When I shot my first Forest & Stream Club wedding I knew instantly that it was my kinda venue. The ceremony was outdoors right by the water, the food was exceptional and all the wedding guests made us feel so welcome. On top of that, the couple was great fun and between us, we came away with some amazing photos, especially when we noticed the full rainbow stretching across the water!
And now the Forest & Stream Club is one of my favourite wedding venues in the Montreal area thanks to its relaxed yet classic vibe. And the surrounding area, with the woods, the building with all its unique character and the waterfront, makes for plenty of amazing photo opportunities.
This venue was one of the first venues that came to mind when I began listing my 12 best outdoor venues near Montreal.
The dining room can accommodate up to 80 people banquet style whereas the dining room and oddly-named Forget Room combined can accommodate up to 110 people seated at round banquet style tables. The large lakeside property can also accommodate tents for wedding parties up to 200 persons. And that sounds like fun to us!
If you’re planning a wedding at the Forest & Stream Club and think my photography will suit your personality, I’d love to chat more to you, so please get in touch.
Below is a short slideshow of some of my favourite recent wedding photos… Take a look. And turn the speakers up!
I’m a Brit living in Montreal with my wife, Evelyne and our three boys! Evelyne and I met in the Alps in 2003 when Evelyne thought she was a cool snowboarder and I thought I was a superstar DJ. We got married in 2007 in Cornwall, England and moved to Canada in 2014.
I photographed my first wedding in 2006 and have now shot almost 500 weddings, mostly in Canada & the UK, but I absolutely love travelling anywhere in the world. I enjoyed it when I started but love my job now more than ever.
** Voted Best Wedding Photographer by the readers of Perfect Wedding Magazine **
“Steve Gerrard has a knack for capturing the tiniest, fleeting moments you didn’t even realise were happening, as well as the all-important hero shots.” – Rock My Wedding Blog