If you are a regular reader of the blog, you’ll know that I work with Canmore Elopement Planner Something New Weddings a lot. This true elopement in Canmore was another one that Something New Weddings put together. I met up with Sarah, George & their two dogs in Canmore where their intimate ceremony was performed by Patrick Smiley overlooking the Bow River with the mountains in the distance. One of the cool things about elopements is that you have the option to pretty much do your ceremony anywhere since you don’t have to worry about guests and having to set up chairs, etc. After the brief ceremony which was presided over by the dogs, we walked the trails along the river before heading uo the mountain to Whitman’s Pond. Even though we were early in September, we were greeted to fresh snow falling and covering the trees in the distance which was stunning in photos, although unexpectedly chilly in all the wind. Sarah & George had fun together and didn’t take things too seriously! They were even willing to hop out onto a little rock (and check out Sarah’s awesome jump back to shore!). The most important photos they wanted for the day were with the dogs, so they are hanging out in quite a few of the photos. Here’s some of my favourite images from this elopement done with Canmore Elopement Planner Something New Weddings.
Canmore elopement planner: Something New Weddings
Canmore wedding officiant: Patrick Smiley
Ceremony Venue: Bow River, Canmore
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Soheel, 2016 GROOM