Intimate wedding goals to be found here. This was my first wedding ever at Landon Hall and I became completely smitten with this intimate luxury wedding venue. Located in Cambridge, Ontario, this venue has so much to offer. Personally, I fell in love with all the spaces as they all offer so much natural light and neutral tones, was my photographers’ dream space.
This wedding specifically took place on Valentines Day. It was the perfect date to create that cozy and intimate setting. When I arrived at Langdon Hall, I asked the concierge where I could find Lauren and the bellman took me to her suite, what service! I was immediately impressed with the venue.
Upon arrival to the suite, Lauren was relaxing before her daughter, and adorable flower girl, arrived. I was so excited when Lauren told me that her daughter has a matching dress to her gown. Her daughter was absolutely adorable and loved being in her dress that was just like moms.
I simply adored all the details that Lauren had. They were classic and timeliness and were a perfect match for the day her and Brad envisioned. My favourite piece from her day would have to be her gown. It fit her perfectly and it moved so seamlessly and photographed amazingly.
Once she was all dressed and ready to go, we took off out into the cold for the first look with Brad.
I headed outside to meet Brad and to bring him to the location for where he would first see his bride. As Lauren made her way down the sidewalk, his smile grew and grew. With a subtle tap on the shoulder he turned, smiled bigger and gasped. Have I mentioned how much I love first looks?
After the first look, we spent some time wandering the grounds in and around Langdon Hall. Luckily it was a cold winter day and not too many people were out so we had full range of the space to move quickly from location to location.
After about 20 minutes outside we decided to do some photos inside before Brad’s first look with his flower girl daughter. Which was the sweetest moment ever! Those photos are coming your way. Keep scrolling!
This intimate venue literally has photo opportunity locations everywhere! The natural light in this conservatory was so dreamy and would also be the backdrop for their ceremony in half and hr.
Now it was time for Brad to see his little lady. Be prepared for cuteness overload.
We took this opportunity to do some quick family photos as well.
Before guests started to arrive for the ceremony we snuck back up to the suite for Brad to finish writing out his vows and managed to sneak a few more great bridal portraits of Lauren.
Can we take a minute to appreciate this stunning and simple ceremony space? Talk about intimate wedding goals! They had 18 guests attend their valentines day wedding.
Like I have said time and again during this post, the venue is amazing! Just look at this reception space. This dining hall was gorgeous. The wood burning fireplace transformed the space to ultimate coziness for a private wedding dinner.
To round off the night, we took off for a few outdoor evening photos after sun down. I think it is safe to say that I loved this wedding from beginning to end.
Congratulations to Lauren and Brad. I hope this day was everything you dreamed it would be and more. Intimate, cozy and spent with your closest family and friends. Langdon Hall was a wonderful host and I can only hope that I can document another beautiful wedding here again soon.
Thank you to all the wonderful vendors who made their day a success:
Venue: Langdon Hall
Florals: From the Potting Shed
Gown Shop: Taylors Bridal Boutique
Cake: Stacked Wedding Cakes
Hair: 519 Bridal Beautyhttps://www.519bridalbeauty.ca/
Makeup: Sarah Reeves
As always, there are many more wonderful weddings that are featured on our blog and if you want to check out some more, come see this fun Disney Cruise Wedding on the Disney Dream ship. Click HERE to see that!
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