All images by Sachin Khona, Creative Toronto Wedding Photographer
Anna & Kosta’s first dance
Brock House Wedding, Jericho Beach
Anne-Sophie & Mike
Anne-Sophie & Mike met 7 years ago when Anne-Sophie moved from Bordeaux, France to study here in Vancouver. In September they were married next to Jericho Beach at the beautiful Brock House, one of my favourite venues in Vancouver. Anne-Sophie & Mike had a first look close to the Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel after which we made our way to Jericho Beach for portraits with the bridal party and the families.
The day threatened to rain and in preparation I scouted a few days before for potential cover and locations to take portraits in if this was the case. But, the weather turned in our favour and we had an absolute peach of a day .. and their sunset ceremony was absolutely perfect!
The beauty of getting married at Brock House is definitely the location, its close to the sea, mountains and on a clear day like we had, it makes for some epic sunset portraits. Right after the ceremony we rushed to capture that last bit of light right before it settled behind the mountains. Awesome.
The reception was full of love, laughter and a few emotional tears but what stood out for me, and what I really loved was that Anne-Sophie & Mike incorporated some French traditions into the evening, one of which was having the father-daughter dance first. That was really special. The evening continued with lots of drinks and dancing and I enjoyed every minute.
Got to say a massive thanks to Anne-Sophie and Mike for choosing me to capture their wedding. From the first time we met for coffee at JJ Bean up until now I felt like they were good friends of mine the entire time. It was such a pleasure getting to know you both over the months leading up to the wedding and I wish you both all the best!
A big thanks to Taryn Baxter for assisting me on the day too! You’re the bomb.
Enough from me, onto the wedding..
All images by Sachin Khona, Vancouver elopement photographer
Ahh today was amazing. These two arrived in from Chicago this afternoon, we met, and 15 minutes later they were married on the steps of the Vancouver Art Gallery.
They are now off on a ferry to a remote area called Lee Bay in BC together.
Here’s 3 from today.