The Hamilton Building is a beautiful old building used to be a bank and now is converted into offices and wedding photo locations. It has a beautiful classic spiral stair case and a really cool window room located on the 2nd floor that is also popular for photo’s. I’ve photograph here almost on regular basis with couples as it’s quite popular. It’s also right downtown so it’s easy to get to other locations. I always try to do something different here as it can get repetitive so being creative here is important after getting the classic shots which are super easy to do here. The location is very central as it’s downtown so moving from one place to the next is a breeze especially if your reception is near by. It’s a beautiful historic building that offers one of the nicest stair cases in the city for photos.
395 Main St, Winnipeg, MB R3B 3N8
Mike and Jenny had a beautiful ceremony at St Boniface Golf Course but prior to that we had two awesome tea ceremonies which are a Chinese tradition on wedding days with exchange of gifts and serving tea to the elders from the bride and groom. The door games were hilarious as the boys had […]
Arvine and Darlene who now live in Alberta had a beautiful summer wedding here in Winnipeg. The day went perfectly as we hit up the legislature building, Fort Garry Hotel (outside), hamilton building and the exchange for their portraits just before the rain started to fall down. The reception was full of fun games and dances with live singing from a close friend. Enjoy these highlights!
A very emotional wedding on a beautiful December day where the weather was warm enough to take some stunning shots at sunset and at night. This wedding was just as much about family as it was David and Karen. Karen’s father had passed away not too long before her wedding but he was included in every step of the way as her mother walked her down the isle and her brothers danced in his place. It was very emotional for us all. Please enjoy some of the moments we captured for them.
Patrick and Monica’s wedding was celebrated over the course of a week before the ceremony at Dr Raj Pandey Hindu Temple because of the Hindu traditions that are preformed just like other Indian weddings. This just means more partying after and as we all know Indians know how to party. Now mix in the Caribbean side to things and now you have an epic wedding.