Vancouver in the Fall can be a truly beautiful and peaceful place. In local parks and beaches, trees and plants turn a vibrant hue. Public spaces lay empty of the crowds that flood in during summer. The city feels quiet, and weddings are a rarity of sorts. But Natalie and David chose the Fall for their mid-century-inspired vintage-styled wedding and planned it well. Despite the rain on their wedding day, all plans were set for photos indoors at some of the top venues in Vancouver. They started their day at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver. They had their first look there, and portraits on the ballroom floor. We later went down the street to the iconic Marine Building, an Art Deco architectural anomaly within the core of the city. They reserved the indoor space for photos, and we made sure to capture the masterpiece details and soul of this inspiring place. When the rain let up, we spent time outdoors at Jericho Beach, just a short walk away from their wedding venue, Brock House Restaurant. The rest of the evening was spent in celebration of their wedding vows, and the excitement of the evening removed any doubt that a Fall wedding at beach in Vancouver could be anything but remarkable.