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Wedding at Windsor Ballrooms in 2017

If you’re planning a wedding in Montreal at the Windsor Ballrooms – have a look at this blog from a recent wedding I photographed at that stunning venue.

These are photos of Patricia and James’ summer wedding. This was everything a wedding should be: beautiful, romantic, full of love and laughter!

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The Wedding Ceremony: St-Patrick’s Basilica, downtown Montreal

The St-Patrick’s Basilica is both grand and inspiring with it’s high ceilings and beautiful carved and painted woodwork. It has a long and gracious aisle for the bride to walk down with her father. Patricia arrived in true traditional fashion with her father in an antique Rolls Royce. montreal wedding, St-Patrick's BasilicaThey weren’t allowed to throw petals or rice outside the church so the bride’s mother found a great alternative. After the ceremony, guests were given colourful noisemakers to wave and congratulate the newly married couple.

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Bridal Photo Session: Murray Hill Park, Westmount

The bride and groom took their limo with the bridal party to take photos in one of my favourite parks in Montreal. Tall trees, lush greenery makes Murray Hill Park an idyllic place for wedding photography.

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Wedding Reception: Windsor Ballrooms, downtown Montreal.

After the photo session, the party continued on to The Windsor Ballrooms. If you’ve never been there, it’s worth a google search or a peek inside. The Windsor has two large elegant ballrooms and a sparkling central hallway lit by large chandeliers. The two ballrooms are equally stunning with a large chandelier giving the rooms a grandeur and magnificence that is perfect for a wedding reception. If you are looking for a very special wedding venue with the “wow” factor for your guests, the Windsor Ballrooms would be a perfect choice. The Windsor comes with it’s own wedding planner and catering team, so it has a “turn-key” appeal for busy couples who want to enjoy the wedding day without getting lost or overwhelmed with the planning. I got the change to meet and work with Amy Nunes for this event.

Windsor BallroomsBride and groom first danceWedding party gamesJames and Patricia had beautiful floral centerpieces created by NDG Florist, white table cloths and draping behind the honour table. There was a candy bar set up in the corner. And a stunning sweet table was set up for guests to enjoy after the meal was done.

Wedding surprise: La Hora Loca

As a surprise for their guests, the couple organized an Hora Loca (Spanish for “crazy hour”). This is a hot new trend coming in from Latin America. Papo Ross and Banda Playa came on stage and the party took an even more festive turn with masks and hats were passed around to all the guests. Montreal wedding reception - Windsor BallroomsPapo Ross and bandThe dance floor, which had already been packed all night thanks to the fine work of Yvan Caro of Exclusive Events, became wild with excitement! The party continued well into the night. Hora Loca at montreal weddingguests enjoying the wedding partyPatricia and James really had a fairytale wedding from start to finish. A beautiful, romantic, emotional wedding day that will be remembered by all for years to come. I can’t thank them enough for including me in their incredible day.

List of Wedding Vendors:

Wedding photography: Kate Fellerath Photography
Wedding Videography: Cat Around Films
Patricia’s wedding dress: Kleinfeld at The Bay, Toronto, ON
James’ tuxedo: Waxman
Reception: Le Windsor Ballrooms
-Event Planner: Amy Nunes
-Catering provided by Le Windsor Ballrooms
Dj: Yvan Caro of Exclusive Events
Band: Papo Ross and Banda Playa
Wedding flowers and bouquets: NDG Florist
Make-up for Bride and Bridesmaids: Sharleen Young of Annie Young Cosmetic
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Best Locations in Montreal for a Wedding 2017

Based on the popularity of my post on the Best Wedding Venues in Montreal, I’ve created a new list of the best locations in Old Montreal and Old Port area of Montreal.

Planning a wedding in Montreal for 2018? Looking for a unique location, full of Old World charm, cobble stoned streets and great architecture? Consider Old Montreal and Old Port for your wedding. Every year, I compile a list of my favourite locations (many smaller unknown locations  too!) I provide photos and a brief description of why I like it. I hope this helps you find the perfect location for your Montreal wedding and please keep me in mind for the photography! Check my availability

Bride and Groom walking down McGill Street in Old Montreal

Bride and Groom walking down McGill Street in Old Montreal. Photo: Kate Fellerath

Old Montreal is the most popular place for weddings in the city. I have photographed weddings at almost all the hotels and venues in Montreal’s Old Port. They are divided into Hotels, Restaurants and Halls for Rent.

