Wedding at the Harrison Hot Springs Hotel | Caroline and Andrew

There's a wonderful energy between Caroline and Andrew - we can see that they'll have a very spirited and passionate life together, if their wedding and the time that we've known them is any indication! Their wedding took place at one of our favourite resort locations in BC, the Harrison Hot Springs Hotel. The resort just adds a certain elegance and fun that reminds us of what the New England resorts must have been like in the 40s and 50s.

The day was our first opportunity to meet all of Caroline's family from Eastern Canada including those still in her hometown of St. John's, Newfoundland, and all of Andrew's family originally from Spain and South America. It was also the first opportunity for most of the families to come together - and what a great setting for it.

We started the day with them as the finishing touches for their makeup and hair were coming together. The women were just beautiful!! After the wedding party was ready, we had an opportunity to set up a "first look" between Caroline and Andrew. It was their first chance to see each other on their day in a secluded part of the gardens at Harrison Hot Springs Hotel. And it was a special moment for both of them.

There were many beautifully emotional times during the ceremony which we LOVE! The magnitude and significance of what happens during a wedding is amazing, and how we are should always reflect that! From there, their reception started with a beautiful first dance between Caroline and Andrew, then Caroline and her Dad, and ending with a beautiful seranade by Andrew for his new wife!

We've assembled a few highlights from their wedding day. Please click on the first image to see a gallery of images.

Our hearts go out to you with congratulations Caroline and Andrew! You'll have a wonderful and full life together.

Thank you Aimee Makris for your perseverance by our side for the day - it was a fun hot day together!

Posted by Randal for Randal Kurt Photography, Vancouver Wedding Photographers.