Settlement Building Wedding | Vancouver

When all said and done, Anna and Scott’s Settlement Building wedding was one for the books. They planned a low key wedding day at the Settlement Building in downtown Vancouver. I found their wedding to be one that was so easy to shoot. Anna and Scott have such go-with-the-flow personalities

Firstly, Anna and Scott both got ready for the day at their house in Vancouver. The were joined by their closest friends and family. When it came time for them to get dressed, they moved to different parts of the house. Afterward, they had their first look in the backyard, while their friends and families watched from the house.


Subsequently, their wedding ceremony was held in the Settlement Building event space. It incorporated elements of a Persian wedding to honour Anna’s family heritage. Unmarried Friends and family members of the bride held a canopy over the couple’s head. Meanwhile, happily married members of the family take turns grinding two sugar cones together. The sugar granules fall into the canopy, symbolically showering the couple in sweetness.


Next on the agenda was a relaxed dinner at the Vancouver Urban Winery. After that, the dinner was followed by an epic dance party back at the settlement building wedding event space. Anna and Scott’s reception was complemented by a stunning neon sign made by Steveston Creative.


Day of Coordinator: Tori at Smitten Events

DJ: Man About Town

Videographer: FYA Media House

Florist: Our Little Flower Company

Rentals: A&B Party Time

Decor: Cahoots Creative

Venue: The Settlement Building

Neon Sign: Steveston Creative

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Erin Fraser is a Vancouver wedding photography company based in British Columbia. Photographing weddings, engagements, families, maternity, and newborn sessions in the local areas of Vancouver and the Fraser Valley in British Columbia. Also provides photography services for weddings across the U.S and within Canada. Specializing in capturing edgy portraits and unique perspectives to create raw emotional wedding photography.

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