Feel free to contact me at to see if I’m available to photograph your upcoming event. It would be my pleasure to help you find the best locations for your wedding photos too!

Hotels in Old Montreal for a wedding

All the hotels listed below boast great décor, service and food. Hotel weddings are turn-key options for couples who love the atmosphere of Old Montreal and a memorable evening with their guests. Many hotels offer a planner to help make the experience even better. I have photographed at the following hotels and had a positive experience. If you have a larger wedding and want to have your reception in the Old Montreal, you should definitely consider one of these hotels. They are listed in no particular order.

Hotel Nelligan – The Nelligan is located on the cobblestone street of St-Paul and is the quintessential boutique hotel. There is also a great rooftop terrasse and beautiful suites for the bride to get ready. Some even have a balcony. Capacity 200.

Hotel Nelligan, Old Montreal

Hotel Nelligan, Old Montreal. Photo: Kate Fellerath

Hotel Place d'Armes

Hotel Place d’Armes. Photos: Kate Fellerath

Le Place d’Armes Hotel – This hotel sits kitty-corner to the Notre Dame Basilica. The beautiful stone exterior is fantastic for photography. The 2 banquet rooms are beautiful and there is a planner on site to help plan your wedding. Capacity 120 and 250.

L’Auberge St-Gabriel – This charming little hotel has several beautiful reception rooms. The food is delicious and I have had nothing but great experiences with the staff at this hotel. Capacity up to 200. See photos of the Auberge on my Best Wedding Venues blog.

Gault Hotel, Old Montreal

Gault Hotel, Old Montreal. Photo by Kate Fellerath

Hotel Gault – I photographed a wedding reception in the lobby of this architectural jewel of a hotel. I’m not sure if they have space for a larger reception. But it should be considered if you are looking for a boutique hotel in Old Montreal to get ready. I love the ambiance of this hotel with beautiful light.

Auberge du Vieux Port – Rooftop terrasse with a breathtaking view for an outdoor ceremony and perfect for a smaller wedding – maximum 65 guests.

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Bride and Groom exit the Basilica Notre Dame and walking the in the streets of Old Montreal. Photos: Kate Fellerath

Hotel St-Sulpice – Outdoor space for cocktails with a cover in case of rain. Also a nice choice for a smaller wedding. See photos of the St-Sulpice on my Best Wedding Venues blog.

Hotel St-James – There is nothing more beautiful in my opinion than the XO restaurant. Le St-James is la-creme-de-la-creme of the Old Montreal Hotels. It would be perfect for a luxurious and intimate wedding.

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Hotel Le St-James. photo: courtesy of

Hotel St-Paul – Of all the hotels in Old Montreal, this one really stands out with it’s simple and elegant design. Located at the edge of Old Montreal, it has beautiful rooms and 2 small rooms for a reception as well as a lovely mezzanine for your cocktails.

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Hotel St-Paul. photo: courtesy of

Hotel Pierre du Calvet – Walking into this hotel is like stepping back in time. It’s shabby cozy atmosphere has an old world feel. There is a tiny courtyard in the back where you could have a little ceremony. See photos of the Hotel Pierre de Calvet on my Best Wedding Venues blog.

Hotel Intercontinental – This hotel boasts the unique “Ruelle des Fortifications” which is an old street that’s been, closed-off and covered with a cathedral height glass ceiling. Very special!

La Ruelle des Fortifications, Intercontinental Hotel

La Ruelle des Fortifications, Intercontinental Hotel. Photo: Kate Fellerath

Westin Montreal – A big wedding in Old Montreal? No problem! This venue can hold up to 450 guests. There is a little park across the street that can be used for photos, or you can easily walk to Old Montreal for nice shots on the cobblestone streets. See a photo of the Westin on my Best Wedding Venues blog.

Bride and Groom walking in the streets of Old Montreal

Bride and Groom walking in the streets of Old Montreal. Photo: Kate Fellerath

Restaurants in Old Montreal for a wedding

Restaurants in Old Montreal tend to be small and intimate. This makes it difficult to host a wedding of a certain size. But here are a few options to consider for a smaller wedding. All these restaurants have great food and a great atmosphere!

