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18 Talented Toronto Wedding Photographers Who Will Magically Capture Your Special Day

Hiring the right photographer is a crucial step in the wedding planning process. Given the amount of energy and money that goes into planning a wedding, you're going to want to have amazing photos that will allow you to look back on that special day for years to come. Lucky for you, Toronto is home to many talented photographers, many of whom specialize in weddings.

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Whether you're planning your own special day or merely need some inspo for your Pinterest "Dream Wedding" board (same), these photographers are the best of the best. Here are 18 talented Toronto wedding photographers who will magically capture your special day.

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Nate Kim Photography // @natekimto

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Phoebe & Lelaine // @eightyfifthstreet

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Corina V. // @corinavphotography

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Alex Albojer // @lifeimages

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Kathy DeMerchant // @kathydemerchantphotography

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Christine Lim // @chrissylim

via @heidilauphoto

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Amy Cheshire // @amycheshirephotography

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Laura Rowe // @_laurarowe_

via @rosenleephoto

via @rosenleephoto

Char McGarry // @rosenleephoto

via @ironbraggphoto

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Stephanie & Rochelle // @ironbraggphoto

via @mkphotographics

via @mkphotographics

 Marc & Stephanie Koecher // @mkphotographics

via @snapfulphotography

via @snapfulphotography

Tracey Trang  // @snapfulphotography

via @meganlauraphotography

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Megan Laura // @meganlauraphotography

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Jess Shields // @jessshieldsphoto

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Wales Wong // @waleswongphotography 

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