All parts of Dustin and Vicki's wedding day were pretty great, from the ceremony in the meadow at Heather Mountain Lodge to the photobooth antics (provided by SnapShot). But a real highlight, pun intended, was the heli excursion into the surrounding mountains. Alpine Helicopters took this wedding shoot to new heights.
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I wrapped up last weekend feeling so full. Full of good feelings for good friends, friends that are so clearly and deeply in love. The high has lasted all week. Andy and Laura and their amazing community of friends and family celebrated at Heather Mountain Lodge with big views, misty skies, mojitos, lawn games, great food, and a packed dance floor. It was just what a wedding should be, fully and completely celebratory and fun. I'm partial, of course, but I thought it rocked. So happy for you, Andy and Laura. Yes.
The delicious cake was made by our very talented friend Billie from Crust&Crumb. Laura crafted the toppers.
My weekend also happily involved plenty of time on the dance floor with some of my favorite rug-cutters. No photographic evidence, which we all know is perhaps best. Thanks for the wicked good time guys.
What better start to a romance than mutual involvement in the Public Health Agency of Canada, eh? Marc and Lindsay's story has just such a beginning, and the tale, when told over a couple of beverages by the pair together, is full of comedy, suspense, adventure, and at least one near-miss. These two now live and work together in the far northern city of Iqaluit, Nunavut. I had to pull up a map just to get a grasp of how far they'd be coming to get married at Heather Mountain Lodge. Check it out. A = Iqaluit. B = Golden. Whoa.
The weather was exceptional for the wedding at this stunning little lodge along the Trans-Canada in Rogers Pass. Family and friends had come from all over to celebrate, play lawn games, lounge in front of the mountain views, and generally enjoy one another. And enjoy the fine food crafted by HML's chef, Dan Bracko. It was a classic summer wedding in the mountains, with all the right touches. And with a few northern touches as well, including an inukshuk built during the ceremony. Loved it.