For the second half of their engagement photo session, Marie-Hélène and Louis decided to go a little vintage and kitsch with some retro engagement photos at the Big Orange. So we headed to Montreal’s classic Gibeau Orange Julep!
Marie-Hélène and Louis chose to do their Montreal engagement photos in the Plateau, their own neighbourhood. To match their neighbourhood, they chose outfits that spelled trendy and casual weekend walks.
Here’s a detailed rundown of the best locations to propose in Montreal, with tips on timing and how to get great photos of your surprise proposal.
Jetmir and Sara were having dinner in Old Montreal. Little did Sara know that Jet had a ring in his pocket and was planning to propose in just a few minutes.
I’m excited to share some photos of this Hotel Place d’Armes wedding! About The happy couple Ayako and Patrick are both graduate researchers in very advanced sciences that have something to do with the atmosphere, with weather, with waves in…
Abby and Carling had a laid-back, intimate autumn wedding at an aquarium. Yup, I said aquarium.
Before the ceremony, the couple hung out at a nearby B&B, relaxing with friends, as they got ready for the wedding.
On a sunny day in May, Amanda and Jeremie were married at Notre-Dame-du-Sacré-Coeur Chapel in the Old Port.
Ryan e-mailed me because he was planning to propose to his girlfriend. Ryan pretended he booked a couple’s photoshoot so they could have “nice memories of their trip” to Montreal.
For this engagement shoot, we decided to forgo the typical romantic locations around Montreal (yes, Old Port, we’re talking about you) and get down and dirty exploring a graffiti-filled abandoned factory.
Molli and Josh were married in an intimate ceremony on the porch of the Old Mansion House in Georgeville, Quebec.
I was so surprised when I heard that Molli and Joshua were travelling up from South Carolina to Quebec to get married! Typical destination weddings happen in places like Cuba and Mexico, right?