As a photographer, I hold the belief that few things are more beautiful or striking than the golden hour and pure gold seemed to be streaming in through the trees during this intimate and stunning wedding. This was my shortest wedding of the year. I was only with Heather and Omer for two hours but that was all the time needed to see just how perfect these two are.
Their wedding took place at the beginning of the month as a fresh blanket of snow graced us with its presence here in Edmonton. Heather, who should have been wearing a super suit under her dress, braved the cold weather and snow-covered ground, hiking through it in her heels without complaint as I shivered in my winter coat and boots. I was in awe of her, her composure, and the natural warmth she emitted while around her friends and family. This was a small wedding. Friends and family sat at their tables at the venue while Heather and Omer said, “I do,” under a beautiful arch twinkling with lights. The ceremony was short, simple, and sweet–the love tangible. For me, this was the perfect introduction to the winter months. Heather and Omer, I wish you both endless joy. Congratulations.
Venue : Broadmore Golf Course
Hair: Behind the Purple Doors Hair Studio, Stephanie Carr