Michelle and Dan’s Timeless and Romantic Wedding in the Canadian Rockies

Captured & submitted by Nadine McKenney Photography


The Fairmont at Banff Springs located in the Canadian Rocky Mountains brings you back in time. This luxurious castle sitting cliffside is full of cobblestone and chandeliers. This made the perfect setting for Michelle and Dan’s wedding. They wanted an elegant wedding with romance filling the air. Michelle had a unique gown with a train extension and cape for the ceremony. It suited her perfectly. The groom took special interest in the designing and taste of the cake. They wanted a pretty white cake that tastes heavenly. They stuck to a classic white with greenery décor and candles lighting the room. Michelle made her own acrylic menu’s for each guest that matched the table numbers and seating chart. Our favorite details from the décor were the light up dance floor and custom neon sign. Together, it really brought the party alive and looked beautiful with the glow of the room. The wedding day consisted of so many special moments but the cherry on top is the vintage car that was shipped across the country for the Bride and Groom to use for taking photos. Driving around the mountains with the top down of the mint condition convertible was a beautiful experience. One piece of advice we can offer is to breathe. Stay present on the day and just allow yourself to enjoy every second of the day. Hire a professional team that will handle all the details so you don’t have to. Let yourself be a beautiful bride surrounded by her closest friends and family while she says “I do” to the man of her dreams.


Equipment Rentals: Special Event Rentals//Equipment Rentals: Modern Rentals//Makeup Artist: Something Borrowed Beauty//DJ: Pez Productions//Floral Designer:Creative Edge Flowers//Jewelry:Tiffany & Co//Professional: Lynn Fletcher Weddings//Reception Venue: The Fairmont Banff Springs//Photographer: Nadine McKenney Photography//

Submitted via Two Bright Lights

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