Foggy mountain elopement in Whitehorse, Yukon

      Nicole and Alan’s post-wedding adventure session was an absolute dream. Not only was it spectacular from a photography point-of-view, but spending time with these gorgeous, down to earth, people was such a joy. We road tripped from their home town of Whitehorse in the Yukon Territories to a small gold mining town in British Columbia called Atlin where Alan spent his childhood. Throughout the day we encountered bears, beavers and even a moose! Ending the day back in Whitehorse to drink searingly hot jalepeño cocktails at the bar Nicole and Alan first met.

      Yukon wedding photography by Tea & Oranges.
      Nicole and Alan's adventure wedding in Whitehorse, Yukon
      Nicole and Alan's wedding, photo by Ella Mack of Tea & Oranges
      Bride and groom in fireweed flowers, Whitehorse, Yukon
      Nicole and Alan's wedding in Whitehorse
      Fireweed flowers, Yukon wedding photography
      Bride and Groom in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory
      Bride and Groom, Atlin, BC
      Lake view, Atlin BC.
      Nicole and Alan's adventure photo session, Atlin BC
      Wedding photography, Atlin, British Columbia
      Bridal photography, light aircraft, British Columbia
      Nicole and Alan's adventure elopement photo session
      Alan Lebedoff, Atlin, BC
      wedding photography in front of quaint church in Atlin, BC
      The grotto, Atlin BC
      Mountain views with Nicole and Alan on their wedding
      Bride and groom amongst the wild flowers
      Searching for wildlife with Nicole and Alan. Atlin, British Columbia
      Bridal gown in nature. Atlin, BC
      Lake views with bride and groom
      Nicole and Alan Lebedoff's wedding
      Wedding photography in Atlin, BC
      Mining shack wedding photography
      Bride and groom's adventure session by wedding photographer Tea & Oranges
      Aventure photo session with Nicole and Alan
      Wedding photography in historic mining town, Atlin, BC.
      Dirty boots and messy hair, wedding photography by Tea & Oranges
      Wedding Photography in historic mining town, Atlin, BC

      Thanks for taking the time to read this blog post. For more of our wedding photography, you can follow along on Instagram. For similar articles, check out these posts: Laura + Emmanouel’s Old Port Wedding in MontrealRebecca + Marcelo’s Elegant Wedding in Quebec’s Eastern Townships.


      What is an Adventure Session?

      The beauty of an adventure session is that it can be anything you want it to be.

      As a lover of travel, I shoot in spectacular destinations. An adventure session allows me to really take advantage of these locations and focus solely on you and your love.

      It can take place in the days leading up to your wedding or following it. We can go exploring together, without the time constraints of a traditional wedding.

      Friends and family often travel from near and far for your wedding day to celebrate with you. Having an adventure session allows you to optimise your time with your wedding guests, without rushing those beautiful, intimate photos of just you and your love.

      Roll up your wedding dress, pop it in your hiking pack and let’s do this!

      Waterfall, Atlin, British Columbia.

      About the photographer

      Ella is a Montreal based wedding and elopement photographer. She is passionate about travel. To follow along on her adventures, you can view her personal website and Instagram. This year Ella is lucky enough to be photographing weddings in Montreal, QC, Perth, Western Australia and Whitehorse, Yukon Territory.

      Tea & Oranges is currently booking our 2020 and 2021 wedding photography and videography season. If you’re engaged and looking for a fun-loving and down to earth team to capture your special day, feel free to contact us at We’re based primarily in Montreal, Quebec and during the Australian summer months in Perth, Western Australia but we shoot worldwide.