Well it had been a solid 11 hour day of running, squatting, lifting and shouting. Was I ready to jump into my pyjamas and sip on a glass of red to calm my brain down from the day’s excitement? Of course! But as I packed up my gear, hugged away my goodbyes and got ready to leave the Golden Eagle Golf Course, that familiar “I don’t want to leave” feeling danced through me. Was it because Erin, Matt and their family and friends were such a joy to be around? Was it the overwhelming amount of Ontario guests that made me feel so close to home? Or was it because everything was so beautiful that day that I didn’t want it to end? The thought of possibly never seeing all of the wonderful people I had spent the day with was unsettling. The words they shared with one another and myself were genuine and the intimate moments that I witnessed were real.
Erin and Matt were in love and every single person in the room knew it. Guests travelled long and far only because they support this relationship and strongly believe it will last a lifetime. After spending the day with the new Mrs and Mrs, I too see what everyone else sees.
Congratulations to one of the happiest, most carefree couples I have ever met. Continue to love each other the way you do, forever and always. -KBxoxo
Thank you to the wonderful creative team for making this day such a success!
Ceremony Location: Burnaby Mountain Conservation Area
Reception Venue: Golden Eagle Golf Course, Pitt Meadows
Wedding Decorator: Shyla from Valley Weddings Inc
Beauty Team: Mink Makeup
Commissioner: Lea Huusko
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I love shooting the “getting ready” in a family home.
I think it’s safe to say we have found the world’s most adorable ring bearer and flower girl. Being the kind, considerate man Matt is, he was there when his new wife needed some help with her tears.
Following the ceremony, Erin, Matt and I roamed Burnaby Mountain Conservation Area’s beautiful rose gardens to make some charming portraits.