When we arrived at Paige’s family acreage it was calm, inside and out. The yard was immaculately groomed by Paige’s mother, and the handmade details were abounding! We decided to hang the dress in the ceremony alter, and found an adorable bench to place the bouquet on.

Inside the girls were having their hair and makeup done, drinking champagne, and playing with the most adorable dog that has ever lived!

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The couple decided to read their hand written vows to each other in the forest (how romantic!) and I think it was a great decision.alberta wedding photographeralberta wedding photographeralberta wedding photographeralberta wedding photographeralberta wedding photographeralberta wedding photographeralberta wedding photographeralberta wedding photographeralberta wedding photographeralberta wedding photographeralberta wedding photographer

This is what 30 years of marriage looks like! Paige mentioned to me that her parents are an inspiration to her, and I can totally see why!

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Taking my couples out into the sunset is my favourite thing to do, especially when the reception is out of town. Thank you Josh and Paige for including Danna and I on your wedding day, we had so much fun with you both, and are looking forward to your reveal at the studio next month!! Enjoy Hawaii, and bring us back some chocolate covered macadamia nuts 😉

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