What to say about this one? Well, obviously the location is fantastic. How can you beat a view literally from the top of the mountain? One you only have to share with your closest family, friends and a tall white photographer? Luckily the real important factors here were the deep connection that Ken and Courtney clearly shared between each other. For the first time in a while, it was the groom’s vows (Ken) that brought everyone to tears. Luckily, everyone had sunglasses on to hide the tears! This was a long time coming for the lovely couple that met over 7 years ago and I was so happy to be a small part of it!

If you’re thinking of taking your photos to the NEXT level, let me know! I recently partnered with SKY Helicopters and you can find all of my pricing information here. One important note, this shoot was done before the world started locking down in response to COVID-19. Even still, the whole team at SKY Helicopters takes hygiene and safety INCREDIBLY seriously. Their standard for excellence really shines and now that small groups are allowed in BC, they are cautiously and safely going back to what they do best, delivering unforgettable experiences to couples. As a lot of weddings move to smaller options, I really think you can’t go wrong with SKY. I’ve flown with them countless times, and I’ve never had a negative experience. If you’re thinking of changing how your wedding looks to something a lot smaller, you really can’t go wrong with them!

A huge thank-you to our pilots and the whole team at SKY Helicopters as well as Beth from Young, Hip & Married.