Wedding at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Burlington
There was definitely magic in the air for Amanda and Sean’s wedding at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Burlington. Guests mingled among cultivated gardens and rock paths, designed to provide visitors both sustainability and beauty. This environment was the perfect setting for the casual couple, where they celebrated their special day surrounded by nature, family, and friends. The fountains and water features added a peaceful tranquility and allowed for a number of interesting photographic backdrops. We captured some great shots of the couple relaxing on a sun-kissed vintage bench, under the shade of the trees. That day The Royal Botanical Gardens was a bright space with good light and Fotoreflection was lucky enough to photograph the happy couple in a number of interesting outdoor areas on the grounds. The bride’s sunflower floral arrangement was the perfect addition and created a vibrant burst of yellow for the photo shoots.
After celebrating their vows, it was time to take family photos and the wedding party gathered in front of a beautiful canvas of ever-green trees. After some laughter and light-hearted moments, the party moved into the RBG’s Grand Ballroom, where guests were able to socialize either inside the ballroom or in The Royal Court, a covered outdoor area where they were free to enjoy the night air. The rustic romantic theme inside the Ballroom worked perfectly to complete the celebration. From the ponds and walkways, to the nature sanctuaries that boast more than 27 km of trails, the Royal Botanical Gardens in Burlington is truly an enchanting wedding venue for any occasion.
Here are some of our favorite shots from this wedding at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Burlington with Amanda, Sean and their guests!
Wedding at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Burlington | Photos
Wedding at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Burlington.
The bride arriving to the wedding ceremony at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Burlington.
The wedding party goofing after the wedding ceremony at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Burlington.
The Royal Botanical Gardens Burlington: www.rbg.ca