Wedding Photos at Toronto’s Aga Khan Museum | Nabeela + Anthony
The day after their traditional West Indian wedding ceremony, Nabeela and Anthony suited up for their wedding photos at Toronto’s Aga Khan Museum. It was an uncharacteristically warm and beautiful summer-like day for October; the contrast of the cloudless blue sky popped against the museum’s light granite facade. Bold architectural elements of the building and the surrounding lush green landscape also added to the vibrant backdrop for the couple’s photos.
Nabeela wore a gorgeous trumpet-style gown that had a sweetheart neckline and a delicately laced fitted bodice that flowed out into cascading layers to her feet. Her hair was simple yet stunning: loose curls swept to one side in an elegant hair clip. The groom-to-be was all class in his monogrammed custom-tailored suit; his navy tuxedo jacket with the black satin shawl-collar lapel and bowtie gave Anthony some serious James Bond swagger.
Looking equally stunning, the bridesmaids were dressed in varying styles of matching indigo floor-length dresses, and the gentlemen sported light grey suits accented with deep blue bowties. In between posing for pictures, the bridal party laughed, sang and danced along to the distant beats of dance music coming from their limo in the parking lot. The groom’s fabulously fun parents looked proudly on while playfully showcasing the ladies’ bejeweled clutches and groomsmen’s red solo cups. Museum-goers stopped to watch the action and offer their compliments and congratulations to the couple. Although the day had just begun, the good vibes, excitement and laughter were an indication of the fun that was to come – including a stop at McDonald’s on the way to the Vow Exchange Ceremony!
Not only did these Wedding Photos at Toronto’s Aga Khan Museum really capture the group’s outgoing personalities, but also reflected the couple’s elegance, style and (of course!) love for each other.
Congratulations Nabeela and Anthony!