Alicia had always dreamt of a winter wedding. She looked so stunning against the crisp snow and fortress walls of Fort Edmonton Park, trembling slightly in Scott’s arms. It was as if time stood still, inviting us to step through whole historical periods and go back in time over 150 years! Alicia wanted an antique-old-warm feel to the images and memories – this first photo is one of my favorites. It was the first frame taken after we got out of the car and was meant to be a warm-up, but something special happened…
A modern-day princess with her tiara and ipod…
Alicia and her mom seriously look like sisters.
Here’s a little tribute to Alicia’s little guilty pleasure!
Heartbreakers-to-be? I think so!
How cute are Alicia’s boots?!
A deep bow to the bridal party for being so patient, fun, and tolerant of the cold. You truly rock.
The snow squeaked under out feet and the walls silently spoke of Canada’s living history.
Another antique 1920’s portrait, taken near Hotel Selkirk, a heritage experience in Fort Edmonton Park.
It was getting darker by the minute, as we slowly began making our way back to the reception. I knew I had seen horses out of the corner of my eye earlier, but how could I get Alicia & Scott next to them? I decided we should give it a try anyway, and I’m so glad we did! These beauties approached us even before Alicia picked up a handful of hay – it was so serene and special.
Alicia’s sister Danette and her other half Dylan, glowing on the dance floor… You guys were a blast!
Alicia & Scott, I loved every minute we spent together. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for making me feel like part of the family and sharing this magical day with you…
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