When two people meet at a running club and have their first date walking the seawall it's only fitting that you start your wedding from the start line at Mile 0 😉 . Get ready to read more about Tiffany & Dave's seaside wedding at the Vancouver Rowing Club. On your marks....get set...go!
Not only are these two extremely active runners, cyclists, and triathletes, Dave is also a very avid photographer. In fact, he's taken photography classes at the photography program where I currently teach and was referred to me by one of the photography instructors at the school. Having the opportunity to photograph someone's wedding is a tremendous honour, but more so when it's an avid photographer who likely has mad creative skills of their own! The date was set for August and was to be a small intimate wedding with close friends and family. We're used to photographing some large weddings at some of the most beautiful hotels in the city so having a small intimate wedding to capture was a nice change:)
With this couple being so active, I didn't know whether they were going to be commuting to the wedding on their road bikes or running there :) But Tiffany did arrive in an elegant limousine as she made her grand entrance to the Rowing Club for the ceremony.
Mile 0 was a sentimental location for these two as they had their first date walking the seawall past the 0 mile mark. So we had to stop to take photos at the location where it all started.
Loved the random photo bomb by the cutest kid....
Being avid runnings, Dave definitely wanted a running shot!
Thanks to those practicing on the docks of the Rowing Club for allowing us to take these amazing photos with the city backdrop:)
The reception, held in the trophy room, was elegantly adorned with natural greenery and candle-lit lanterns.
The great thing about small intimate weddings is that most couples get an opportunity to go around and mingle with the rest of their guests. This is a beautiful moment between Tiffany & her grandmother:)
Congratulations to this amazing couple and I hope to bump into them soon on my bike rides around the city...likely with them blazing right past me!