The Cedar House Restaurant and Chalets was the host to Lindsey and Terrys beautiful wedding. A slightly hazy day from forest fires muted the Purcell mountains in the back ground but did not extinguish the enthusiasm of this lovely couple. Terry made his unforgettable entrance to the ceremony site on one of his other loves, his bike. Lindsey was preceded down the isle by the couples two puppies who were very excited to be apart of their peoples day. Lindsey having lost her father a few years ago was escorted down the isle by her mother, who proudly gave her daughter away as tears welled in her eyes. Terrys heart was melting and he could not resist wrapping his arms around his wife ‘to be’ to comfort her. It was a very sweet ceremony in the heat of the day where their guests were treated to awe inspiring view of the Columbia River Valley.
Terry often comes to Golden to ride one of his favourite trails is off of Mt.7. Lindsey who has never been to the top of Mt.7 and has heard so many stories from Terry, wanted to see it for herself. She planned a few hours in the day for us to take the trip and capture mountain top portraits. A breathtaking, daunting view for everyone. We did have to maneuver around the many flyers lined up to take off to the launch, which was pretty exciting to watch as well. It was wonderful for Terry to share this location with Lindsey and from what I could tell not miss his bike at all, just truly be there with his wife.
We journeyed back to the Cedar House Restaurant in time for cocktails being served on the patio. The table was set and decorated with locally made flower arrangements. A dinner buffet that smelled amazing was being set up as well. I parted at this time and I am sure the guests had an amazing time staying and playing at the Cedar House Chalets.
Hair by Ashley
Make up was done by the very talented Lo Lo Anne
Cake made by Loretta Perry (she did the make up as well)
Flowers by Alison MacIsaac