On Sunday morning, I was privileged to be a part of a small and intimate wedding at Lougheed House here in Calgary. When Jody originally contacted me about the possibility of photographing their wedding, I confessed to her that had my husband and I gotten married in Calgary, it probably would have been at that venue. I think it’s a beautiful location, and there is something magical and elegant about a historic home in a city where nearly all of the buildings are no more than 30 or 40 years old. So I was pretty excited to get to attend a wedding there, and even better, to be the photographer.
Jody and Dean have been together for a while, and decided it was time to get married. So it felt very lovely, peaceful and beautiful, and at the same time special and remarkable. They are so comfortable and easy to get along with, a Calgary wedding photographer couldn’t ask for a more easy to photograph couple. Here are a few of the images from their day!
In the above right photo, I noticed a closed door with light spilling out underneath it. I probably wasn’t supposed to open it, but was delighted to find a funky little mini-room with old peeling wallpaper and a window. So cool.
Thank you both so much for letting me share in your special day — it was lovely and I hope the rest of your day was as great.
Beautiful wedding portraits. I love the first two of the bride!
Great umbrella portrait!
They’re all amazing, but that silhouette shot is terrific.
I love the portrait second row on the left 🙂 So cute and happy! Nice work 🙂
Great work on this wedding, Lisa! I especially love the light in the last photo of the bride. She is beautiful.
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