Wednesday, March 1, 2023

Outdoor Winter Elopement - Classic Contemporary Ceremony: Your Kids and Your Elopement - Elope In Banff Wedding Planners and Photography

  Elope In Banff - Classic Contemporary Ceremony: Your Kids and Your Elopement

It can be so beautiful and joyful to witness families coming together on your special day. 

(including your kiddos)

This decision is most definitely a matter of personal preference, as the essence of an elopement is that you are free to create your own traditions. Kids? No Kids? – it's entirely your choice!

Having your kids with you at your elopement could potentially provide a type of intimacy that does not have to live at odds with the concept of romance

For Z + R romance was certainly not compromised, and the experience offered a chance for fun family portrait sessions, and meaningful moments to be created.

At Elope In Banff, we will coordinate the day to ensure that EVERYONE has fun, feels welcomed, and is involved. 

After the ceremony, we did sneak away with Z + R, to a few extra portrait locations, giving the couple a little love break, before joining kids and family for dinner and celebrations. We also encountered some fun weather changes. The rocky mountains can be mysterious!

Give your kids a disposable camera. This will keep them entertained and engaged, while also being creative!


Thank you for trusting us to plan and be part of your special day.

Wishing you many years of happiness!


If you are planning an intimate elopement wedding in Banff or

 are interested in any of our packages in the rocky mountains,

we would love to capture your special day,

we are taking bookings for  2023 & 2024 be sure to contact us.

Banff Photography by Bryan White - Alpine Peak Photography

Wedding Planner - Sharon Carmichael, Elope in Banff


Would you like to see some more Canadian Rocky Mountain Elopement Weddings?

Click on the links below:

A Castle WeddingBanff Outdoor WeddingHelicopter ElopementWinter Elopement at Lake LouiseSki Hill fun ElopementSleigh Ride Wedding at Lake Louise.


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