Peyto Lake Wedding Photographer and Banff Springs Hotel
There are quite a few iconic, postcard-worthy views in Banff National Park. Lake Louise, Johnston Canyon, Moraine Lake, Bow Lake, and kilometres and kilometres of Highway 93 to mention just a few. For the adventurous bride and groom trying to plan their dream wedding in Banff National Park, it can a bit hard to choose just one place. The other thing that can be an issue is that it’s a big park and logistically it can be tricky to plan a photo shoot at some of these locations while still having a wedding schedule in Banff to follow.
My first conversation with Mike was awesome. He was looking for a Banff Wedding Photographer who was willing to work with his “crazy idea”. Mike and Lee-Anne wanted to have a small, but traditional wedding at the Fairmont Banff Springs, but were in love with the viewpoint high above Peyto Lake. Even if you have never been to the Peyto Lake viewpoint, chances are you have seen the lake on tv or social media, it’s vibrant blue color looks almost fake.
Many thanks to Lynn Fletcher (Lynn Fletcher Weddings) and her years of experience for being able to “massage” the wedding schedule and allow for a 3-hour gap. Thanks Lynn!
We started the day off with a reveal underneath Cascade Falls and then carried on to Peyto Lake.
Peyto Lake on a perfect day. With a view and couple like this it’s really hard forcing yourself to leave and stay on schedule.
We also stopped at Bow Lake, which is equally as impressive as Peyto.
Lynn helping Lee-Anne with her veil a few moments before the ceremony.
The Ketubah signing.
Ceremony decor by https://www.lynnfletcherweddings.com/
The bride ready to go.
Reception decor by https://www.lynnfletcherweddings.com/