Alisia + Pascal's Quebec Adventure Elopement

Looking back at the photos from Alisia and Pascal’s elopement, I can’t help but smile. They had originally planned for an adventurous elopement in Iceland, but when covid hit, staying near Montreal became their only option. Not wanting to postpone their wedding, they brainstormed alternatives that would be memorable and meaningful with an adventurous twist! And trust me, it was all that and more!

They rented a very cozy chalet, only 15 minutes away from the heart of Mont Tremblant. I arrived in the morning and we began with capturing A + P getting ready together (which was so sweet!!). It was SO cold outside but the fireplace was blazing and love was in the air! Alisia planned every detail to a T which you will be able to see in the photos. After getting ready, we head to Le Pont Couvert which was the perfect location for their first look. Next, we drove to Domaine Saint-Bernard which is a park filled with beautiful trails and forests. We captured some lovely couple photos there and then we were off to the main event of the day… a private helicopter ride with Heli-Tremblant!

Although I was a bit nervous to ride in a helicopter, the experience was better than I could’ve ever imagined and I am so grateful I got to be a part of it!! Instead of explaining it, enjoy the photos and hopefully you’ll be able to feel the emotions and adventure of the day through the images! After the helicopter ride, we headed back to the airbnb and ended the day off with sushi, macaroons and a scrumptious wedding cake!!

If you’d like to see part one of their elopement which took place in the Old Port of Montreal, click here! :)

Thank you so much Alisia and Pascal for allowing me to capture your special day. Your wedding will forever hold a special place in my heart!! Congratulations <3



List of all the vendors + their websites:

Photographer | | Instagram @alizadworkind

Dress | | @jjshouseofficial 

Vow books | | @deuxamoureuxinvitations

Flowers | | @fleuriste.astilbe

Cake | @anasweetgarden