Montreal Science Center wedding – Elegance never goes out of style
+ Many halls to choose from, incredibly spacious with exceptional views of the Old Port
+ The rooftop terrasse offers unique views of the Montreal downtown skyline
+ Great mix of indoor and outdoor photography options, many within walking distance
+ Stylish architecture, modern and industrial that truly stands out
x Old Port can be extremely crowded during weekends, not suitable for couples who prefer intimacy
x Known for being expensive, history of canceling clients’ wedding booking due to employees on strike
x Traffic jams almost a certainty during summer. Expect your guests to pay a premium due to limited parking options
One of the most unique and highly coveted venues in Montreal that offers spacious halls in the Old Port area. Location is essentially what you will be paying for, a planner is recommended to assist you with the decoration, catering and logistics. Allocate sufficient time for your guests to travel and instruct them to park on-site at the Science Center.
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I have heard rumors back in school that students from the faculty of medicine tend to throw the best parties, now I think I know why.
To describe Bojana is difficult. She possesses a subtle, understated elegance, something je ne sais quoi that makes her so alluring. This is reflected in how Bojana picked her dress, a forgotten piece left hanging on the rack as I was told, but somehow managed to catch our bride’s attention. She was actually criticized for not choosing something more glamorous or extravagant.
A wedding dress must not only physically fit, it needs to match the bride’s personality and temperament to unleash its full potential. My artistic eye says that Bojana picked the right one and she looks dazzling in it.
With body movements that flow so effortlessly and such photogenic faces, note the plural form as I have not forgotten about Niall, you would think that they are professional models as opposed to a real couple. I teased Bojana if she would consider changing careers to modeling and she blushed. Come to think of it and for the benefit of mankind, it would be wise to let them keep doing what they do best, which is saving people.
Those who have been to the Science Center might know about the rooftop terrasse that offers a lovely view of the Montreal skyline. It requires a long walk to get there, a brutal one especially if you have been wearing heels all day. Watching Bojana walk bare feet was very painful as she was undoubtedly exhausted. It is rare to see clients who are so willing, to smile one last time for the camera in the dark, in the cold even as we approach 2 a.m.
“It will be worth it, as long as you are happy with the pictures”, she said.
My heart melted as we parted ways, you bet that I am more than happy with these pictures!
Tags: Old Port, Montreal Science Center (2 de la Commune St W, Montreal, QC H2Y 4B2), Montreal wedding photographer.