Ottawa Dominion Arboretum Elopement

In-leng and Paul | A summertime Ottawa Dominion Arboretum elopement

If you’re considering an Ottawa Dominium Arboretum elopement, there’s a lot to take inspiration from here! If you’ve never been before, I’d highly encourage you to check it out. The Arboretum is a beautiful green space covering 86 acres of land tucked away in the heart of Ottawa. It’s open to the public, with free access. Many people visit to walk, bike, or picnic. And others, like In-Leng and Paul, come here to get married!

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PHOTO PERMITS

While it’s entirely possible (and legal) to get married here, it’s important to note that photo permits are required for any type of wedding photos, elopement photos, or wedding party photos! Be sure to speak with your local photographer about how to obtain the proper permits. You can also click here for a link with more information on all of this.

the ottawa dominium arboretum elopement

So now to the good part: In-Leng and Paul’s intimate elopement! With only six guests in tow, In-leng and Paul gathered their people on a sunny Sunday afternoon. They chose the perfect day to elope. With not a cloud in the sky, we had the perfect weather for the perfect elopement.

Selecting an area for your ceremony is likely the toughest choice you’ll make here. Luckily for these two, both myself and Keith (from Exceptional Ceremonies) have lots of experience with elopements at the Arboretum. Together, we found the perfect spot, nestled between the trees. 

The ceremony was absolutely spectacular, heartfelt, and intimate. It was everything you would want in an elopement! I’m so grateful to know In-Leng and Paul, and honoured to have been a part of this special day! Scroll down to see some highlights of their elopement.

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8 thoughts on “Blog: Ottawa Dominion Arboretum Elopement (In-leng + Paul)”

  1. Her dress might be one of my most favorite elopement dresses EVER. Wow! Also, I’m totally adding this arboretum to my must sees once international travel is safe again.

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