Over the last year we’ve seen some truly creative photoshoots take shape not just inside the hotel, but also outside: Couples and bridal parties have ventured around the building, down the laneways, and even into the grocery store!These creative spouses to be—and their talented photographers, entrusted with documenting the special day—have inspired us with their unique urban love adventures. Check out a few of our favourite neighbourhood wedding photo-ops from #westqueenwest.
These two took full advantage of all the gorgeous alleyways, fire escapes, and brick backdrops.
The amazing Boakview Photography have documented many Gladstone weddings and they’re far from running out of new angles to shoot! This picture is from just around the corner.
Taking full advantage of the brick canvas, photographer Ryan Hollies framed Maryiam and Aaron’s perfect post-wedding brunch look.
This beautiful bridal party went over to FreshCo to grab a quick healthy snack, and photographer Robyn S Russell made the most of the moment.
These days more couples are choosing to host winter weddings—after all January is the new June when it comes to weddings!— and while we can’t guarantee there’ll be snow, we can guarantee that any wedding day on West Queen West will be worth the weather.
Take photographer Frances Morency, who made the most of a long winter wedding with this great shot.