Vieux Port Steakhouse (can host a larger group in a private room upstairs). If you are looking for great value and a place with Old Montreal charm – this is an excellent choice. They can accommodate weddings of 30 to 180 guests. My husband and I chose the Vieux Port Steakhouse for our Post-Wedding Brunch last summer. Everyone loved it.

Vieux Port Steakhouse

Vieux Port Steakhouse. Photo: Kate Fellerath

L’Atelier ArgentineNestled into small streets at the west end of Old Montreal, you will find this unique little restaurant. Wonderful food and a great atmosphere. I photographed a wedding ceremony and reception here last year.

L'Atelier Argentine, Old Montreal

L’Atelier Argentine, Old Montreal. Photos: Kate Fellerath

After the ceremony, we invited all the guests outside for this group photo. I balanced precariously on a statue to get the height for this photo below (!). There is also a little wine cellar where we were able to take some photos of the Bride and Groom. Capacity 150 but I should mention that the restaurant is divided in two room.

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Group photo outside L’Atelier Argentine. Photo: Kate Fellerath

Daylight Factory – I have photographed a few weddings at this location. It’s a tight squeeze but a great ambiance and always a fun party. Capacity 80 guests.

Daylight Factory

Daylight Factory. Photo: Kate Fellerath

Restaurant Graziella – I photographed a great wedding at this simple and elegant upstairs restaurant right on the edge of Old Montreal. Capacity 90 guests.

Restaurant Graziella. Photo: Kate Fellerath

Restaurant Graziella. Photo: Kate Fellerath

Halls for rent in Old Montreal

If you do choose to rent a hall in Old Montreal, I recommend that consider one of the venues listed here. They are all unique in their own way. You can, in most cases, bring your own caterer and bar (which is most economical) but I would recommend you work with a wedding planner. They will help you with logistics and rentals for the wedding day. There is more work involved with renting a hall that needs rentals and decorations. But this way you can make the space your own!

Marche Bonsecours – 2 large rooms and a smaller reception hall downstairs. High vaulted ceilings, stone walls and windows all around. Space for separate ceremony and reception. A dramatic and unusual location for a wedding. Bring your own bar and caterer (a plus!). Capacity up the 800 in the two halls. I have photographed weddings with about 300 guests and it fills the hall nicely.

Marche Bonsecours, Old Montreal. Photos: Kate Fellerath

Panoramic Hall, Science Center – large glassed-in space with different rooms for a ceremony, cocktails and reception. Also has an outdoor balcony available to guests during the reception. I’ve photographed weddings on days when the fireworks competition is on and the guests all crowded onto the balcony to watch. A memorable “free” addition to any wedding! Capacity 300 guests.

Panoramic Hall of the Science Center

Panoramic Hall of the Science Center. Photo: Kate Fellerath

Belvedere – Glass encased reception hall with access to a large rooftop area for a spectacular view and an outdoor ceremony. Not many people know about the panoramic view of this terrasse. It’s a great find. They claim a capacity 600 on the website, but I would say more like 200 with a dance floor. That would be worth checking.

Rooftop view from the Belvedere in the Old Port

Rooftop view from the Belvedere in the Old Port. Photo: Kate Fellerath

Scena – An all glass venue with a beautiful upstairs area for a ceremony and an outdoor terrasse overlooking the port and city skyline. Capacity 250 guests.

Scena, Old Port

Scena, Old Port. Photos: Kate Fellerath

Advantages of having your wedding in Old Montreal

  • You are in the best place for wedding photos in Montreal
  • It is a unique and beautiful location for your guests to discover
  • Many guests might choose to stay in Old Montreal for the night and they don’t need to worry about parking or leaving the party early 😉
  • There are many fantastic and memorable locations for weddings in Old Montreal. A lot of choice!
  • I have photographed in and around Old Montreal for over 10 years and I know all the secret and also most popular places for wedding photos. Rain or Shine!

Please feel free to contact me at if you would like more information about having your wedding photographed by Kate Fellerath Photography.

Here are some examples of my work.

If I have omitted a hotel or venue that you believe should be on this list please email me at Thanks.

Professional Business Headshots for 2017

Professional business headshots are very important in this digital age. They will probably be the first thing people see even before meeting you. A high quality portrait by a professional photographer is a perfect way to present yourself to new clients.

