A Cinematic and Stylish Vintage Engagement Shoot from The Love Studio
Sometimes all it takes is one loved up couple, the right locations and fabulous photographers to create engagement session bliss! Take seriously stylish couple Justin & Vivienne, who spent months scouting Toronto for the perfect locales to bring to life their engagement shoot vision, which they found in the trendy, old-world, Roncesvalles neighbourhood where the couple are lucky enough to live. Nino and Andreea from The Love Studio were on hand with their unique style and eye for light, to capture the couple’s vision and love beautifully…..
Here are a few words from The Love Studio “Vivienne and Justin’s engagement shoot is exactly the sort of thing that inspired us to start The Love Studio in the first place. We dreamed of bringing to life the inventive and creative ideas of couples who were not afraid of expressing their character. Couples with strong personalities and opinions. Couples who believe in their own vision of love and marriage so strongly that they take matters into their own hands with confidence. A traditional white wedding is not for everyone. It certainly was not for us, and it most definitely is not for Justin and Vivienne. Both creative souls, with Vivienne working in film and Justin working in graphic design, their aesthetic sense is sharp and refined. This shoot gave life to their love of vintage cinema and analogue street photography, and was particularly influenced by Kar Wai Wong’s In The Mood For Love , Robert Doisneau‘s post war street photography, and old family photographs of Vivienne’s grandparents in Hong Kong.”
Isn’t it gorgeous? One of my biggest regrets was not taking the time out of our wedding planning to have an engagement session – something I wish all the more every time I see stylish shoots such as this one! A huge thankyou to Justin & Vivienne and Nino & Andreea of The Love Studio for letting me share it here on Chic Vintage Brides. You can see more of it, as well as more of The Love Studio‘s stunning work here on their website www.thelovestudio.net. Oh and if you missed it, you really should take a peek at their Vintage Dior inspired wedding shoot! If you love their work as much as I do, you should definitely be following them on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest.