Ashley and Ryan said their vows in The Chapel at Queen Elizabeth Park. It was the perfect location for a wedding on a hot summer day. Everyone was shaded, the lighting was beautiful for photographing in! And of course the couple was radiant!
As she paced around the brides room, you could feel Ashley’s nerves just moments before walking down the aisle. Arm in arm with her brother and father made it down the aisle, and the second Ashley stood up on the stairs with Ryan, you could see the nerves wash away as they stood together and committed their souls to another!
As we were shooting we realized, the pastor officiating Ashley and Ryan’s wedding, Reverend Allen, had married another FCI couple, Amanda + Danny, just that previous Saturday! We love working with great wedding celebrants.
Ashley and Ryan love to spend the spare time outdoors, playing soccer and exploring nature, so some of our favourite portraits are the when we spent some time exploring the beautiful and iconic Queen Elizabeth Park.
The evening was spent with a very intimate reception at Seasons In The Park, with their 60-ish closest family and friends. There was tears, and laughter (and a Pizza Hut inside joke!) and a whole lot of love.
Finally the couple whisked away early for their Rocky Mountain Hiking Honeymoon!
Thank you Ashley and Ryan for being such an amazing, fun easy going couple! We thoroughly enjoyed capturing your wedding, and we hope to continue to be part of your family for years to come!
THE CHAPEL AT QUEEN ELIZABETH PARK WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY & CINEMATOGRAPHY|| FAMILY CREATIVE IMAGERY
Run by two long time friends, Family Creative Imagery is a Vancouver Wedding & Family Photography & Cinematography Studio best known for their creative style of photojournalism & modern portraiture.
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