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Friday, May 15, 2015

Banff Wedding Photographer - Julie & Stephen at the Buffalo Mountain Lodge.

Julie & Stephen
came to the Canadian Rocky Mountains to Elope in Banff
 


Julie looked fantastic!


 
 

The wedding took place at the Buffalo Mountain Lodge in Banff.





The ladies had a fun time getting ready.



Julie brought lots of beautiful details with her,
which really added a personal touch to their special day.







Something "blue" -  a simple button neatly sewn into the hem of her petticoat.  Perfect.
 


Julie and the ladies had their hair styled and
professional make up applications at The Hair Co.












Some of Julie & Stephens immediate family were able to join us in Banff for the marriage ceremony, but for those who were unable to make the journey from Ireland,
there was a real time viewing back home -  on the I Pad.  Got to love technology!
 






The ceremony took place in the Strathcona Room at the Buffalo Mountain Lodge.



Local Marriage Commissioner Rob White performed a beautiful wedding ceremony.


The tall ceiling and big windows overlooking the mountains make this a room a
popular choice for intimate wedding ceremonies.




We encourage family members to be included in the wedding with readings and personal messages, it really makes the ceremony even more special and memorable.
 

















Julie & Stephen are originally from Ireland, it was lovely
 to meet their family - they were so much fun !



 
Really admire the dress colors, the ladies looked amazing.
 


Love this shot!











The beautiful fresh flower bouquet was hand crafted by Forget - Me - Not Flowers.


 
Congratulations Julie & Stephen!
 
Thanks for letting us capture and be part of your Wedding Day.
 
Photographs by: Malcolm Carmichael - Alpine Peak Photography, Banff
 
Wedding planner: Sharon Carmichael - Elope in Banff
 
 
 


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