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When James and I first moved to Fort Nelson, we really didn’t know what we were getting ourselves into. We arrived in a UHaul with our car hitched to the back, hoping for the best. I was fully anticipating hibernating in the winter and keeping myself occupied with books and sewing; waiting for the day that we could leave. We had never thought that there would be so many other couples, just like us, who had moved up North for work. Over the past year, we have made our own little “crew’ who have become like family. We do weekly dinners and games, we help each other move, we call each other in the middle of the night if our trucks are stuck in the mud (and then help the next day to dig it out), we drive over at any hour to unlock doors when we’ve locked ourselves out, we take care of each other’s animals, we make the effort to meet each other’s [real] families, and we are simply there for each other when needed. We would not survive in Fort Nelson without them.

Cory and Wallace were one of the first people to welcome us into Fort Nelson. We shared the love for dogs and we bonded over walks and talking about photography. Wallace is a northern light chaser and creates wonderful images of the lights.

A year doesn’t seem very long to know somebody, but living in the North brings you closer. Our little Northern crew is going get a bit smaller when these two start their move down South at the end of the month. We will miss them, and we wish them all the best as they start a new chapter. I’m glad we were finally able to get a photo of the two of you.

 

  • Keri LaRocque

    Amazing photos of an amazing couple by an amazing photographer!ReplyCancel

  • Dasha P

    I love how in love you are! Gorgeous pictures.ReplyCancel

  • Brenda Bouvette Enax

    Beautiful photos! And yes……I am happy for both of them….I wish them nothing but the best!! They will be missed! :)ReplyCancel

Kaylana and Keith have been best friends since high school and have two beautiful girls together. Their fairy tale wedding day was filled with everything that glittered, including her elegant tiara. They were married at the Fort Nelson Community Hall.

We have never been to a ceremony in the dark and it was an intimate and unique experience. The aisle was lit by candles that lead up to a spotlit area highlighting the happy couple. String lights hung from the ceiling and the backdrop, making it feel like you were stepping into a grand ballroom made just for them. Later, they would celebrate their first dance with an impressively choreographed routine under the sparkling lights.

It is becoming more common for couples to have their weddings in the fall and I must admit, I love it! The golden fall colours make photos that much more magical.

Enjoy this sneak peek of photos of Mr. and Mrs. Mackay.

Hair Studio: Northern Rockies Hair Design 

Decoration and Flowers: Final Touch Event Planning and Decor

Kiera and Adlin became Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard on July 25th 2015. It was a day of sunshine and light showers, but that didn’t stop them from having a beautifully intimate outdoor ceremony just outside of the town of Fort Nelson, BC. Kiera and Adlin were surprisingly relaxed for such an important day; they let us lead them un-rushed all through the Fort Nelson Heritage Museum with nothing but smiles and an air of contentment.

The wedding theme had a bold red accent colour that caught the eye at every location. Whimsy’s Flowers and Gifts did an amazing job creating the gorgeous red bouquets and To Dye For Hair Studio worked their magic in the morning with the matching side up-do’s. Everything went off without a hitch…except for the actual hitch that is (ha ha), and it was such a pleasure for us to photograph their wedding.

Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard!

  • Kerry Lyn Gallup

    Beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Paul William Frank Rose

    This has got to be one of the most beautiful weddings I have ever seen! Congratulations!!!ReplyCancel

It has taken me many attempts and many days to write a blog post about this stunning Kamloops wedding. There are so many wonderful things I wanted to tell you, that I had a hard time finding where to start.

I began making bullet points of what I wanted to talk about, trying to think of ways to tell a story of the day. But then I decided that instead of describing everything and stalling this post even longer, why not share exactly what I wrote down?

Here are the things we loved about Jacquie and Reily’s wedding:

  • The flowers totally matching the dresses
  • Jacquie’s lace pumps!
  • Her bracelet
  • How much the bridesmaids laughed – Hair & Make Up by Get Polished
  • Reily’s reaction when seeing his bride at their “First Look”
  • The location! – Tobiano Golf Course
  • James’ picture moment idea of the groom tossing the bouquet – too cute
  • How calm and cool they were throughout the whole day, including taking pictures in 35 degree heat with no shade, while roaming around the course in a golf cart
  • The first kiss dip
  • Reactions of all of the guests and bridal party to the speeches and embarrassing stories
  • The sunset golden hour photo opportunity
  • How lucky we were to have been able to photograph this wedding in Kamloops, BC

Congratulations Jacquie and Reily!

We will see you back up here in Fort Nelson soon.

  • Tracy Rondeau

    Absolutely beautiful!!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Patricia Biblow

    Wow!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Kim Tofsrud- Mellroy

    Amazing!ReplyCancel

  • Trudy Krysta

    Absolutely beautiful you make me like Yellow!ReplyCancel

  • Nancy Smart-Giesbrecht

    Stunning. Looks like an amazing day to remember for a lifetime.ReplyCancel

  • Kathy Lauriente-Bonner

    Absolutely gorgeous… Well done!ReplyCancel

  • Kayla Biblow

    Beautiful pics!ReplyCancel

  • Julie Pattison-Bowser

    Oh my gosh, these are beautiful! What a wonderful day! Congratulations.ReplyCancel

  • Catrina Ertel

    Absolutely beautiful! Congratulations!ReplyCancel

  • Deb Nelson

    Stunning! Beautiful pictures, beautiful family <3ReplyCancel

  • Shina Dubielew

    Awesome Pictures :)ReplyCancel

This beautiful beach themed wedding was a great season starter for us and we had a lot of fun capturing the day.  The women of the bridal party began bright and early at To Dye For Hair Studio for the fun but arduous process of perfect bridal hair, which looked easy when done by the talented Michelle Locke and her apprentice Brittney. The men worked hard at the ceremony site making the final preparations before they retired to the house to prepare for the big day. Jamie and Ryan held their ceremony on their own acreage which was a perfect spot to gather the families and guests.

They had invited us to their house the night before the wedding, to go through the rehearsal of the ceremony so we knew exactly what was going to take place and where. We had also photographed their engagement session about 6 weeks before the wedding, and if you haven’t seen that blog post, click here.

Understanding their plans with a visual representation helped us take my favourite image of the wedding – the beach ball confetti! The entire wedding day (including the reception) had a fun tropical beach theme made possible by Final Touch Event Planning. It included bright colours, beach balls, leis, a sand aisle, and yes, tiki torches. The reception even included an adorable photo booth with a beach sunset poster as the background. Guests were encouraged to stick their polaroid onto a large board used as a photo guest book. An amazing buffet dinner was cooked by friends and family, and delicious cupcakes were given out for the wedding cake. We were even able to indulge my guilty pleasure at the candy bar at the back. Thanks for the memories, the beautiful pictures, and the belly ache that comes from too much delicious candy.

Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Williams!

Decor: Final Touch Event Planning

Hair: To Dye For Hair Studio & Colour Bar

Makeup: Carrie Hawryluk

Location: Fort Nelson Recreation Centre

 

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