Bloedel Conservatory Wedding – Julie Jagt Photography
Since the first time I visited Queen Elizabeth Park, I have wanted to photograph a Bloedel Conservatory wedding. Last month, I did just that.
Katie and I met in early 2019 to discuss her summer 2020 wedding. As we all know, the world had other plans. Their wedding was postponed until further notice until I receieved an email this summer that their wedding was back on, and I did a little happy dance when I realized I was still available for their wedding day.
The day was a rainy one, but thankfully we were indoors for the worst of it. It managed to hold off for portraits around Queen Elizabeth Park. I really found a love for smaller weddings this past year and they have been a reminder of what weddings truly represent. It was such an honour to be a part of such a love-filled wedding, celebrating these two as they embark on this new chapter in their lives.
Katie and Devon, I cannot thank you enough for trusting me as your wedding photographer. Being able to capture a love like yours is something I will never forget. Love and Appreciation…J
Can’t get enough of the tropical vibes inside. It was much appreciated on the cloudy/rainy Vancouver morning.
This bird was so vocal during their ceremony, and he sure did lighten the mood.
After a short and sweet ceremony and a quick lunch, it was time for portraits around Queen Elizabeth Park.
A wedding dress with pockets…why aren’t they all made like this.
The most stunning bride.
And those florals are to DIE!
Vancouver Wedding Photographer – Julie Jagt Photography