Canmore Elopement

Your wedding should be a reflection of your relationship.  If you love the outdoors and being surrounded by the grandness that is the Rocky Mountains, why not get married in the heart of them.  When asked if I was able to switch coverage from a city wedding with multiple hours of coverage to a small intimate hike with almost as many dogs as people, I think I literally jumped for joy.  Making your wedding everything you want it to be is so important.  It is a reflection of who you are and the type of life you wish to have.  I think these two are on the path to success. 

dogs at weddings
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dogs at mountain weddings
Canmore elopement - Canmore wedding photography - Canmore elopement photographer
Canmore elopement - Canmore wedding photography - Canmore elopement photographer
Canmore elopement - Canmore wedding photography - Canmore elopement photographer
Canmore elopement - Canmore wedding photography - Canmore elopement photographer
Canmore elopement - Canmore wedding photography - Canmore elopement photographer
Canmore elopement - Canmore wedding photography - Canmore elopement photographer
Canmore elopement - Canmore wedding photography - Canmore elopement photographer

For more mountain work from Cole Hofstra Photography please check out the links below:

From the same general area https://www.colehofstra.com/canmore-engagement-3/

A little ways up the road  https://www.colehofstra.com/lougheed-provincial-park/

And in the heart of Canmore https://www.colehofstra.com/cornerstone-theatre-3/

 

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