what's up friends! I'm Meg!

I'm Meg Bradyhouse, formerly known as Meg Courtney, and I specialize in photographing enchanted elopements, and live for sunsets where specks in the air light up like pixie dust. I book one-way tickets when I travel and am a small town farm girl from Alberta Canada just living the dream in Kauai! Thank you so much for being here and hope to talk with you soon!

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Hey guys! Megan here, assistant for Bradyhouse Photographers! We’re excited for you to hear from Madeline and Colson, clients of ours who honeymooned on Kaua’i and spent the day with our awesome lead photographer, Micah! In this post, Madeline shares their favorite parts of the day, along with honeymoon tips for those of you considering […]

Over 5 years ago, these two were in the bridal party of another beautiful wedding I photographed in Calgary and after a few drinks and shutting down the wedding with them our paths kept crossing. We met up a few months later randomly while both on vacation on Kauai, we adventured the island and had […]

Hi guys! This is Megan (not to be confused with the usual voice around here, Meg), assistant for the Bradyhouse Photographers team! I get the pleasure of communicating with our amazing clients helping them plan out the perfect day and making sure all details are set in place before their Elopement. We’re starting a new […]

Loved chasing the sunset with these two to celebrate their anniversary a few weeks ago! Every couple has such a unique story and so much has changed for these two since their wedding. What a gift to be able to give them updated photographs for them to display in their home so they can look […]

“I promise you a love that feels free…I choose you today, and every other day, as long as we both shall live” – Cherish and Mark – Watch the highlight film below for Cherish and Mark! These two are like a fairytale and they had Peter create this film from their day so they could […]

The sun was hot and you could feel the cold mist off the falls. Karma had said she wanted to stay “somewhat dry” until the end of the day so we shot around the falls and joked what a blessing it would be to stand under the stream. When we were done, Weston walked over […]

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