Sarah & Trevor’s Intimate Acreage Wedding in Edmonton

We’re delighted to share another fun sneak peek from a wedding in Edmonton that we recently had the pleasure of photographing. Sarah & Trevor chose to have their ceremony at Sarah’s parent’s acreage just north of Edmonton which ended up being a beautiful location for their intimate ceremony. The weather gods were on our side this day as a wicked storm blew through the area just minutes after finishing the ceremony and family photos.

The sudden downpour gave us the opportunity to swing by their reception venue at the Kinsmen Club of St. Albert to get some full room photos before their guests arrived and then we headed over to the University of Alberta where the sun was shining for photos with Sarah & Trevor and their bridal party.

We had a great time getting to know Sarah & Trevor and meeting their friends and family who made us feel welcomed from the moment we arrived. Enjoy this sneak peek.

Shout out to all the other great vendors who we had the pleasure of working with:

Wedding Dress: The Bridal & Tuxedo House | Bridesmaids Dresses:  David’s Bridal | Suits/Tuxes: EPH Apparel | Hair & Makeup: X-treme Creations & Marie Michelle MUA | Florist: Charmed Floral Design | Cake: Whimsical Cake Studio | Catering: Elegant Affairs Catering | Officiant: Kaye Steward | Decor: Inside Edge Event Designs | Limo: Intrigue Limos | DJ: Boomtown Sound

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  • […] Sarah and Trevor made the trip up from Calgary and we lucked out with some reasonably mild temperatures for their session. If you decide to do photos at the Ice Castles, be prepared to work around the crowds and be sure to dress warmly as it will be about -5 degrees colder inside the castle than the temp on your phone’s weather app. We chose a weekday to visit and arrived as soon as they opened so that we could be one of the first groups inside the castles which allowed us a few minutes to take photos before it started to get busy. Buy your tickets in advance to save a few dollars but keep in mind that you won’t have exclusive access to the space. There is an option to book the Ice Castles for a private session but the cost is fairly high for something like an engagement session and they do limit the number of private sessions so that they can do maintenance and work on the installation while it is closed to the public. […]