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Brittany & Derrick Wed At Sagewood Farm

Toronto wedding photographer, Katie Thompson shares this sweet barn wedding.

Brittany describes her rustic, sage green wedding…

…”I had always dreamed of an outdoor wedding, in the beginning of fall when the sun is soft and colours are changing.

A talented lady named Lesley helped us create just that with her barn venue called Sagewood Farm located in Port Perry, just 15 min from where we live. Once we found the location that was close for family and friends the theme was easy to create. It was rustic with a touch of class. The colours I choose were soft and the burgundy was the perfect pop of colour to blend in the fall feeling.

Photography: Katie Thompson 
Ceremony & reception location Sagewood Farm, Port Perry Ontario
Bridal gown: Eddy K from Superior Bridal
Bridesmaids: Alfred Angelo from One Dream One Love
Flowers: The Purple Peony
Groom’s tux: Calvin Klein from Moores
Caterer: Pilars Catering
Music: Durham DJ
Hair and makeup: Katie Lynne Hair & Make-up

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