I offer professional business headshots on location anywhere in the Montreal area. My portrait style is natural, classic and perfect for professionals looking to enhance their online image. Please contact me at to find out more about scheduling your professional headshot or business portrait.

Business portraits start at $ 95.00 per session and includes a final retouched image of your choice.

Here are some examples of my work:Professional business portrait photographer
Professional Portrait photographer

Please contact me if you would like to get additional information for a professional headshot or business portrait in Montreal. All my portraits are done on location and delivered within 1-2 days.

Get the best professional business headshots and portraits:

What to wear for your business portrait:

  • I recommend wearing clothes that are well-fitted, classically cut and without any big patterns. You want to make sure the focus stays on you and not your clothes. Neutral tones and solid colours are also a good choice. I will often photograph men with and without a tie. This way, they can have two looks (casual business and corporate).

Background for professional portraits (studio or environmental):

A professional portrait can be done with a solid backdrop (grey or white is recommended). Headshots can also be done as an “environmental portrait”. This means that you can see the background of your work environment or the room you were photographed in.

An environment portrait has a softer look and helps to tell a story about you and your work. The trend I’m noticing right now is for approachable and natural looking portraits. Environmental and lifestyle portraits are the best way to achieve this.

Here are two examples of environmental portraits.

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How often should you update your business profile photo:

  • I would recommend updating your profile photo every 2-3 years or if you had a major change in your appearance (new haircut, new hair colour, new glasses). You want to make sure the photo never looks outdated.
  • A new job or promotion is also be a good time for a new photo.
  • I can also give you two or three different looks for your photo. You can put them in rotation or use the one that best suits the situation. Relaxed, casual, serious or smiling.

Updating business profile photos for a company or website:

  • If you are updating the profiles of all your employees for the company’s website, I would recommend consistency in style and look. Use the same photographer, same background (studio or environmental). This will tie everyone together as a team and add to the visual branding of your company. I often go to companies and get all the portraits done on the same day or over a two day period. These portraits can also be used for business cards or LinkedIn profile photos. I always deliver the photos resized to the requirements of the website, profile or business card. And I’m happy to return when new people are added to the team.

How long does it take to get a business portrait?

  • I can do a business portrait in 3 -5 minutes (not including set-up). You will be given 6-10 photos on a contact sheet for your selection. The retouched photo(s) can be delivered in the following days.

How much does a business headshot cost?

  • I offer professional headshots for $75.00 for 1 to 5 people with a one-time set-up fee of $50.
  • If you need 6 or more business headshots, the price will be adjusted based on the number of people.


Please contact me if you would like to get additional information for a professional headshot or business portrait in Montreal. All my portraits are done on location and delivered within 1-2 days.

Weddings at La Tundra and the Jamaican Pavilion for 2017

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La Tundra and the Jamaican Pavilion are among two of my favourite locations for weddings in Montreal. They are both gems because they offer outdoor locations for a wedding ceremony. They both have well designed outdoor space for cocktails. The grounds are also perfect for your wedding photos. Couples are allowed to bring in their own decor, catering and bar to these two venues – which is a rare find in Montreal. Book early – they are both very popular!

Here are photos from Kristyn and Marc-Andre’s wedding at the Jamaican Pavilion last August.

Getting Ready at the Place d’Armes, Hotel and Suites:

Bride getting ready at Place d'Armes hotelMany couples getting married at La Tundra or the Jamaican Pavilion choose to get ready at the Place d’Armes Hotel & Suites. It is a beautiful boutique hotel in the heart of Old Montreal and only a few minutes drive from Parc Jean-Drapeau and the two wedding venues.  Bride at Place d'Armes HotelThis hotel also has a beautiful stone exterior that is perfect for family photos or a “first look”.

The Bride and Groom’s First Look:

A “First Look” is becoming more popular every year. This gives couples the chance to see each other for the first time on the wedding day before their ceremony. This special moment is made all the more romantic since it is just between the two of them and away from the eyes of all their guests. It also allows the bride and groom to spend more time at cocktails with their guests because their photos can be done before the ceremony. I can also mention that this is a good time to do your photography because a bride’s hair and make-up is still fresh and perfect and the bridal bouquet is at it’s best.

