The lure of the Blue Mountains.
The energy of the Village.
The warmth and sophistication of the Toronto Ski Club venue.
These are all ingredients of a fabulous wedding location. Perfect for a bride and groom that enjoyes the outdoors and hustle and bustle energy of life.
This is where Erin and Luke Cook spent the weekend with friends and family and shared their vows and said ‘”I DO” to each other.
The day before the wedding, everyone came together and decorated the Toronto Ski Club. Romance, sophistication and a dash of red neck flare was brought to the Toronto Ski Club venue – truly reflecting Erin and Luke’s personality. I was enlightened that the rehearsal dinner was fabulous and the night was very ‘lively and entertaining’ for everyone. There’s never a dull moment when you hangout with the Cooks.
Before anyone knew, it was September 17th. A day to be cherished and remembered by all. It was a day Erin and Luke, best friends, became husband and wife. The day brought warm weather and rain showers that in turn brought good luck to everything. The rain didn’t stop the bride and groom and entire wedding party from having fun. Laughs, tears, and good cheers were shared among all.
After an incredible 1st Look between the bride and groom, the wedding party piled in the PV van and ventured over to the Blue Mountain Inn for some sophisticated and fun photos. In between jokes and stories they all posed for both traditional and contemporary photos. Such a good mix of people and poses.
Then off they went to the Toronto Ski Club for a magical wedding that made us all cry. High emotions filled the air as Erin and Luke exchanged vows, rings, and sealed everything with a kiss that brought an energetic applause.
The the night was enjoyed by all with an incredible dinner, speeches that brought both laughs and tears to everyone and a night of dancing. And boy did they dance. Energy flowed through everyone all night long.
Congratulations Erin and Luke Cook. Two best friends are now husband and wife. Soul mates.