After the moments fly by during your wedding ceremony, now is the time to capture the faces of the newly married couple wearing their most incredible smiles as they go to different places for the pictorial. What will the backgrounds of the pictures that you will show to your friends and future kids that will complete and make your love story more romantic as you narrate it to them? Here are some of the best places that we recommend:
Head out to the crescent shaped park and drip your bride for a kiss on the bridge or in the tunnel under 14th St. The park offers a great setting for a wedding portrait especially in Fall.
Baker Park is one of the most popular parks for weddings and photoshoots due to its captivating archways, promenades, and peaceful greeneries are situated just across the Bow River from Bowness Park.
It is a stunning mansion built in the 18th Century standing in a 2.8 acre estate and is now a historic site. It is more commonly known as Beaulieu Gardens as it is truly such a beautiful place to visit and capture moments like in a fairytale.
Take a snap with a breathtaking view of the city’s downtown skyscrapers surrounded by the Bow River. This would make a lovely backdrop especially by sunset.
This botanical garden is the only indoor park of the city that is located in the heart of Calgary. Though this is considered a public park, sessions with professional photographers requires a permit and usually costs $150 per hour. A beautiful venue for the rainy or snowy days.
Calgary’s first Legacy Park that was transformed from a hillside to an internationally acclaimed garden on the corner of 25th Avenue and Macleod Trail. The cafe offers a great reception venue that has a bride’s room perfect for pre, post and after wedding photo-ops.
This park is near the Peace Bridge which can be an additional stopover if not the reception venue. Prince’s Island Park is a great picnic area that has a great panoramic view of the city’s skyscrapers. It is located at 698 Eau Claire Ave SW of Calgary.
This turn of the century building was the teacher’s college from 1908-1922, became a junior high then an elementary school and finally a government of Alberta building in 1987. The gardens and fountains are a beautiful backdrop to your photos.
Now known as one of the city icons, the pedestrian bridge attracts more and more people yearly and is becoming a favorite wedding photo stop offering a beautiful architectural design. This bridge accommodates pedestrians and cyclists crossing the Bow River.
The historic park & ranch have been restored to their splendor. Also a fantastic wedding venue, it is a beautiful site to do your photos and enjoy the grounds of this gorgeous ranch house.
Built in 1894, these ruins are the site of what was once Calgary General Hospital. The sandstone pillars and some walls are all that is left of this historic site and a stunning park and backdrop for amazing photos.
The quiet pathways of the park and the brilliant yellow leaves in fall creates an imitation of being in the mountains. A photo along the lined tall trees trail is a romantic place to capture a couple’s kiss.