Kataria Engagement Session at Wabamun Lake, Alberta

Fall and Love

“The minute I heard my first love story,
I started looking for you, not knowing
how blind that was.
Lovers don’t finally meet somewhere.
They’re in each other all along.” – Rumi

THE ENGAGEMENT RING AND HOW THEY MET

Manish and Kiran’s story is the classic Bollywood romance! They met in India years and years ago where Manish saw Kiran and instantly knew she was the one. He proposed to her last year with a spectacular proposal and the couple will get married this year in India.

THE ENGAGEMENT SESSION AT WABAMUN LAKE

Kiran & Manish’s engagement session took place across two locations within Alberta. We first went down to the Alberta Legislature building where we took photos of the couple with beautiful fall foliage and the epic architecture of the legislature building. We then traveled to Wabamun lake where we rented a Canoe and took photos over the lake. These lovebirds were super adventurous and were willing to use a canoe even in severe weather conditions that included chilly winds and near-zero temperatures.  The engagement photos reflect their selfless love and desire for adventure and I wish them the very best for their wedding in India!

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Box Cube Photography offers Edmonton couples the very best in wedding photography! Our unique style and best in class experience are one of a kind. Each wedding is treated with the greatest of care and creativity, resulting in breathtaking imagery. We also offer Edmonton newborn photography, capture maternity sessions as well as family portraits.

We are one of the top studios in Western Canada, servicing the Edmonton area, including but not limited to Leduc, St. Albert, Canmore, Banff, Cochrane, Chestermere, Airdrie, Lethbridge, and Red Deer. We also offer coverage in Calgary, Vancouver and to destinations worldwide.

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