Lake on the Mountain Resort, Prince Edward County Ontario Elopement Photographer

Before I share this perfect little elopement from Lake on the Mountain Resort in Prince Edward County, I had Lindsay and Andrew share their experience with me so that I could share with other couples who might be considering something similar.  If you and your partner feel that a large wedding just isn’t for you (or your bank account), then perhaps consider a quick little escape to Prince Edward County and give me a call so I can document it, then you’ll have some great memories to share with those who couldn’t make it.  Also, a weekday wedding isn’t a bad idea either, but that’s just my two cents.  Here’s what Lindsay and Andrew have to say about their special day:

How did you choose the Lake on the Mountain Resort for your venue?

“We decided to go to the County for our wedding day because it’s so beautiful and relaxing. It felt like a destination wedding without all the travel. We’ve been to Lake on the Mountain before and really enjoyed it, so it seemed like an obvious choice for our wedding venue.”

What was your favourite moment from your wedding day?

“For both of us, the moment we saw each other just before the ceremony started was very special. It was amazing to look at each other and know such a meaningful thing was about to happen. The time we spent taking photos was also a big highlight. Christine made the photoshoot super fun and even though we had a small group, that was the only time during the day when it was just the two of us.”

Do you have any wedding planning advice for newly engaged couples?

“Keep it simple and focus on the things that really matter to you. Don’t be afraid to do something different if that’s what you want to do. It’s your day!”

Other Prince Edward County vendors who helped make your day special:

Venue:  Lake on the Mountain & Devil’s Wishbone
Makeup: Jenna Makeup
Hair:  Village 272 Salon
Officiant:  Larry Hurley 

Some of my favourite moments from their day included Lindsay’s bridal portraits in bare feet, watching Lindsay and her dad work their way around the bushes to get to the front of the house, and Andrew’s sweet vest and hat.  Of course, working with the crew at Devil’s Wishbone is also a highlight and we could not have asked for better weather for photos when the rain stopped just before we started.