With the wonderful transition from fall into the winter season, came the wedding of Marianne and Kevin. It was such a beautiful day; not as cold as it could have been day for that time of the year, and no rain or other inclement weather. I met Marianne and Kevin through their friend and a wedding coordinator Samantha. This small wedding was perfect; it was a Sunday afternoon when Marianne and Kevin exchanged their vowels at Fuzion Banquet hall, which was followed by the cocktail hour and lunch. All the guests were happy and complimented the bride and groom on such a great idea. After the lunch reception was over, we headed over to Distillery District for some evening fun photos in the romantic and magical setting of Toronto’s Christmas Market. It was a placid Sunday evening and just a over a week before the opening of the Toronto Christmas Market; although there were no substantial crowds in the place, all the Christmas lights and seasonal décor were already there and it just looked amazing… The 45-foot White Spruce Christmas tree was the perfect touch for the occasion. It definitely created a romantic feel, which Marianne and Kevin were looking forward to. Once you are there you feel as if you have traveled back in time and you can imagine yourself being in Europe. It reminds me of some streets in London, where you can loose yourself while looking for the best Pub around the neighborhood, or simply a delicious dish of Fish and Chips. It was so much fun and everybody enjoyed it, although it was just the five of us, it was so easy to move around and take a variety of pictures. My favorite pictures are the one with the vintage truck, since its rusted exterior matches perfectly with the color of the bricks all around the setting. Enjoy!