fall pre wedding photos

Fall pre-wedding photos in Vancouver: Thu + Khoa

When Thu contacted us to photograph their fall pre-wedding photos in Vancouver, a lot of the leaves had already fallen of the trees. The trees in Vancouver have their own slightly unpredictable schedule, so depending on the weather each year is a different from the next. Luckily with a bit of research, we found a location that still sported some gorgeous fall colours!

The spot we decided on was the beautiful Jericho Beach! There are some gorgeous deciduous trees in the area, which is of course where we spent most of our time with Khoa and Thu, since they specifically loved the fall colours. They even dressed to match the colours!

This duo certainly is spontaneous, because not only did we plan their shoot very last minute, they went shopping for outfits only a few hours beforehand! Very brave in my opinion, haha, you definitely require a great go-with-the-flow attitude for that.

What stood out most to me during our time together is how attentive these two were towards each other. Khoa helped Thu with her shawl and kept an eye on all the details. And Thu adjusted Khoa’s bowtie.

It was a chilly day in the beginning of November, but they both went for it. At the end of our time together, the sunset did its magical thing. Something about Jericho Beach sunsets that’s different from anywhere in Vancouver!

Thu and Khoa, thank you for choosing us for your pre-wedding photos! We hope you’re nicely settling in together!


PS: Can you guess which photos were taken in front of a giant pile of swept up leaves? 😉

Fall pre-wedding photos in Vancouver

If you’re interested in your own pre-wedding photos with beautiful fall colours, here’s how we do it! We plan a date in October and keep an eye on some different locations. Right before your shoot we decide if the trees are still looking amazing, because even a bit of wind can change everything! We decide on the final location together and off we go! Book your pre-wedding shoot today by contacting us here.