S + A knew that they were going to have a Vancouver lakeside elopement long before having an elopement was cool (or mandatory depending on how pessimistic about the pandemic you are today).
Have a look below at how their intimate Vancouver lakeside elopement played out.
They wanted something small, intimate, and totally them, with only their closest family in attendance. That is exactly what they got!
When you plan an elopement you open yourself up to some amazing possibilities that would never be able to fit into the confines of a traditional wedding day.
From the beginning S knew she wanted to keep things small. The most important thing for her was being able to marry A. They both wanted their Vancouver elopement day to be completely focused on each other. Nothing else.
dock was set up in an easy and elegant way. When the ceremony began S walked toward the water with her mother and father at her side. A, walked up the aisle of the dock to meet them and took S’s hand to lead her toward their Vancouver lakeside elopement.
On this particular lake peddle boaters and kayakers like to play. They all throughly enjoyed looking on as S + A said their “I do’s” in their simple summer elopement ceremony. Once the elopement was complete S + A walked back down the dock toward their overjoyed families. Hugs were had all around, and some family photos were shared before S + A stole away for some alone time together. Obviously with me following along as the ultimately 3rd wheel!
When you choose an elopement know that it is a valid life choice that does not need to be born out of a global crisis.
Elopements are a beautiful, relaxing, and fun way to celebrate your unique love.
They can be done any way you want them to. I can’t think of a better way to get married than that.