Caitlin & Justin Kicking Horse Mountain

Caitlin and Justins spring wedding at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort had many stunning moments with a taste of winter. Often visiting the area from Alberta to go sledding and skiing these two have a great appreciation for all things ‘mountain’. Including the unpredictable weather. When the Bridal party traveled from their chalet, where the sun was shining and the snow was melting, and went up the Gondola, it was winter. Before everyone could be seated on the patio for the ceremony the chairs had to be cleared of snow yet when Caitlin stepped out of the Eagle Eye Restaurant the clouds began to lift and expose the surrounding mountains. There was even a patch of blue sky during their vows. The unpredictable nature of the mountains is why this adventurous couple chose to get married here. After the 5:30 ceremony Champagne was handed out to all the guests where they immediately took it inside by the cozy fire to toast the happy couple. We captured a few family portraits in front of the beautiful fireplace inside as a spring squall made its way over the mountains. It was between the serving of the salad and the main that we finally got a break in the storm. So I gathered Caitlin and Justin and the wedding party for some portraits on the patio before we lost all light and the view. The evening proceeded with more amazing food , tear jerking speeches and witty banter. The Eagle Eye is a very intimate venue and the staff will literally give their shirt off their backs if you need it ( which did happen as one of the groomsmen suits was forgotten). By the time I left the party was ramping up and the stars were poking outing I had a lovely view of Goldens lights from the Gondola ride down.

Lovely Vendors

Venue ~ Eagle Eye Restaurant @ Kicking Horse Mountain Resort Make-up ~ @makeup_Loloanne Hair ~ @hairvixon_glambox Cake ~ @makeup_Loloanne

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