Toronto is well known for its unique diversities. You see every cultural practices and traditions of each ethnicity and you can’t help but appreciate it. This wedding especially highlights the colours of the African culture. Kate and Bernard decided to celebrate their event at the La Primavera Hospitality and Convention Centre in Vaughan, Ontario. One thing I really love seeing in African weddings is how good each person is at dancing! It just seems embedded in their DNA to be natural awesome dancers. Of course, one highlight of the day was a little show put on by Bernard’s little cousins…don’t let their ages fool you…these guys sure know how to move!
On another note, it also was a great pleasure seeing one of my past grooms in this wedding, Eric Ampong and his lovely wife Joyce, whom I photographed 4 years ago. Eric started his own custom suit business (Eaden Myles) shortly after they got married and the groomsmen in this wedding just looked fabulous in his custom made suits! Feel free to check out these great custom tailored menswear at www.eadenmyles.com.
Vendors for this event include:
Music – DJ Shorty (pinsta.me/djshorty6)
Decor – Stars decoration – (starsdecoration.ca)
Menswear Suits – Eaden Myles (eadenmyles.com)
Cake – Caksterpiece (cakesterpiece.com)
Flowers – Flores Flowers & Gifts (twitter.com/floresgifts)
Videography – Bella Film Studios – Edward Ofori
Limousine – (torontolimorentals.com)