Indoor Weddings are all different and it’s important to know all the rules and possibilities when booking a wedding venue. Please look at some of the awesome indoor wedding venues that we’ve photographed over the years.
For tips and advice on how to book your wedding venue please refer back to here for a guide that I will be publishing soon.
There are so many cultures and traditions that have their own unique wedding venues and understanding them is very important. Some wedding venues have rules for photographers and different kind of lighting that could and will potentially effect your photography and video.
When choosing an indoor wedding location, determine if it feels right. Maybe it’s your local church that you’re familiar with but if not just go take a visit and spend some time there. Does it feel right to you? Can you envision your wedding there? What’s the temperature like, too cold or hot on a summer day?
Check the indoor wedding venue during the time your ceremony will be. Just to see if the lighting conditions are optimal to your liking. You might like the daylight coming in through the day but not on a cloudy or dark day.
Some cultures don’t allow shoes to be worn or guests must cover their heads. This is important information for your guests so they can be prepared and respectful.
Also check to see if your indoor wedding venue is in an area that’s easily accessible to guests and not too hard to find with good parking.
Enjoy these highlights of Gurdeep and Manny’s Sikh pre-wedding events, which include mendhi (henna), maiyan and jaggo. There will be 3 parts to this wedding blogged just because of how many photo’s there are. It’s nice to break it up. I could alternatively cut out 229 photos and make 1 condensed blog post but […]
Firstly. this beautiful St Joesph the Worker Parish wedding is R.A’s and Tracy’s. I haven’t had a chance to blog it yet with all that’s happening in the world. But I remember that it was full of anticipation, some tears and lots of laughs. I still remember the moment when R.A pulled out the […]
Fort Garry Indian Wedding – Lucky + Sunny ( Part 2 ) This is the second half of Lucky and Sunny’s epic Indian Wedding at the Fort Garry Hotel. The Ceremony and Reception were on two separate days as most of these events are. Firstly, if you haven’t seen the first part I would […]
This was the second St Ignatius Church wedding I’ve photographed and the second Sri Lankan wedding. Their ceremony at the church was beautiful. I still remember when those church doors opened for Navi to walk down the aisle. Himath’s expression when he first saw his bride come down that isle was beautiful. I’m so happy […]
Human Rights Museum Wedding Kicking off the first wedding of the year with this incredible Human Rights Museum Wedding. Omar and Adrienne are absolute sweethearts. They were so nervous and excited to see each other that they couldn’t hold back their tears when they saw each other for the first time up in the tiny […]
The Whitetail Meadow wedding venue was the perfect location for Jason and Wajihah’s wedding reception. This is part 2 of their blog series and part 1 can be seen here if you missed it. I had a 4 day event with these two and the final party day didn’t disappoint. The bride and groom met me […]
Winnipeg Wedding Couple: Marvin + Krystal This Winnipeg wedding took place at St Anthony Padua Church on a great day. I think we captured almost every kind of human expression on this day. Just check out the reception and you’ll see what I’m talking about. Like when Marvin got his pants taken off him […]
Luxury Wedding Winnipeg Aneil + Sabrina Human Rights Museum – Winnipeg, MB Aneil and Sabrina spent two years planning their beautiful wedding which was over a 5 day period with Indian traditions and celebrations. This wedding was planned with the help of Emma from Events by Emma. They did a wonderful job transforming the Human […]