Liz and Jamie

in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Videographer: Kismet Creative Wedding Films
Venue: Globe And Mail Centre
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Trinity College ChapelCeremony Venue
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Kismet Creative Wedding FilmsVideographer
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Wedding Date on Feb 22, 2020

We can’t help but feel a little bittersweet about posting this Globe and Mail Centre wedding. It was the last film we shot before Covid-19 hit, and while we’re always pumped to send out a final edit to our clients, we can’t help but wonder when we’ll next get back to work. Most of all though, we feel grateful. We feel grateful to have worked with such a fun-loving, sweet and kind couple who put on the most epic wedding for us to film. Liz and Jamie’s day was one of those rare golden winter days. We woke up to beautiful sunshine and it lasted throughout the day. We hit up Liz’s parents house for some prep before the traditional door games began. If we got married again, we would for sure include some door games. They always crack us up, and these were no exception. After a little humiliation, some well-earned hugs and a lot of laughter we headed over to the Globe and Mail centre. This was our first time filming, and all I can say is……JAW DROP. Wow, what an incredible location. You walk out of the elevator doors and are immediately presented with floor to ceiling views of the stunning Toronto skyline. It really is one of the best views in the city. Liz and Jamie gathered their close family for a traditional Chinese Tea Ceremony before we headed over to another famous Toronto landmark; Trinity College. Don’t you love how bright and airy the chapel is? It’s a beautiful and historical building, yet filled with so much natural light. It was the perfect location for a ceremony filled with love and humour. Liz and Jamie wrote beautiful personal vows to each other. It was an absolute joy to hear them re-tell their own perspectives of their relationship. A stand-out moment was Liz recalling something Jamie once said to her: “It is our job to give as much love to the world as we can. Even if people take advantage of our love, we still give as much as we can because that’s what it means to be a good person”. Such a true statement that feels evening more poignant given the hardships we’re facing in this pandemic. Post ceremony we headed out into the Trinity College quadrangle for some group and portrait shots, before heading back to the Globe and Mail centre to catch the sunset. I can’t believe we got the most perfect conditions with the perfect location. We spent a good 40 minutes (we could have filmed for longer) out on the roof-top, giving Liz and Jamie the opportunity to share some time together. They were such an easy going couple that we hardly had to give the any direction. Mango Studio’s were great shooting partners, collaborating and sharing the session. We were all so pumped to be out there that the good energy just flowed into awesome shots. By the time we made our way back in, Impressario Events had the reception room decked out with contemporary yet classic decor. Guests made their way in for cocktail hour with selfies of the skyline galore. The sun set, everyone rose to their feet before Jamie, Liz, their parents and bridal party made some super energetic entrances! We had some touching speeches, games and finally a kick-ass party. We ended the evening with a night time portrait session, back on the rooftop. With that incredible view, how could you blame us?



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Liz and Jamie

in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Videographer: Kismet Creative Wedding Films
Venue: Globe And Mail Centre

Feb 22 2020

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We can’t help but feel a little bittersweet about posting this Globe and Mail Centre wedding. It was the last film we shot before Covid-19 hit, and while we’re always pumped to send out a final edit to our clients, we can’t help but wonder when we’ll next get back to work. Most of all though, we feel grateful. We feel grateful to have worked with such a fun-loving, sweet and kind couple who put on the most epic wedding for us to film. Liz and Jamie’s day was one of those rare golden winter days. We woke up to beautiful sunshine and it lasted throughout the day. We hit up Liz’s parents house for some prep before the traditional door games began. If we got married again, we would for sure include some door games. They always crack us up, and these were no exception. After a little humiliation, some well-earned hugs and a lot of laughter we headed over to the Globe and Mail centre. This was our first time filming, and all I can say is……JAW DROP. Wow, what an incredible location. You walk out of the elevator doors and are immediately presented with floor to ceiling views of the stunning Toronto skyline. It really is one of the best views in the city. Liz and Jamie gathered their close family for a traditional Chinese Tea Ceremony before we headed over to another famous Toronto landmark; Trinity College. Don’t you love how bright and airy the chapel is? It’s a beautiful and historical building, yet filled with so much natural light. It was the perfect location for a ceremony filled with love and humour. Liz and Jamie wrote beautiful personal vows to each other. It was an absolute joy to hear them re-tell their own perspectives of their relationship. A stand-out moment was Liz recalling something Jamie once said to her: “It is our job to give as much love to the world as we can. Even if people take advantage of our love, we still give as much as we can because that’s what it means to be a good person”. Such a true statement that feels evening more poignant given the hardships we’re facing in this pandemic. Post ceremony we headed out into the Trinity College quadrangle for some group and portrait shots, before heading back to the Globe and Mail centre to catch the sunset. I can’t believe we got the most perfect conditions with the perfect location. We spent a good 40 minutes (we could have filmed for longer) out on the roof-top, giving Liz and Jamie the opportunity to share some time together. They were such an easy going couple that we hardly had to give the any direction. Mango Studio’s were great shooting partners, collaborating and sharing the session. We were all so pumped to be out there that the good energy just flowed into awesome shots. By the time we made our way back in, Impressario Events had the reception room decked out with contemporary yet classic decor. Guests made their way in for cocktail hour with selfies of the skyline galore. The sun set, everyone rose to their feet before Jamie, Liz, their parents and bridal party made some super energetic entrances! We had some touching speeches, games and finally a kick-ass party. We ended the evening with a night time portrait session, back on the rooftop. With that incredible view, how could you blame us?


Wedding Team

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Trinity College ChapelCeremony Venue
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Globe And Mail CentreReception Venue
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Kismet Creative Wedding FilmsVideographer
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Mango StudiosPhotographer
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Bloom PlusFlorist
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Windy Chiu MakeupMakeup Artist
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F

Food DudesCaterer
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D

DaanGo Cake LabCakes
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U

Uno Jo Bridal HairHairstylist
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C

CineboothPhotobooth Provider
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I

Impresario EventsEvent Designer
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D

Darcy MacCallumOfficiant
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Unique Entertainment Group IncDJ
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