TORONTO – Renowned celebrity and fashion photographer Caitlin Cronenberg has tied the knot with her longtime beau, lawyer Geoff Grove.
The couple made it official Sept. 28 at the Gardiner Museum in Toronto surrounded by close friends and family members, including Cronenberg’s famous father, director David Cronenberg, and her mother Carolyn Zeifman.
The blushing bride wore her hair up in a Hepburn-esque bun styled by Jessica Jean Myers and wore a strapless gown of white silk and billowing lace.
Grove, an associate at Toronto law firm Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt, looked dapper in a dark suit with a wine-coloured tie, crisp white shirt and pocket square.
Cronenberg, 28, held a bouquet of white roses. Name cards and menus featuring black-and-white drawings of roses sat atop tables decorated with white roses and bold red flowers.
Even the wedding cake – a five-layer cake with white icing splattered with black icing – was adorned with white, red and black roses.
After dinner, guests danced, posed for keepsake pictures in a photo booth and nibbled on macarons and other sweet treats – then went home with bags of candies.
Cronenberg earned a degree in fashion design from Ryerson University before deciding to pursue her passion for photography. Her images have been published in some of the world’s top magazines – including a recent 10-page layout in Vogue Italia.
She has photographed stars like Robert Pattinson, Michael Fassbender and Juliette Lewis.
Cronenberg’s first book of photographs, 2010’s Poser, includes a foreword by actor Jeff Goldblum.
In July, Cronenberg made headlines when she was linked to Pattinson, who was in Toronto shooting scenes for her father’s movie Maps to the Stars. She later told The Globe and Mail she was initially bothered by the gossip.
“Now, I really don’t care. People can say whatever they want about me,” she said in August. “I know what’s true. The guy that I’m marrying … knows what’s true and that’s all that really matters.”
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