Rachel and Mark's wedding at Enoch Turner Schoolhouse was minimalistic and comfortably intimate. Rachel opted out from getting ready photos in the morning and didn't quite enjoy being in the spotlight for bride and groom portraits. The wedding photographs were nothing cookie-cutter but genuinely captured her modesty as well as her intimate relationship with Mark. There were no forced photos but a honest documentation of the day. The two met in London UK, where Rachel went for grad school and where Mark's from, fell in love and had been living together in London prior to the most logical and romantic decision to get married. Rachel and Mark chose to have the wedding in Rachel's hometown Toronto where they often spent summer vacations and Christmas holidays in. Rachel's mother was Francophone born and raised in Quebec. On this special day, the loving couple was surrounded by closest friends and families from Toronto, Quebec and London. The evening was ended with the most fun Jewish wedding reception ritual. You guessed it, the Hora! I hope the beautiful memories in these tangible wedding photos will put a smile on Rachel's face as well as Mark's every time they look back to this day.