It's been a wild March, full of blasting storms and deep snow. For mountain enthusiasts like George and Ashley, this was a good thing on the whole, even if it meant that their winter wedding was an extra white one. They lit the top of Kicking Horse up with their big love.
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I can think of few tests of a relationship as viable as flying a plane together. If you can do that, and come out smiling, my bet is that you're a pretty good match. This is how Nick and Caline met, and their relationship is still soaring. They touched down at Eagle's Eye, high above Kicking Horse for a wedding that felt like it happened on top of the world.
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I'm a huge fan of the backyard wedding, when people choose their own special space as the place for their vows. It's extra special when those two people in front of my lens are dear friends of mine. Such was the case when Billie and Larry said really nice things to one another, in front of their closest, and beside their sweet daughter, Nova. It was a wonderful thing.
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This one was a real treat . . . a tiny wedding in a beautiful backyard in Nicholson, a pristine refurbished Model A vintage car, the cutest little ringbearing flower girl excited to see her parents wed, and some stunning locations. Tony and Diana did it up right.
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Brad and Lisa put together a raucous good time kind of a wedding, with big trucks and bigger smiles, with family from Oz and from right here, with sunshine and a few drops of rain too. It was good times.
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I love the last minute elopement email, one that comes zinging into my inbox a few short days before two people plan to make it official. So when just such an email came in from Sheena and Aaron, I jumped at the chance to document some mountaintop love. We rallied up to the top of Mount 7 with their wee daughter, the JP, and a couple close friends as witnesses. These ones always feel extra special to me. A privilege to be a part of it.