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Chandi and Theo – Wedding Day

Filed under Weddings • Written by Jason Kasumovic on Tuesday, August 9th, 2011, 4:44 pm

Last fall I had a great time doing an engagement shoot with Chandi and Theo at Elk Island National Park. There’s only one place I enjoy doing photos more than Elk Island – that’s the Canadian Rockies. These two know how to choose their locations as on Saturday, they tied the knot above the town of Golden, British Columbia. Gorgeous weather was on their side as they enjoyed a fantastic wedding in a spectacular setting. Here are a few photos from the day.

Chandi and the ladies began getting ready bright and early in their lodge.

The team went to work with Chandi’s lovely dress.

Theo gets his first look at his stunning bride.

We were off to Golden from the Kicking Horse Mountain Resort for some pre-ceremony formals.

The ladies looked lovely.





In the early afternoon we hopped into a gondola to make the ride to the ceremony site.

A smiling Chandi soon made her entrance escorted by mom and dad.

The first kiss went on and on…

It was time for some more formals. Below, the wedding party take some air on top of the world.

Some portraits of the beautiful bride.





The reception was up next. Below, the newlyweds enjoy and special gift from the parents. Alot of effort went into making an album that documented their lives from birth to present.

Some laughs during the short and sweet speeches.

The cake was up next (the little fellow on the bottom left looks hungry).

This was such a great first dance as Chandi and Theo wore their happiness on their sleeves from start to finish.

The party was on (not sure what Theo was doing here).

Their was a short break for some bouquet tossing and garter hunting.

And the party resumed.




Congratulations Chandi and Theo! Thank you much for making me a part of the big day – it was happily memorable for everyone involved. Cheers!

9 Comments »

  1. Jason! You did such a fantastic job!!! They are so beautiful!!!!!!!

    Comment by Kayla — August 9, 2011 @ 5:29 pm
  2. beatiful pics…cannot wait to see them all!!!

    Comment by joanne stubbs — August 10, 2011 @ 5:47 pm
  3. Wow, These are amazing photos!! I am an avid scrapbooker so I can really appreciate beautiful, crystal clear photo!

    Comment by Dawn Beaulieu — August 11, 2011 @ 12:49 pm
  4. WOW again!!!!

    Comment by Alenka — August 13, 2011 @ 1:13 am
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