Heather and Calvin’s Summer Cochrane Ranchehouse Wedding
Last summer was the rainiest we’ve seen in the last 10 years. It seemed to rain almost every single afternoon. On really bad days, it would hail. On on hand, it made for the most amazing sunsets on those days. On the other, it was a bit of a bummer. This Cochrane Ranchehouse wedding was the one exception, the sun didn’t stop shining all day long.
Christine and Paul’s Epically Beautiful Peyto Lake Wedding
As far as ceremony locations go, Christine and Paul’s Peyto Lake wedding is pretty much as epic as they get. There’s nothing that beats the grand mountain vistas of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. It’s a short walk through the forest to get to this Peyto Lake wedding spot, believe it or not. A glorious 12 minute stroll through the trees. And then there it is. The vista opens up in front of you. It feel like nature invited you a private showing of nature’s greatest gifts to mankind. On a clear day you can see for miles. We can’t think of a more breathtaking spot to celebrate your first day of marriage can you?
Why Your Wedding is not The Best Day of Your Life
Weddings are wonderful. They truly are. It is a rare occasion that brings two families together in celebration. This day is a right of passage and it’s tradition to mark your commitment with beautiful food, good conversation and a party. When it comes down to it though, we have to remember one thing. A wedding day should be about celebrating the beginning of a marriage. After all, a wedding day is the first day in a lifetime of many firsts. The first day in a succession of good days, bad days and all the days in between. That’s why your wedding is not the best day of your life. In our opinion, your marriage will be the catalyst to many “best days” that are yet to come. And that, my friends, is worth celebrating.