Dianne & Trevor really wanted to find a venue where they could invite their families to come spend their wedding week-end with them in the mountains. Camp Chief Hector was the perfect private rustic wedding venue to reflect their love of the outdoors. Loved ones were able to stay together in the Forest House, Trevor brought his camper and others were excited to stay in a tipi in the woods. The outdoor amphitheatre was a stunning outdoor ceremony spot for Dianne & Trevor to say I do surrounded by towering trees. The day before their wedding day it snowed a LOT in Canmore so we weren't sure they were going to be able to get the outdoor ceremony they had planned on but then the next day the sun shone brightly and they were given the outdoor ceremony they had dreamed of. It was beautiful! After they said I do we hiked around Camp Chief Hector to take photos by the water and in the meadow wandering along tree lined pathways with their sweet dog Mocha by our sides.

Stunning florals by Lyn of Flower Artistry framed the couple during their ceremony.

Dianne and Trevor really prioritized their guests enjoyment and comfort including this basket of sunscreen and OFF for their outdoor ceremony. Such a thoughtful detail.

Emma and the team from Lynn Fletcher Weddings did an amazing job setting everything up and keeping everyone organized so that Dianne and Trevor could just enjoy time with their loved ones and each other.

Trevor the groom made these cupcake stands! Kake by Darci filled the cupcake stands with the most incredible delicious cupcakes. The chocolate cupcake had a pool of caramel sauce perfectly framed in the icing. They also chose a lemon cupcake with blueberry icing that was getting rave reviews.

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Hello my name is Kirstie and I am a wedding photographer who specializes in photographing weddings & elopements in Banff, Canmore, Lake Louise & Emerald Lake. I’ve been photographing mountain weddings since 2004 and feel very lucky to call this place home. I live in Canmore with my husband Kevin and our 2 rescue dogs Leroy & Mabel.

Kirstie