This soft spring wedding shoot was full of decor in peaches, greens and blues, with roses and peonies, all complementing the rustic Fort Edmonton Park. This springtime shoot hit all the right notes and more. Kyra Jasman Photography captured every detail – we’re pretty sure you’ll find some inspiration in this gallery for your big day!
Alberta is immersed in the prettiest of earthy hues. One mountaintop view kissed by the sun can yield dusty creams, distant blue peaks and sparkling turquoise lakes like no other. Thanks to Rhiannon Sarah Photography we get to admire Drumheller’s desert orange tones at daylight and sunset in this romantic elopement inspiration.
Being in Alberta gives us the magnificent Canadian Rocky Mountains as the perfect backdrop. Thanks to this inspiration shoot by Lucier Photography, we get to envision what engagement or wedding photos in Canmore would look like. Rather than shooting models, Danielle with Lucier Photography chose a real-life couple she photographed in 2014 to capture a more genuine connection. Victoria’s dazzling gown was complimented by bold floral arrangements by Audrey’s Flowers. Leigh surely rose to the occasion to give us incredible shots in the lake while carrying his breathtaking wife.
Happy Tuesday! It’s that busy time again where pretty stylized shoots are flooding our inboxes. Since we can’t print them all we are glad to have the option to share them with all of our online visitors. This stylized wedding shoot was put together by Edmonton wedding planner Something Beautiful Weddings and shot by Aeris Photography. With the help of many local vendors they were able to create this soft and romantic setting. The bride model adorned a soft pink gown shying away from tradition and the groom model was styled in grey suit and pink tie that paired so well with that dreamy gown. The tablescape beautifully showcased shades of rose, cream and gold.
Since Danielle with Lucier Photography submitted Lindsey & Kris’s Fairytale Wedding she left us wanting more. This stylized shoot came in at a perfect time. When asked what inspired Danielle and her team to create this series of images she responded, “The idea was to capture bridal portraits more naturally. I think a lot of brides are apprehensive to get individual portraits done because they feel like the camera is too intrusive. I wanted to show a series capturing more natural movements. You don’t always have to look straight at the camera to get a beautiful portrait.” It made sense for this shoot to take place in a nature environment where the model would feel free. Enjoy!