July 8, 2022
Carolyn and Khali’s wedding took place at The Vue and Clubhouse in Etobicoke. The venue is a few minutes away from Pearson Airport and is located next to the Royal Woodbine Golf Club. The Vue offers a variety of wedding packages, as well as multiple spaces to choose from. Their wedding was absolutely stunning, having light and airy vibes, as well as beach-themed notes.
Carolyn began getting ready for the day at their home with the help of her family, while Khali got ready at the Hilton hotel.
Khali came back home from getting ready at the hotel to do the first look with his future bride. Their first look was absolutely heartwarming with having some of their family be present for it.
Before the wedding ceremony took place at The Vue and Clubhouse, we headed to the Royal Woodbine Golf Club to take some wedding portraits.
Cake made by The Social Bakeshop.
Flowers and decor by Flower Fantasy.
The ceremony at The Vue and Clubhouse was held outside as it was a beautiful sunny day. There were string lights strung all across the top of the event space which made the location even more magical – especially at night. The space can accommodate up to 250 guests and is located just above the 18th Green of the golf course.
After the ceremony, Carolyn, Khali and select family members, including their children, poured sand into a keepsake jar to celebrate their families coming together. The colourful sand matched the beach theme and added yet another memorable event to the day.
During the reception, there were thoughtful speeches and a wonderful steel drum performance.
At night, this cake looked just as gorgeous as it did during the day. The couple enjoyed their cake cutting and the tradition of feeding each other a piece of it before moving on to the dancing and winding down for the day.
And that’s a wrap! A big thank you to Carolyn and Khali for allowing me to photograph their special day!
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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."