“This was the one, right here!” she said as she pointed to the East Pine cabin at Storm Mountain Lodge, the very place he had proposed nestled within the Rocky Mountains on the border of Alberta and British Columbia.
Brendan and Margaret chose the Storm Mountain Lodge because it was a place that had a special meaning, the one thing I always encourage with every couple when choosing their engagement session location. They knew the grounds already and when we walked past the cabin he proposed in, her eyes lit up! Storm Mountain Lodge felt a little bit more like home to them and, even though driving there and back from Edmonton that same day was a bit intense, it was well worth the four and a half hour drive, all the iced coffee and every single road trip Timbit.
Offering a little bit of everything from mountain views to quaint cabins the Storm Mountain Lodge really was the sweetest spot to capture these two. They are genuinely each other’s best friend and it made my job as their photographer easier than ever. They were able to be themselves, say whatever it took to get the other to laugh, and took every idea I had and ran with it full force.
B and M, thank you for being you – authentic, kind and straight up hilarious. I had so much fun getting to laugh for an hour and a half with you both and of course, how could we beat that backdrop. I cannot tell you much more excited I am for the actual wedding day!