We talk about it with our couples all the time, but we really love location scouting. Rain or shine we love any excuse to spend the day together exploring Vancouver, but the longer we're been photographers the harder it is finding places we're never photographed. Enter new challenge. Recently we're loved going to some of our favourite spots around Vancouver that we would normally just hang out and finding spots that we could use for photoshoot locations. It's been forcing us to view our surroundings differently and we're so excited with the results. Deep Cove has been one of those places that we're visited for many years, let's be honest, for the donuts and for the best deep-dish pizza place but never had we explored the forest and trails around it. Add in two gorgeous people and BANG. Magic. That's all I need to say, enjoy these.
January 2nd and we're already kicking off the 2016 wedding season. We couldn't have picked a better couple to spend this perfect Saturday with. The cold, blue-sky winter day covered in a veil of fog provided the perfect scenery for our lovely bride and groom. Its rare we get to shoot wedding day portraits in the fog. And these two brought a glam element that words don't really do justice. You just need to look at these.
If I could set up tent cliff-side along the Vancouver coast, I would be a happy gal. But then again, I'm happy to settle for photographing a beautiful couple embracing along the rocks. Here's a look at our evening with these two, crashing waves and all. Stay tuned for their wedding in just a few weeks.
A wedding day could not be more perfect then this one. Stormy lakes with cloudy skies make a wedding photographer giddy. On top of beautiful weather, add in a stunning couple and bridal party, good friends, a canoe and I officially explode. I'm looking forward to sharing more images from this Whonnock Lake wedding. Congrats Jon and Emily!
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.