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Mount Engadine Lodge Elopement | Kananaskis Wedding Photographer & Videographer

“This was an amazing day”

That's the last thing we heard from Taylor and Andrew after their elopement day back in August. The grins on their faces the entire day is exactly why we love our job. 🖤

For Taylor and Andrew, Covid-19 might have been the best thing that happened to their wedding day. After nearly a year of planning, even their 25 person guest count was starting to feel a little overwhelming. When we first met up with Taylor, she expressed how important it was to keep their day intimate. They were never interested in a big party with tons of people they barely know. They wanted their close friends, immediate families, and of course, each other. So, as restrictions started rolling out and they were faced with the decision of either downsizing their guest list or postponing, eloping seemed like the obvious choice. The best part, is they found ways to keep it intimate, while also including their families.

On the morning of their wedding day, they went for brunch with their families and then met back at home for Taylor's brother to officiant their wedding ceremony. Gathered around in their living room, they officially became husband and wife. That afternoon, we met them at Mount Engadine Lodge in Kananaskis where they got all dressed up and met each other in a meadow surrounded by mountain peaks to exchange personal vows and rings. It was certainly an unconventional day, but it was perfect for them.


Dress: Ethos Bridal

Suit: Indochino

Bride's Ring: Spence Diamonds

Groom's Ring: Stratton's Jewellry

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