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Friday, January 30, 2015

Banff Ski Hill Wedding Photographer - Sarah & Alan, Lake Louise

Alan & Sarah came all the way from the UK
 to Elope in Banff


They chose to get married on Lake Louise Ski Hill
with a snowboard wedding!



Our Bride Sarah was a pretty talented snowboarder
and certainly not afraid of taking some air.  We were impressed!



  


Before we left Banff that morning, we captured a few portraits with our local "castle".



Sarah looked beautiful!


Everyone was thrilled to see the Bride & Groom on the ski hill - especially the "lifties".


Sarah's fresh rose bouquet with diamante details was hand tied by
Forget Me Not flowers



At the top of the gondola, the staff already had a message waiting for the couple.


Mount Temple looked particularly awesome with the low laying cloud across the valley.



Local marriage commissioner Rob performed a beautiful
ceremony at the "Top of the World"






Sarah & Alan's custom designed rings had a message engraved inside. 


Part of the message started in Sarah's ring and the
 rest of the sentence was completed in Alan's ring.  Very cool!





Banff Wedding Planners Sharon & Claire witnessed this wonderful occasion.



Congratulations!





Sarah's snowboard (a gift from Alan) had a beautiful mountain design on the front - perfect!




Check out that incredible scenery!


 



Snowboard weddings are Simply Fun!







Sarah and Alan had an extensive honeymoon planned.
They visited 3 other ski areas on their tour of the Canadian Rockies in Alberta and B.C.





At the top of the  last slope down the Wiwaxy run
there is a beautiful view of the log timber Lodge of the Ten Peaks.




Love this shot!



 
Congratulations Alan & Sarah!  Thanks for choosing to be married in the Rockies.
Keep on Snowboarding.
 
Photographs by: Malcolm Carmichael - Alpine Peak Photography
Banff, Alberta, Canada.
 
 

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