The summer season has always been filled with some of the brightest and most joyful memories we make throughout our lives. From the cool summer breeze to the boundless sky, and everything in between; the summer season at the apex of the year brings out of us an affirmation of life, a time of change, and a window into what brings us all together. Not to mention some spectacular videography and cinematography for our cameras. So for us here at SDE Weddings®, Toronto’s premier wedding videography, cinematography, and photo-booth group, it would be an absolute delight to work on Tabitha & Sean’s superlative summer season wedding day just this past July 22nd, 2017; in an unforgettable wedding ceremony held at Toronto’s Metropolitan United Church, and a truly remarkable and unique reception and celebration held at the Toronto Reference Library just north of Yonge & Bloor, right at the heart of Toronto. A genuinely unique ensemble of venues, especially the choice of the Toronto Reference Library, would make for excellent and unique footage for our videographers and cinematographers to work with. Coupled with the brilliant summer day and a bright and brilliant future, Tabitha & Sean’s wedding day was truly perfect in every way, from every vantage point captured by our videographers and cinematographers. So join us as we recall some of our most treasured memories from Tabitha & Sean’s wedding day, and take a look at one of our videographers and cinematographers’ most favorite and most creative summer season weddings to date.
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