The spring season through the ages has brought a bountiful cycle of growth, rebirth, and new beginnings. With the flowers in full bloom from a winter’s slumber, and the briskness of springtime rainfall bringing forth the blossoming of bountiful greenery, the spring season has always been emblematic of new beginnings and the creation of new life – a perfect time for wedding videography and cinematography. And for our videographers and cinematographers here at SDE Weddings®, Toronto’s premier wedding videography, cinematography, and photo-booth group, the springtime wedding of Neshmi & Sadat was a wonderful and unforgettable event for us to film; a true commemoration of the meaning of springtime and its message of new beginnings and bountiful blessings. Neshmi & Sadat held their truly wonderful springtime wedding day on May 6th, 2017 just this previous year in an absolutely remarkable wedding day ceremony and celebration held at Toronto’s landmark Palais Royale ballroom and dance hall, just along Toronto’s iconic harbourfront, with an interlude held at the historic Knox College at the University of Toronto, all excellent venue choices that made for excellent wedding day footage for our videographers and cinematographers. With a classical theme, breathtaking wedding day venues, and a heartfelt love to commemorate on a truly special day, filming Neshmi & Sadat’s wedding day for our videographers and cinematographers was an absolute delight from start to finish, with our highlight reel full of spectacular memories from a wonderful day. So join us as we recall some of our most treasured memories from Neshmi & Sadat’s unforgettable springtime wedding day, and immerse yourself in one of our videographers and cinematographers’ most prized springtime weddings.
Love knows no boundaries and distance. Just how far someone is willing to go to find that special someone to make them whole is a testament to how much they yearn for love and happiness. We here at SDE weddings, Toronto’s premier wedding videography, cinematography, and photobooth company know that inclination and feeling all too well. This is the story of Ami and Ravin’s big day. Ravin ventured off into the states in search of love. There he found his one true love Ami. The couple travelled all the way from the states back to Canada to have their Hindu south Asian wedding here in the heart of Mississauga on May 24th, 2015.
Colourful oversized glasses, a mighty king’s sceptre, shiny plastics swords, and a goofy-looking… chicken head?! Without a doubt, things couldn’t have been more fun than on the night of Pushpinder and Januvi’s entrancing wedding held at the glamorous Mississauga Versailles Convention Centre on July 4th, 2015, where countless friends and family flew from all over the world to attend their special day. What made it even more special was that we at SDE Weddings, Toronto’s premier wedding videography, cinematography and photo booth company, had the pleasure to document these silly, yet extremely precious moments. As you can see below, guests had an extraordinary time smiling and cosplaying with the bountiful amount of playful props provided by our photo booth. Feel free to scroll down and view more of Pushpinder and Januvi’s wedding day celebration!
Date: July 4th, 2015
Venue: 6721 Edwards Blvd, Mississauga, ON L5T 2V9 | (905) 565-7400
A central tenant that solidifies our beliefs and passion for our work here at SDE Weddings, Toronto’s premier wedding videography and cinematography specialists, is the simple reality of the power of love to transcend the boundaries between people. That’s why our videographers and cinematographers are always and ever smitten whenever filming and working with multi-ethnic and multi-religious couples in helping them forge the unforgettable memories of their wedding day. One particularly recent wedding we helped film was that of Amanda and Ricky, a couple from Woodbridge and Brampton respectively. Ricky, a South-Asian Sikh, and Amanda, an Italian Catholic, make for an interesting pairing, to say the least. Coming from mutually disparate worlds and jointly distinct traditions, their eventual union is but a testament to Toronto’s inclusive cultural climate, one of which our native Torontonian videographers and cinematographers can truly appreciate in its vibrance and diversity. The beloved couple had decided to host separate ceremonies attesting to both their faiths and traditions, a Sikh wedding on August 30th 2014 at the famous Ontario Khalsa Darbar in Mississauga, and following that a Catholic ceremony on September 6th, 2014 at the Immaculate Conception Parish in Woodbridge. Not unlike the many multicultural marriages we’ve worked with, Amanda and Ricky’s wedding tale was a heartwarming one. With our videographers and cinematographers putting their all into capturing their wedding day memories, and a Next-Day-Edit specially made for the couples’ reception, Amanda and Ricky’s wedding made for a truly unforgettable experience.