Wedding details comprise some of the most memorable parts of the big day. However, for Paddy and Cara, their impromptu New Zealand wedding did not give them the opportunity to include all the wedding details they wanted in their ceremony. Ten-2-Ten Photography shared with us the couple’s first anniversary shoot, themed with the wedding details the couple wished to have on their actual wedding day! The unique shoot by Ten-2-Ten Photography helped the couple create new wedding memories, while also commemorating their first year of marriage. Le Papillion Events created the charming set for the vintage styled shoot. Details included a vintage tea party and old Kodak cameras. The couple knew exactly how to keep things light and humorous, posing with cute blackboard signs and goofing around with other props. The location of the shoot was the Toronto Carpet Factory Complex in Liberty Village, Ontario, Canada. A carpet factory complex is not the first thing that comes to mind in terms of an anniversary shoot location. However, the dark brick walls of the complex accented the vintage session perfectly. Paddy and Cara dressed for the occasion in formal attire. Paddy wore a suit that he cleverly asked Cara in one photo whether he could take it off via blackboard sign. Cara wore a simple white single-strap dress that matched the vintage tea party set and complimented her soft features. Her makeup and hair were both done by Changing of the Garnet in Ontario. An anniversary shoot never looked this fun! Ten-2-Ten Photography captured the essence of Paddy and Cara’s first year of marriage and their eager anticipation for the many years to come.
Such an amazing shoot! Thank you Ten-2-Ten Photography for sharing with us these wonderful moments!
Photographer: Ten·2·Ten Photography//Makeup Artist:Changing of the Garnet//Hair Stylist:Changing of the Garnet//Event Planner:Le Papillon Events//Other Location:Liberty Village – Carpet Factory Complex//