Vancouver Wedding Photographers - Green Ginger
I dare you to come up with a venue that shows off the beauty of British Columbia better then the Fraser River Lodge in Agassiz. I could stare at those mountains for days. Today's wedding was like no other. I'm sure we experienced every kind of weather pattern imaginable. Sun, Rain, Hail, Wind, Mist and a double rainbow to finish off the day. Yet somehow, it would clear up just when you wanted it to. I wasn't the only one who couldn't get enough of that epic mountain. I could start a book of wedding guest selfies taken at Brett and Jennifer's wedding. In fact, this should be a thing... Listen up Instagram, you should let users print images from #hashtags instead of just the images from their own account. Personalized wedding hashtags have become quite popular, so how great would it be if the bride and groom could print off an artifact uprising mini book complete images of how your guests experienced your wedding? This is the next big thing and you heard it here folks!
In the mean time, I'm excited to share a little preview of this beautiful wedding! Enjoy.
Thanksgiving is typically that time of year when you wake up and find frost on your car. Its the time of year where you layer your clothes, see your breath, and start to cuddle up by the fire as though it was a blanket you thought you lost… or is that just me?
This year I was very inspired to make the Sczebel thanksgiving a very pretty thanksgiving. Full of flowers and other pretty things. What I didn't expect was that our thanksgiving day would be a balmy 23 deg. celcius outside. A spring inspired thanksgiving. Oh yes, you heard me right. We were so surprised by the amazing weather we decided to have our dinner bash outside. The possibilities were endless; with some help from one of my favourite local florists, Flowers and Company, I had a huge bucket of flowers to create with.
I started with hanging eucalyptus leaves, smoke tree leaves (from the backyard) and pink snapdragons above the table. Some of the flowers went in little vases on the table and around the house. What I had left over I made a terrarium to sit in the middle of the table. The finishing touch, painted name settings with a sprig of rosemary.
So there is our Thanksgiving. Now I'm ready for the Christmas season. Bring on White Christmas, and sparkly decorations.
I (Kristina) have had the pleasure of getting to know Kayla in the last few years and this girl is the real deal. When I first met her, something that stuck out is how much she was always talking about her boyfriend, Joel, and how much she wanted to marry him. Three years later...
Sometimes I feel like a cheat. We seem to get such beautiful people handed to us, who are so in love, so happy, so comfortable with each other... And all we have to do is just capture the magic.
We met up with Joel and Kayla in Clayburn Village. It was a blast. The pictures speak for themselves though, so I'm done. Enjoy.