Category Archives: Canada

Lovely Farm Wedding in BC

Liz and Brock are the definition of a fun couple!  Their wedding truly reflected their values.  They made their rings themselves at a smelter.  They also chose their venue because it was committed to giving back to the community, as well as to being environmentally friendly.  It also helped that it was such a lovely spot for photographs!

Liz’s mom is a judge, and she officiated the ceremony.  Close friends and family were all there, and many tears were shed.  Brock even read the poem “Love” by Erich Fried as part of his vows.  It was truly magical.  They even had ice cream cake instead of traditional wedding cake!

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Romantic Beach Wedding in Victoria, BC, Canada

I am so pleased to feature the wedding of Raquel and Brian!  These two have an international love story.  Raquel is from Spain, and Brian from Canada.  They met while studying abroad in Europe, and quickly fell in love.  If your early relationship can handle travelling together all day every day in close quarters, I think it’s safe to say you have a very bright future full of love and great memories.  They were married on the beach in Cordova Bay, and their little dog Monty played ring bearer, and also posed for some photos with his family.  The reception was just steps away at the Beach House.  And just in case you thought this couple couldn’t get any cuter, Brian surprised Raquel at the reception with a serenade.  This couple is simply amazing, I think you will agree.  Have a look!

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Wedding Photography from Victoria, BC by Nichole Taylor Photography

Canadian Rockie Mountain Wedding

We don’t normally get to enjoy our summer (due to the busy wedding season), thus we are extremely happy to photograph Canadian Rocky Mountain weddings during summer time. It was not long ago since we photographed Katherine & Mark’s engagement photos in Calgary downtown. (Click Here to see their engagement photos)

Highlights of the Day

  • Every bride’s maid wore like 10-inches super high heel shoes.
  • Katherine self designed 8 different Totoro fans for the guests to use during ceremony (and use it to block the sun)
  • The outside photo session was full of laughs! (Just see how photogenic they were and you will know why we couldn’t finish on time)  It was very funny when we were stopped by one of Mark’s  students from SAIT  while  photographing  on the Engineering bridge. Apparently Mark was one of those amazing teachers that you would dream to have when you were in school.
  • Gorgeous golf course for ceremony and reception backdrop!
  • Since Katherine is a graphic designer herself, she DIY all of the wedding details!  Check out her creativity!
  • Katherine’s  Chinese traditional dress was so mix of modern and tradition….we absolutely loved how it fit on her and made her glow!
  • At the end of the night, Mark and Katherine planned a surprise “firework” show for all the guests! None of our cameras focused in the absolute darkness….luckily, we had a video light that saved us!

Candice and Andrew Modern Calgary Engagement Photography

We create and capture memories for many couples, but I have never once wished to redo my own engagement photos, until now. I envy Candice and Andrew for having a such variety in their photos. Urban city structures, dancing in the rain, amazingly green field, rusty train and beautiful sunset. Please don’t think that I favour this couple…none of us were powerful enough to predict and plan for the weather. Candice and Andrew took a chance. I phoned them at noon on Sunday to let them know downtown was raining badly…knowing how much she wanted the soft sunset lighting for her photos…I offered them to reschedule. Candice was brave enough to try anything, even bad weather….and it turned out to be an amazing day with lots of creativity. Cheers!