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An Outdoor Wedding at the Jamaican Pavilion – Minutes from Downtown Montreal:

You would never know that this lush wedding location is only a few minutes drive from Downtown Montreal. The open space enclosed by greenery and surrounding trees makes this ceremony location romantic, quiet and very private.  If you’re looking for a wedding venue that offers an outdoor location for the ceremony – this is a beautiful option.

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Wedding Photos near La Tundra and the Jamaican Pavilion:

After Kristyn and Marc-Andre’s ceremony we wandered into the beautiful gardens of Parc Jean-Drapeau. It’s a photographer’s dream to have so many choices for photography locations. Everywhere you turn, you will find beautiful places for wedding photos. With so much choice, we were able to meander back (photographing along the way) to rejoin the guests for cocktails.candid photo of the bridal party after the weddingBride and groom walking bride and groom kiss under canope of trees

Outdoor Cocktails at the Jamaican Pavilion:

At the Jamaican Pavilion (as well as La Tundra) guests are able to spill out around the reception hall for an elegant cocktail hour.Jamaican Pavilion Cocktailsglass jars with wedding punchbride at wedding cocktailsCocktails outside the Jamaican Pavilion

Wedding decor and details of the reception at the Jamaican Pavilion.

The Jamaican Pavilion has a beautiful renovated and modern interior with wood floors and stunning floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the grounds. I have seen this room decorated many different ways, and it is always enchanting.Interior of Jamaican Pavilion reception hall decorated for a weddingwedding flowers and wedding cakeKristyn and Marc-Andre worked with Bravo Rentals and the talented duo at Lovely & Lavish Events to create an elegant yet cozy ambiance. I loved everything about the decor – the chairs, the flowers and especially the stunning wedding cake by Rustique.

Wedding Photography: Kate Fellerath Photography

Bride’s wedding dress: White Montreal
Bride’s make-up: Nancy Kafadarow
Bride’s hair: Maggie Semaan
Groom’s tuxedo: Waxman Tuxedo House
Bridesmaids dresses: White Montreal
Wedding Cake: Rustique
Wedding Co-ordinators: Lovely & Lavish Events
Wedding Bouquet and Flowers: O.xide Design
Reception Hall Rentals: Bravo Rentals

I also offer Engagement Photo Sessions in the Montreal area.
Click here if you would like to see Kristyn and Marc-Andre’s engagement photos.

Please contact me or call 1-514-312-2277 if you would like to find out more about my Engagement and Wedding Photography Packages.


Fun Montreal Tourist Activities for Families

If you’re planning a visit to Montreal with your kids, you are most likely looking for some activities that they will enjoy while also seeing the best places that Montreal has to offer. This is my list of the Best Activities to do with a family in Montreal.

Activities in MontrealVisit MontrealAs a Montreal-based family photographer, I am often hired by visitors to photograph their families in this beautiful city. I offer candid children’s portraits, family photos and I always leave a little time at the end for some romantic photos of the parents on their own. Montreal is after all a very romantic city to visit. In addition to family photography, I also photograph surprise proposals as well as destination weddings in Montreal.Montreal tourism

6 Fun Montreal tourist activities for families:

  1. Explore the Historic Old Port of Montreal. The cobblestone streets, little cafés and unique architecture make this a fantastic part of the city to explore. I’ve lived in Montreal my whole life and I still discover little quiet streets as well as great shops and restaurants.
  2. Another favorite place of mine is the Botanical Gardens of Montreal. Children of all ages will find something beautiful here. It’s an enormous space where they can run and explore without worrying about cars or other noises of the city. The Botanical Gardens of Montreal has many beautiful gardens to discover and 10 interconnecting greenhouses. This makes the Botanical Gardens a great option for a rainy day or a winter visit. It’s an all year-round great family activity in Montreal.
  3. Mount Royal Park is also quite unique and a great place to discover when visiting Montreal. You can park up near the summit and take a leisurely stroll to the panoramic lookout or even hike up from downtown using the many safe and well-maintained stair cases. It’s great exercise for the whole family and ideal for kids who need to move.
  4. If you have a child between the ages of 1 and 5 – the Montreal Biodome is the place for you. A winding path leads you through various ecosystems of North America. If you time it right, you can even feed the otters around 11am. Visit the monkeys, birds, beavers and fish. Penguins are the grand finale! My two year old daughter LOVES the Biodome. This place is very stroller-friendly.
  5. Montreal is also a foodie city. Visit one of the two active open air markets in Montreal. Jean-Talon Market or Atwater Market. Both markets also have indoor stalls so they are open year-round. Lots of parking nearby and also stroller-friendly.
  6. Visit a real Montreal neighborhood with a walk down Avenue Mount-Royal in the Pleatau area of Montreal. Best place to start is Mt-Royal Metro station and walk east towards Papineau St. Lots of shops, restaurants, cafés and small parks nearby. A beautiful place to stroll in the early spring and late summer if the parks are still to mucky.Romantic Old MontrealOld Port of MontrealEnjoy your visit to Montreal. And please feel free to contact me at if you would like to schedule a family photography session in any of these uniquely Montreal locations. It’s a great memory to take home with you and a fun activity for the kids. I specialize in children’s photography, so sessions last about an hour and you get a mix of colour and artistic Black & White photography. You will also get the benefit of discovering new places that you might not have found in your guide book. I could easily design a photo shoot that winds up at of my favourite local patisseries for a warm chocolatine and a true Montreal ‘café-au-lait’.Children's photography MontrealThe photos shown in this blog are from a family photo session this past August In Old Montreal.

