A newly engaged couple took one step closer to their marriage with a photo shoot among carefully preserved, ancient relics of an otherworldly era, displayed at Beaty Biodiversity Museum at University of British Columbia. Alexandra Hunt Photography made sure to feature the main exhibit, Canada’s largest blue whale skeleton, which was the perfect backdrop to highlight the couple’s quirky personality. This offbeat site for an engagement photo shoot was also in step with the groom-to-be’s background as a direct descendent of famous viking explorer, Leif Eriksson! Engagement and marriage were a new adventure for the couple, and where is there a better place to tap into your trailblazing instincts than to take a stroll through displays filled with innovation and inspiring discoveries? And of course, the exhibits took the latest trend of vintage style to a whole new level!
And speaking of trends, this innovative couple created some DIY props for the outdoors portion of the engagement photo shoot. Not only did they have a great time tapping into their creative juices while making these whimsical (and impressive) mustaches, but it was also an easy way to add a simple touch of personalization!
But Alexandra Hunt Photography also made sure to capture the couple’s romantic and intimate sides in this fresh summertime garden. The happy engagement photo shoot simply would not be complete without lots of hugs and kisses.
Thanks to Alexandra Hunt Photography for the tour through the Beaty Biodiversity Museum and sharing this innovative photo shoot with us!