I met Aaron and Asha for the first time at Higher Ground for coffee, and instantly I wanted to photograph their winter wedding! They both were so charming, happy, and beyond in love. However, if I am being completely honest it wasn’t until I photographed their engagement session that I really realized the depth of their awesomeness and how thrilled I was to be capturing their wedding story.
On the day of their wedding, I met Asha at her parent’s house. Upon arriving I was instructed by Asha’s father to, “follow the music downstairs.” Bright colours, cheerful music, and excitement greeted my camera and I as we walked downstairs to meet Asha and her 6 bridesmaids getting ready for the wedding.
Aaron and Asha’s wedding continued in the same direction. Their ceremony was held at First Baptist church located on 4th street downtown. Which meant after exchanging their vows and receiving best wishes from their guests, we headed over to the Rose and Crown for a celebratory drink!
We then got to take in the sun setting out at Griffith Park. I probably could have spent forever out at Griffith Park with Aaron and Asha, but the party bus was calling us and it was time to head to Murrietas in Canmore for their reception.
Murrietas set a cozy, comfortable atmosphere where friends and family gathered from all over to celebrate. They even had tiny snowflakes greet them at the end of the night!
Being a part of two people’s wedding day is not something I feel should be taken for granted. It is so amazing to capture the moments and excitement that is shared between friends, family, and the couple themselves. Truly, thank you Aaron and Asha for trusting me with such beautiful memories, and I wish you all the best in the next chapter of your life together. Here is a little preview from the wedding photos, hope you enjoy!
- Adele :)
Cake - Renee Golka
Dress- Blissful Bride
Bridesmaid's dresses: Simple Dress, Lulu's, Forever 21
Groom and Groomsman's Suits: Derks
Make-up: Kendall Rassmussen
Transportation: AMPM Limo- Driver: Jerry
Officiant: Alice Mitchell
A huge thank you to Brendan Nogue Photography for his assistance, and to everyone for checking out my blog post!