January 31, 2023
Selma and Haris’ Jump Restaurant wedding was picture-perfect! We began our day at their home, followed by a first look at their building, traveled for formal portraits to Toronto Music Garden and Commerce Court West Toronto, and our final destination at Jump Restaurant for the ceremony and reception.
Thank you so much Selma and Harris for allowing me to photograph your lovely wedding day.
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Catering: Jump Restaurant
Wedding Planner: Rainbow Chan
Flowers: Something Borrowed Blooms
Music and Entertainment: Ben Decent
Cake: Just Temptations
Wedding Dress: The White Magnolia
Suits: Tuxedo Junction
Hair and Makeup: Annimations Makeup
“One of the best decisions we made in regards to our wedding was to hire Amanda as our wedding photographer. It didn’t feel like we were working with a vendor but rather that we were working with close friends. We haven’t even gotten our full gallery back yet, but I know that we will be absolutely thrilled once we do because every photo and every moment working with Amanda and Rob has been absolutely wonderful.
They have gone above and beyond to ensure that we felt comfortable on our big day and that every precious moment was captured! We loved every single picture from our engagement shoot and every single picture from our wedding day sneak peek!
Amanda went as far as finding me during cocktail hour during a hair/makeup touch up and ask if I needed a drink or something to eat! This moment itself made hiring Amanda completely worth it. Wedding planning and picking your photographer can be stressful, but if you hire Amanda for your big day, you will have already crossed one big decisions off your list and know that you are in the absolute best hands! <3 I plan to hire her again for any other big life events!”
– Selma & Harris
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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."