I am beyond proud and thrilled to be making this announcement today, Boundless Weddings has been selected by the iconic Doctor’s House in Kleinburg (Vaughan) to be the exclusive preferred photographer, cinematographer and wedding planning company.
This is without a doubt a the most awe inspiring, amazing and unexpected trend in the wedding industry today. Imagine seeing your entire wedding again… while you’re still there. I’ve heard form dozens of party guests that they were blown away by the video that was created and presented at the reception, not because it was the best production they’ve ever seen, but how quickly it was put together.
You’ve been asked to give a toast to the couple on the wedding day, and not to put any more added pressure, but your toast will be impossible to forget, so you better do what you gotta do to own it. It’s very easy to go over the top and make yourself look like a fool, or to bore the audience with facts and thoughts that no one either gets, or cares about.
Seeing your husband before the ceremony is supposed to be taboo, right? Not in today’s world. The most beautiful, private, amazing and spontaneous ceremony is popping up in our weddings more and more every year.
It’s a funny thing when you build a positive relationship with someone; they tend to want to help you. Friends will assist you move, sisters will help you buy clothes, and your photographer will do little extras before and after your wedding day.
I’ve been involved in weddings professionally for years now, and I’ve seen it all (At least I hope I have). Almost every single couple I speak to post wedding have the same thoughts – “I can’t believe how fast the day went” or “I can’t even remember walking down the aisle”.
So you’ve just booked your engagement session, now what? You probably have a few questions about how to prepare and Boundless is here to help!
When planning a wedding, couples will typically opt for a date ranging from late spring to early fall. There are many reasons for this! The milder weather being the most obvious.
As the old rhyme goes, incorporating ‘something old’ and ‘something new’ into your wedding day attire should bring you good fortune as you begin this new and exciting chapter of your life!
The third item that the old English rhyme recommends every bride wear on her wedding day is ‘something borrowed’. This gives you a great opportunity to reach out to a cherished friend or family member to ask them to contribute to your special day!