Oh, where do I start?  I knew from the minute I met Rima and Tushar that I was in for quite the ride. These are two people who fit so incredibly well together – from their constant smiles to the way they dance together (Rima says that Tushar copies her dance moves).

Their Hindu wedding ceremony was held at The Guild Inn Estates. It was the perfect mix of devotion to their family, a big but amazing bridal party, gorgeous details, and spontaneous dance parties.

I loved every minute of their wedding and was quite sad (still am) when it was over. I still look back at these images with the fondest of memories and tear up.

There were so many amazing moments packed into two days – the smoke bombs, the McDonald’s burgers in the back of my car, the sparkler exit.


Rima and Tushar got together during their undergrad year in university. Tushar had already had his eyes on Rima long before that when he saw a picture on Facebook through a mutual friend. He tried to create “chance” meetings and get her attention. They shared similar traits such as their love for their families and where they grew up. As Rima put it “Getting together was an adventure and when life truly began.”


Rima and Tushar’s wedding was featured on the following

Zardozi Magazine

Event Source Blog 

EventSource best of 2017 Photography 


Photography:  Lindsie Grey

Cinematography: Elle and Be Films

Ceremony Venue: Guild Inn Estate

Reception Venue: Apollo Convention Centre

Wedding Planner: Taj and Raj Events

Bridal Boutique: Abha Choudhary,

Shoes: Jimmy Choo, Ted Baker

Reception dress: Monisha Jaising 

Hair (ceremony): Jen Evoy

Hair (reception): Rachel Renna 

Make-Up: Jen Evoy Makeup Studio

Florals (bouquet): Nagham Cararah 

Decor and florals: Xclusive 

Groom’s Attire: Study by Janak (ceremony), House of Dalla (reception)

Caterers: The Host (ceremony), Apollo Convention centre (reception)

Wedding Cake: Sammy Cakes, Tiny Toms donuts

Baraat Musician: Amar Sahiba Baraat

DJ: K-Square Experience

Entertainment: Sahil Khan Flute Hypnosia

Henna: Sonia’s Henna Art

Horse: Ponies R Us

Sign calligraphy:  Bairavee Ranjit

Fragrance: Le Labo – Santal 33, Chloe

Just Married Jacket: Sylvia Wong Via Calligraphy


The Guild Inn Estates is the perfect backdrop for a South Asian Wedding Ceremony. The ceremony space is well lit with very soft flatter light coming in.  It’s a large space with plenty of room for guests and a mandap. There aren’t many spaces in Toronto that are undercover can host Hindu weddings because of the fire restrictions. This make The Guild Inn Estates perfect for Toronto Wedding Photography.

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