First a quick glance at a few images from the 3 days of this epic British Columbia (Vancouver) wedding, so you know what you're in for!

Part one of this three act story

begins on a quiet hillside in Kitsalano, overlooking Canada's Vancouver Bay, where the official marriage ceremony took place, two days before the main event. An intimate ceremony at a personal romantic spot close to the couple's home.

The couple, each with a best friend and witness arrive to meet their celebrant and their photographer, myself, to bring the total number present for this official marriage ceremony to six.

The couple opted for a simple ceremony with their lovely celebrant and the backdrop of the bay and this gorgeous green house; one of their favourite places to hang out which brings plenty of romantic significance to this already perfect picture. Warm and sunny with a gentle sea breeze, the scene is set for their official matrimony.

The papers are signed and rings are exchanged, Ian and Juliet and officially married. But that's not the end of the story yet.



The night before the formal wedding day, early guests gather around a campfire for a barbeque and roasted marshmallows.

father of the bride
Father of the groom

The morning of the big day.

Final touches

First look

This wedding was not traditional in any sense, so it's no surprise the couple opted for a first look photo shoot before their big ceremony. It's a wonderful way to make the most of the early part of the day while guests are still arriving. We slipped into the woods for the big reveal and grabbed a few frames with brothers and sisters and bridal party too!

On to the ceremony

The ceremony finally rolls around and the setting could not be more stunning, overlooking this wild BC bay.

Guests, dinner and dusk portraits!

Dancing & fireworks to wrap up the night!

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