21 Sep Sea to Sky Gondola wedding: Caroline + Spencer
I’m excited to share Caroline and Spencer’s Sea to Sky Gondola wedding on the blog today! So, remember those hazy August days when our entire province was on fire?
On one of those days Caroline and Spencer got married! They travelled to Squamish all the way from South Carolina together with their family and friends. The two of them visited the Sea to Sky Gondola before while on vacation and they fell in love with the view. Even though the smoke from the fires definitely changed the scenery, they didn’t let it spoil any of the fun!
Caroline walked down the long suspension bridge aisle by herself. Since they didn’t have a first look, this is how Spencer saw her for the first time in her wedding dress. Starting of on an adventurous note right away. 😉
After a short and heartfelt ceremony, we explored the natural environment with these two. They were up for anything (including Caroline hiking in VERY high heels, hehe) and we loved their enthusiasm!
Following the shoot, it was time for the reception (and amazing food) at the Summit Lodge. I love how they put out scarves and fleece blankets for their friends and family to use. How adorable and considerate for your guests is that! After all, you are in the mountains where it can get chilly at night.
Caroline and Spencer, thanks again for having us guys! We feel honoured that you included us in your destination wedding.
PS: Big hug to Shawna from Sweetheart events for making everything run so smoothly. And another big bear hug to officiant Shawn from Young, Hip & Married who makes all his ceremonies so personal and beautiful.
Sea to Sky Gondola wedding slideshow
Sea to Sky Gondola wedding vendors
Wedding planner: Shawna from Sweetheart Events
Venue: Sea to Sky Gondola
Officiant: Shawn from Young, Hip & Married
Makeup artist: Red Carpet Ready by Christina
Florist: A fox in the flowers
Feather bow tie: Brackish Bowties
Bride’s dress: Stella York
Groom’s suit: Men’s wearhouse
Hotel getting ready: Executive Suites Squamish
Wedding pies (that’s right! No cake!): Aphrodite’s Café & Pie shop