! Thanks so much Amanda!!”
– Amrit & David
©2022 Amanda Soriano | Site Credit Karima Creative
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."