It was super important for them that their friends and family could all be there from around BC. A Red Mountain Resort wedding made perfect sense–everyone can stay there! With everyone together, the party was sure to be epic.
Red Mountain Resort Wedding
The girls and guys both got ready at Slalom Creek. It’s five minute walk from their ceremony site at the main lodge. Shane and Lisa did not want to see each other until she was walking down the aisle. Shane stood with his back to the aisle until Lisa was there with her dad. Shane is not one to cry, but he had a hard time holding back tears when he saw her. I think we all did.
Red Mountain Resort weddings also make portrait time super easy. We walked about 100 metres from the ceremony and voila, a perfect meadow for photos. Wedding party photos do not need to take up much time in your day, especially if the venue is near trees or a meadow. After the wedding party photos, we left for a few portraits before dinner. It took less than 90 minutes. Just enough time for people to get primed for the reception.
As you’ll see from their dance floor photos, it was off the hook! Wedding reception photos are probably my favourite part of the night. Everyone forgets about the photographer, and people interact with one another naturally. My main goal in photographing a wedding is to document the personal relationships between you and your guests. I also want to give you images that describe how your guests felt that day, and to show their personalities. And the dance floor is where that happens!
Contact me for your Red Mountain Resort Wedding
There’s still time to plan a 2019 wedding. If you need any help at all, please reach out. I’ve photographed hundreds of weddings and have witnessed really amazing ideas. If you want meaningful, natural and fun wedding photography, I have a few dates left in later fall 2019. Reach me via my contact page on my website.
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