As a wedding photographer, I'm always excited to be a part of a couple's special day, and Zak and Rebecca's wedding in Penticton was no exception. I drove out to this beautiful location to capture their love story and to showcase the stunning landscapes of this region in their photos.

The wedding day began with Rebecca's dad driving her to St. Ann's Parish in his vintage red Chevy, which set the tone for a day filled with sentimental moments and personal touches. The ceremony was beautiful, and I was able to capture some amazing shots of the couple and their loved ones exchanging their vows.

After the ceremony, we took a large group shot of everyone outside of the church followed by family and bridal party photos at a nearby park. It was a lot of fun capturing the joy and excitement of the wedding party, and the park provided a stunning backdrop for some gorgeous photos.

Next up was the couple's photoshoot, and we went to the Kettle Valley Rail Trail to capture some intimate and romantic moments between Zak and Rebecca. The wind picked up Rebecca's train, making for some truly stunning and memorable shots.

The reception was held at Highway 97 Brewing Company, which provided the perfect setting for an unforgettable night of laughter, dancing, and great food. Zak and Rebecca even gave a stand-up comedy performance, which was a unique and memorable touch. It was an amazing celebration filled with love and laughter.

Partway through the reception, Zak, Rebecca and I escaped for some golden hour photos up on Munson Mountain. The lighting during the golden hour is simply magical, and it made for some truly stunning and intimate shots of the couple.