Adventurous Lake Engagement Shoot
Nov 30, 2021
Cara-Lee and Scott met at a 90’s themed birthday party for a mutual friend. Despite the fact that Cara-Lee had paid Scott almost no attention all night, he finally asked her to slow dance. After they shared that dance Cara-Lee left the party without sharing her information with Scott. Knowing that he couldn’t let her get away he tracked her down on social media and asked her on their first date.
Since their first date they have been inseparable! Cara-Lee and Scott got engaged at her sister’s wedding during the bouquet toss. Instead of tossing the bouquet she turned around and handed it to Cara-Lee as she said “It’s your turn”. As the music changed she noticed Scott making his way through the crowd once he got to her hedroppeddown on one kneeand proposed!Cara-Lee was so happy to be able to say “Yes!!” in front of her family and friends.Much thought was put into Cara-Lee’s engagement ring, it was custom made by her uncleto add a special sentimental touch to it.
For the couple’s engagement shoot they adventured to one of the most beautiful locations of the British Columbia. This couple’s outdoor engagement shoot took place at The Garibaldi Lake. The incredible views of lakes and snow covered mountains made for the perfect background for these mountain couple photos. Cara-Lee decided to pick flowers from her own garden in order to make the flower crown special for this adventure engagement shoot.
Their breathtaking pictures were not easy to come by. They had to reschedule their adventure engagement shoot three different times due to weather. Their dream location on The Garibaldi Lake was at the end of an 18 km hike. Cara-Lee almost gave up on thislocation when they had to keep changing the date, but it so glad that her photographers pushed her to stick with it. She says that their pictures turned out better than she could have ever imagined. Cara-Lee and Scott encourage other couples planning their engagement shoot or wedding to do what they want to do and not give up on their ideas