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Hey, I'm Liv. Your elopement photographer + guide. I believe in finding joy in the little things in life and wanted to share a few things that make me really happy: •when one of my plants get a new leaf •when a new recipe turns out really good •experiencing a new country / culture •winning at Settlers of Catan •hearing my niece and nephew laugh •really good thrifting finds •going up in weight while working out •roadtrips in my minivan with friends Can you relate to any of these??
I did an in home session for JanaLyn and Luke back at the beginning of covid. These two were so giggly and had the best time having pillow fights and tickle wars. JanaLyn and Luke met at bible College in Saskatchewan. Although it took a few years before they started dating they eventually hit it off and dated for seven months before getting engaged on Christmas Eve. They now have been married for five years and have their very own dog named Remus (who is adorable btw). These two bought their first house after being married for 2 years and this is where they had their session. Who wants to see more of these two and hear the story of their first home?
Read these little love letters some of my past clients (ew gross word) **friends have written for me. Reviews are so great because they tell a real persons story and experience working with me, and they also just make my heart burst with love and joy. If you’ve worked with me in the past I would LOOOVEEE if you wrote a review for me ☺️☺️☺️ They truly do make my day and help future couples know what to expect from me. You can find where to write a review using the link in my bio.
Hope you had an amazing Valentine’s Day yesterday!! What did you get up to?? I did some crafting - thrifted some old vases and then painted them to look like clay.
There are so many ways to get married... traditional wedding, micro wedding, adventure elopement, intimate wedding, urban elopement... the list goes on and on. Have you been wondering what kind of wedding you should have? Maybe you're torn between an elopement or micro wedding? Or a traditional or intimate wedding? I have a solution! I created a wedding personality quiz to help you find out what type of wedding is right for you! Go to the link in my bio to take the quiz and don't forget to let me know what type of wedding you got :)
New blog post: 𝗕𝘂𝗶𝗹𝗱𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗽𝗲𝗿𝗳𝗲𝗰𝘁 𝗲𝗹𝗼𝗽𝗲𝗺𝗲𝗻𝘁 𝘁𝗶𝗺𝗲𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗲 Learn about what goes into an elopement timeline and how to create one that’s perfect for you. Eloping doesn't just mean you have a quick 10 minute ceremony and that's it. Eloping means that you are being intentional with your day and filling it with activities you and your partner love to do! Most of my couples end up booking 10-12 hours of photography coverage for their elopement day and still say that they could've gone with more. So what do they include in these 12 hours? I answered all of that in my blog post so go check it out!! The link is in my bio :)
You may have noticed that I haven't been super active on Instagram the past couple of weeks... and that's because I've been working on some amazing FREE resources for your elopement planning!!! The first thing I have for you is an elopement planning and packing checklist! And I also have one for micro weddings/intimate weddings!! If you are planning your elopement this is probably your first time and I'm assuming you don't know too many people who have also eloped... Which is why I want to help you! As an elopement and intimate wedding photographer I help many couples with planning their elopement day. If you're wondering how the heck to plan an elopement or where to start, go to the link in my bio and download my planning checklist! I strongly suggest printing it off and going through step-by-step everything you need to do. There is even room for notes on the side. And it ALSO comes with a packing checklist for when you start packing up for your elopement! It's important you don't leave anything behind so going through this packing list will remind you of all the important things you need to grab! If you go to the link in my bio you can choose to download either the elopement checklist or the micro wedding checklist. It's your choice! I truly hope that this can be a helpful resource for you and I'm excited to share even more resources soon!
Here’s my face and three fun facts about me: 1. I basically live off of tea lattes (chai lattes, london fogs, and lavender lattes are the best) with oat or almond milk. And no, I don’t drink coffee. 2. The Hamilton soundtrack is my greatest pump up music (no I’m not sick of it yet) 3. Mamma Mia is my favourite movie ever (the first and second one) and it’s been my favourite since I was like 13. I can watch it a million times and never get sick of it. Do you like any of these things?? Or none at all?? I’d love to know if we’re similar or celebrate our differences!
Emilie & Curtis got married in a beautiful castle in Banff National Park with their immediate family as witnesses. But that wasn't what they originally planned... With the new covid restrictions announced only weeks before their wedding, they had to replan their entire day in only 2 weeks!! Everything got pushed forward (that's right, "forward" not backwards) not only once, but twice. But despite needing to replan everything in such a short amount of time, everything seemed to fall into place. They got married in a beautiful location with their close family. And Emilie & Curtis realized that this was more their style than the bigger wedding they had planned since neither of them like to be the center of attention. They said there was a lot less pressure having only their close family there and they valued getting to connect with every guest personally.