Category Archives: Weddings
Photography: T.H. Jackson Huang
Planner: Melissa Haggerty, Spectacular Spectacular
Design Management: Bill Fulghum, William Fulghum Design
Floral and Mobile Design: Sterling Kjargaard
Furnishings: Contemporary Furniture Rentals
Stationery: Pantry Press
Cake: Bobbette & Belle
Catering: Chef Mark McEwen, North 44
Video: Bruce Patterson, Cloud Nine Creative
Gown: Monique Lhuillier from Dina Alonzi
Toronto Life recently commended Ikonica as one of the best wedding photographers in Toronto. In a city as great as ours, there are many remarkable talents. We are fortunate to be among those singled out.
Here is the story:
For their two-day wedding celebration, Amrit and Sundeep made logistic magic. The couple transported one of India’s most engaging natives–a tiger– into Amrit’s quaint and beautifully pristine hometown of Sharbot Lake Ontario. Needless to say, they caused quite a commotion! The township closed the main road leading to Amrit’s parents’ house for a spectacular procession that left locals agape with wonder: First came Amrit and her bridal party, followed by a fantastic dance performance; then came Sundeep with the tiger, trailed by his family and friends—That was Day One. On Day Two, Sundeep flew in Bhangra legends, Apna Sangeet, to perform at The Royal Ontario Museum. The dynamic couple has shown that determination defies distance in more ways than this: Despite the fact that Amrit and Sundeep now live in Budapest, they still return every few months to Sharbot Lake, the place Amrit will always call home.
On their wedding day, high school sweethearts, Carol and Jack , celebrated the union of their past, present, and future, in the irresistible style of the 1980’s/90’s director, John Hughes. The couple briefly haunted the halls of their former high school, York Mills Collegiate Institute, where they first met and made perfect chemistry. Ikonica’s Jackson Huang was thrilled to capture such youthful whimsy before repairing to Graydon Hall Manor for an impeccably picturesque autumn afternoon.