11 Stunning Places for Engagement Photos in Toronto

Wedding photography allows you a chance to get to know your photographer, become more comfortable in front of the camera and can serve as practice session for hair and makeup. The experience is unique to you as a couple and there are countless reasons to get an engagement shoot. These 11 stunning locations and engagement spots below should speak for themselves.


 

1) Kortright

Allister & Michelle

Allister & Michelle

Kortright Centre is a conservation area in Vaughn, Ontario. The spot is beautiful year round and nestled among acres of spectacular forest. Did you know Kortright is Ontario's premier environmental and renewable energy education and demonstration centre? Francis H. Kortright dedicated the latter parts of his life toward protecting wild animals of the fields, the forests, the waters and the skies. All this before the environmental crisis became a well-known issue worldwide, he recognized the urgency and resolved to do something about it.

2) The Guild

Jan & Priya

Jan & Priya

 

The Guild Park and Gardens is a public park in Toronto, Canada. The park is known for being the site of a former artists colony. The Guild offers a collection of relics saved from the demolition of buildings primarily downtown Toronto arranged akin to ancient ruins.

 

3) Distillery

Mr & Mrs. Palavi

Mr & Mrs. Palavi

Liz + Sebastian in Distillery

Liz + Sebastian in Distillery

Mr & Mrs. Palavi Sunset

Mr & Mrs. Palavi Sunset

 

The distillery district is located just east of downtown and a few blocks away from Lake Ontario. The 13 acre site is known for their classic cafes, restaurants, and shops housed within heritage buildings of the former Gooderham & Worts Distillery. The distillery district is composed of more than 40 heritage buildings and ten local streets, and is the largest collection of Victorian-era industrial architecture in North America.

 

4) Toronto Skyline

Danyal & Arwa

Danyal & Arwa

 

Polson pier has one of the best views of the city and the lake. Did you know that Toronto is the global centre for business, finance, arts and culture and is consistently ranked one of the world's most livable cities? Toronto is the largest city in Canada and the 4th largest in North America.

 

5) Toronto Roof

Kevin & Maggy

Kevin & Maggy

 

Only the most fearless couples dare to rooftop skyscraper city. Some photographers have access to some of the cities most lucrative & exclusive rooftops in the city. We love adventurous couples like Maggy & Kevin

 

6) Scarborough Bluffs

Andrea + Colin

Andrea + Colin

 

The Scarborough Bluffs, also known as The Bluffs are an escarpment located on the outer most edges of Scarborough. The Bluffers park is the only 1 of 9 parks along the bluffs with beach access. Definitely one of the most picturesque escarpments of Toronto with jagged cliffs and blue waters resembling a tropical island.

 

7) Yorkville

Carole Beves

Carole Beves

 

Yorkville is an upmarket area of lower Toronto housing luxury hotels, restaurants, high end shops and stores, and chic art galleries. The class Yorkville boasts make it a great place for couples interested in upscale adventure.

 

 

8) Toronto Islands

Magnolia Studios

Magnolia Studios

 

The Toronto Islands provide a refreshing breathe of fresh air from the busy downtown core. The islands are endowed with a beautiful view of the lake on one side and the skyline on the other. The island itself is also stunning.

 

9) Etobicoke Creek

Damion Rae

Damion Rae

 

Etobicoke Creek is a river that flows from the Oak Ridges Moraine and flow 61 KM to its mouth at Lake Ontario in Etobicoke. The tributary flows through Caledon, Brampton, and Mississauga west of Toronto Pearson International Airport. The southern end of the river form a city and county-level boundary that separate Toronto (east) from Mississauga (west).

 

10) Humber Park Bridge

Inkosi & Sinini

Inkosi & Sinini

 

Toronto is so rich and diverse it is hard to distinguish exactly what defines Toronto because there is not so much of any one thing, but rather a combination of little things. This bridge, where the Humber River meets Lake Ontario is a special little peice of Toronto, tied to its history, but also with an impressive present thanks to this bridge. The river starts here and heads north and forms the first of natural landmarks which led earlier people to Lake Huron (it is for this reason that the Humber is a Canadian Heritage River). 

Humber is a Canadian Heritage River which starts at Lake Ontario and heads north to form one of the first natural landmarks which lead early pioneers to Lake Huron.

 

11) High Park

High Park Swansea is a mixed recreational and natural park. High park is especially known for its cherry blossoms during early spring.

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