Natalie and Jonathan are a really sweet couple. On the day of their wedding, Jon invited me into their basement to show me some cool things. Natalie has her own Letterpress machine that is something like a hundred years old (i really should ask her). She craftily hand-made all of her invites and stationary for the wedding. Jon showed me just a few samples of some of the stuff Nat makes and it is incredible for sure! On the same trip, Jon showed me his vinyl collection. Jon is the director of Union Events in Toronto. He is responsible for some pretty amazing concerts throughout the year. His HiFi system made me jealous and made my harmon/kardon setup feel very entry level 😉
All of Natalie’s hard work paid off. After a quick ceremony at the Newman Centre on the U of T campus and a few photos in the arctic-like weather, we headed in to the reception venue at the Royal Conservatory of Music. Natalie also worked wonders making that place look incredible! I think there is a solid future in wedding planning for you, Mrs. Ramos 😉
Well – here’s the highlight film for Natalie and Jonathan Ramos’ wedding….
We had a great day with Natalie and Jon on their wedding. It was cool to spend the day with our friend Tyler from Mango Studios.
The music in this film is Heart of the Young by the Green River Ordinance and was licensed through www.themusicbed.com.
Thanks so much for having us Natalie and Jonathan! Can’t wait to get some letterpress stationary made up for H&D!!