McKayla, Paul & their friends and family traveled to Canmore in February for their A Bear and Bison Inn wedding. We started the day getting ready at A Bear and Bison Inn, Paul and the guts were upstairs and McKayla and the girls were downstairs. Once everyone was ready, Mckayla and Paul met up outside for their first look. I love when couples choose to see each other for the first time before the ceremony where they can actually stop and enjoy the moment. Now that they have seen each other, we packed up and headed up the mountain to Whiteman’s Pond for their wedding party photos. It was beautiful up there, but it was so windy it quickly froze everyone! We forged onward though and got some great photos before heading back toward town where it was a whole lot warmer. McKayla & Paul were having a sunset ceremony for their A Bear and Bison Inn wedding, so we went back to let them warm up a little. There was hot chocolate and the fire pit was burning but it was still chilly. Luckily I pack a whole bunch of blankets in my SUV so I wrapped up a few of the guests to keep them warm for the ceremony. Following the ceremony they had a casual standup reception and the food was lovely! Here’s some of my favourite photos from Mckayla & Paul’s A Bear and Bison Inn wedding!
Want to see some more winter weddings? Check out this Winter wedding in Emerald Lake! Or this Winter elopement at Lake Louise! Or this Canmore winter wedding at Creekside Villa!
Soheel, 2016 Groom