Hello friends!

I'm the wedding photographer for the adventurous couple that wishes to exchange their vows in the most sacred of settings. The great outdoors!


I also created an e-book for fellow photographers who are interested in learning how to shoot in manual-mode! Check it out below. :) It's free!


Featured In:

JPEGmini Blog
See 10 reviews for Émilie Smith Photography

Kiah + Aaron // Bow River Elopement



Kiah and Aaron chose to exchange their vows on the same river bed where they got engaged 2 years ago! They also spend a lot of time here walking around Edworthy Park, so this ceremony location definitely had a lot of sentimental value to them!  Surrounded by their closest family members and friends, the ceremony was short and very sweet! We also couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful and warm Spring day.

After the ceremony, we walked around Edworthy Park and took photos along the CN rail tracks, in the trees and around a campfire! Around the campfire, they also popped champagne to celebrate! The festivities ended at the Deanne House for lunch and more time spent with family.

Also, for those curious, Kiah’s beautiful dress was a thrift store find!! WOW! She hemmed and fixed it up herself, and let’s just say we are impressed! Kiah and Aaron – thank you for making me a small part of your love story!


“Emilie is an easy going photographer. It’s like having a good friend photograph you. She is creative and adventurous with her photos. We got some beautifully unique shots that we will cherish forever.” -Kiah + Aaron


Vendors Involved:

Florals: Mona Lysa

Wedding Officiant: Jodi Hartung from Young, Hip and Married


Add a comment...

Your email is never<\/em> published or shared. Required fields are marked *

    Looking to join my email list?

    Emilie Smith is based in Edmonton, Alberta // Edmonton Wedding Photographers, Mountain Adventure Wedding Photographers and Edmonton Elopement Photographers

    Serving: Alberta // British-Columbia // Canadian Rockies // National Parks // Okanagan // West Coast // Northern Canada

    Terms and Conditions of Use