Adrian + Rebecca // Alpine Meadow Proposal

We had planned it to the T. Picture this:

Your boyfriend suggests going for a sunset hike high above Manning Park. The views are pristine and there isn’t a soul in sight- you feel like the only two people on Earth. As the sun makes its final stretch across the forest, the trail opens up, unveiling a field of alpine wildflowers. There’s a sole man, reading a book in the field. You’d normally find this odd but the view is so breathtaking, you couldn’t blame a hipster for bringing his dog-eared novella here to read. As you make your way through the Heather, the strange man drops his book and picks up a camera. You turn to your boyfriend, who is down on one knee… tying his shoe? Picking a flower? Pulling something out of his pocket…

As the above scenario began to play out, I realized Rebecca had absolutely no clue what was about to happen. The look on her face and the joy they both shared in the moments following Adrian’s epic proposal was of the purest elation. Rebecca’s “happy jump” (nine photos in) is one of my favourite memories from this past year; their love and glee was so contagious, I couldn’t wipe the smile off my own face. Take a look at the photos from that evening, and I guarantee they’ll have you smiling too:

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If you are planning on proposing to your girlfriend in the Alpine Meadow at Manning Provincial Park or any other mountaintop location in British Columbia and would like it photographed I’d love to hear from you! Please use the contact form at the top of the page or email me directly at mf@mathiasfastphotography.com. Additionally, I am currently booking local and destination weddings for 2018 and 2019.

 

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