Featured Kingston Wedding Elopement Photographers

Planning for a small marriage ceremony in Kingston? The best Kingston wedding and elopement photographers are members of the Wedding Photojournalist Association. Search this site for links to award-winning, documentary-style wedding images, links to venues, and view photographers by region to find info on their rates and packages.

Page Last Updated November 29th, 2022

BW bride and groom at the Rosemount Inn of Kingston, Ontario - Photography by Viara Mileva
Elopement and Wedding Photographer: Viara Mileva, Kingston, Canada

Rosemount Inn, Kingston, Ontario

The ceremony took place in the intimate parlor at the historic Rosemount Inn in Kingston. The small space created a private and romantic atmosphere for the ceremony, which was witnessed by a handful of guests — some of whom actually watched from outside on the lawn.

After enduring the many ebbs and flows of the pandemic, Danielle and Zach were thrilled to finally elope at the elegant Rosemount Inn in downtown...

Wedding image from an outdoor ceremony under the tree at Hidden Meadows of Tamworth, Ontario, Canada
Elopement and Wedding Photographer: Viara Mileva, Kingston, Canada

Hidden Meadows - Tamworth, Ontario, Canada

The bride and groom take their vows underneath the shade of a sprawling tree, as their guests look on during the ceremony.

Kelly and Ben not only became husband and wife on their wedding day, but they also created a blended family. They hosted an intimate outdoor ceremony at Hidden Meadows in Tamworth, Ontario in order to celebrate this next chapter of their lives with their closest family members and friends.

Guests are Social Distance dancing at this Ontario, Canada Backyard wedding event - Image by Viara Mileva
Elopement and Wedding Photographer: Viara Mileva, Kingston, Canada

Verona, Ontario, Canada Backyard

Slow dance in the backyard, while social distancing (with their family).

Kathleen and JP wanted to get married downtown, in a big venue, with lots of guests. But this year threw a wrench in those plans.

Instead, they hosted only close family members at their family home, on the waterfront. The ceremony and small gathering ended up being the most magical elopement: better than Kathleen could have imagined.

Without the stress of coordinating a large guest list, they were free...