All photography by Kate Fellerath Photography.

Engagement Photography – Botanical Gardens

Consider the Montreal Botanical Gardens for your Montreal Engagement Photography. It’s a great choice any time of the year – especially in the winter time. There are many greenhouses to enjoy in the winter and countless gardens to choose from in the summer.

These photos were taken in late spring in the fields of lilacs. The flowering trees made for a perfect backdrop for this romantic spring engagement photography session.

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What is the best time for an engagement photography session?

Late afternoon or early morning is the best time for an engagement photography shoot. For the Botanical Gardens, the best time would be sometime early morning (between 9am and 10am). It’s the quietest time in the gardens and the light is softer so you can shoot more freely in all the different gardens. In the wintertime, the greenhouses get very busy, so I would also recommend an early morning shoot time.

What to wear for your engagement photo session?

I often asked what people should wear for their engagement photo session. I suggest a “business casual” look for an engagement shoot. Of course you should wear whatever you like and feel comfortable in. But dressing up makes the photos a little more polished and classic. This is also an excellent time for a future bride to test out her bridal make-up. Getting a make-up trial done for an engagement shoot gives a good idea of what the make-up will look like in your wedding photos. It’s “win-win” because you will have beautiful make-up for the engagement shoot as a bonus.

Montreal wedding photograerI also recommend bringing a second outfit, so you can change the look of your photos.Montreal Botanical GardensEngagement photographyAll photos by Kate Fellerath Photography.

Please feel free to contact me if you would like to discuss having a family photo shoot or an engagement photo shoot done at the Montreal Botanical Gardens.

Montreal’s Botanical Gardens

4101 Rue Sherbrooke E,
Montréal, QC
H1X 2B2

Botanical Garden hours:

Monday 9:00am – 6:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am – 6:00pm
Wednesday  9:00am – 6:00pm
Thursday  9:00am – 7:00pm
Friday  9:00am – 7:00pm
Saturday  9:00am – 7:00pm
Sunday  9:00am – 6:00pm


Small weddings still need a good photographer

Even if you are having a small intimate wedding, it is still worth getting a photographer. A good wedding photographer can capture your event in a beautiful and unobtrusive manner. Some of the most beautiful weddings I’ve photographed have been in people’s homes. The bride and groom are with their closest family and friends. Photography is a wonderful way to remember even the most intimate of wedding ceremonies and celebrations.last-minute montreal wedding photographerIf you are limited by your wedding budget, consider getting a photographer for the key events at your wedding : the wedding ceremony, family photos and Bride and Groom photos. These can be done at any location in Montreal. I can give you some advise for get locations for photography in Montreal.

My wedding photography packages ranged from three to 12 hrs of coverage. All my packages  includes all your final images in high resolution. I often work with a second photographer for weddings with over 70 guests. On average, my clients can expect about 100 photos per hour of photography. But I always offer unlimited capture and deliver all the final images retouched and ready to print in high resolution.

Please contact me if you would like to receive my price packages or if you would like to create a custom wedding package for your Montreal wedding. I am currently booking for 2018.

Happy wedding planning! and I look forward to hearing from you!

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Hotel photos at the Hotel Nelligan in Old Montreal