Breanne and Ben had the perfect day for a wedding, They started out getting ready in condos at paradise canyon , which I had no idea was an option. They were spacious and well light which made things easy for me.

The ceremony was held at the Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden, they had a sweet and short ceremony.

These two boys worked so hard to pull the little Guy and they did so well!

The Japanese gardens has an amazing view to offer, and the staff are great at keeping people out of photos.

I know I have meniod it before but the wedding dresses brides have chosen this year are amazing, breannes was no exception I love the pink undertones.

Breannes amazing flowers were made by Bloom in Fort Macleod, I have had the chance to meet these Wonderfull ladies , they are both very passionate about what they do and extremely talented!

Its not often in the summer there are any clouds in the sky, so when I come across a really blue sky and fun clouds I can’t help it.

These two we’re willing to adventure a little to get close to the waterfall, what you don’t see is my husband my second shooter hovering dangerously close to the water with our light stand, but it was so worth it. I love how this photo turned out.

Before heading to the reception we made one last stop, and meet with Ellie, Breanne and Bens dog. The breeder who was watching her that day brought her to the Sunridge park so we could get a few pictures on they wedding day.

This shot was inspired by Ben who did this on his own well walking from the Riverstone waterfall.

Their reception was held at the Paradise Canyon banquet room , the view is always amazing!

Congratulations to you both on your new journey together, thanks so much for having us capture you day.


Melanie Cervo

I take the time to get to know who Im photographing so that each experience and environment I use is based on the personality of those Im capturing an image for. whether this takes us to the top of a mountain or in the studio is up to you!

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