November 21, 2022
Nicole and Alex’s Old Mill Wedding in Toronto took place in early Fall and was filled with so much love and gorgeous weather. We took Nicole’s getting ready photos at the Old Mill Hotel, and Alex’s at his family’s home. The Old Mill and hotel were filled with a cozy atmosphere, lots of charming architectural details, and a great rustic aesthetic. The grounds of the venue made for amazing photo locations too!
Nicole and Alex had their wedding ceremony in the Old Mill Chapel. The Chapel can accommodate 120 guests and ceremonies are booked on the hour and are typically 30 minutes in length beginning at 9 am. Since there are many rooms/halls at the Old Mill, there are typically multiple weddings taking place.
And that’s a wrap! A big thank you to Nicole and Alex for letting me 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.
Venue: The Old Mill Toronto
Wedding Dress: Lovebird Bridal
Veil: Meadow Sweet Bridal
Flowers: Rhea Flower Shop
Cake/Dessert: Yorkshire Pudding
Music: MacMillan Entertainment Group
Engagement Ring: Leif Benner
“We hired Amanda for our wedding which occurred yesterday. She is absolutely amazing and we cannot praise her enough! Many of our family and friends told us that they loved her energy and presence.
In the days leading up to the wedding, she went to the venue to scope out different areas. Even in the months and weeks prior, she would email or text to check-in. She left for the evening around 9 pm and by 10:30 am this morning, she sent over a few edited sneak peeks! The devil works hard but Amanda works harder. Hiring Amanda will not leave you disappointed. We cannot thank her enough.”
– Nicole & Alex
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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."