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British Columbia

Meet Us in the Mountains

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Ain’t no mountain high enough for newlyweds, Breanne and Matias! The couple’s wintery wedding in Whistler is giving us a serious case of wanderlust. Scents of roses and hydrangeas filled both the ceremony and reception venues as guests dined by romantic candlelight. We’re smitten with all the greenery, white and blush florals that add a fresh and contemporary flair to the classic color scheme. And for all the dog-lovers out there, look at this adorable puppy tuxedo! See more real weddings in our new Fall 2020 issue, out now!


The wedding date was chosen as a nod to the month of love, while the wintery setting of Whistler was perfectly fitting for Breanne’s Icelandic background. From a young age, Breanne had dreamt of a winter wedding so she could wear a treasured fur jacket she inherited from her late grandmother.


It was the bride’s dream to be married against a snowy winter backdrop and Istken Hall in the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre was the closest thing to being outside. The “winter mountain romance” ceremony decor as achieved with an abundance of flowers and candles that captured the warmth and love between Breanne and Matias. Three gold shelving units anchored the altar at the windows while not obstructing the gorgeous sunny winterscape outside.

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Guests were so wowed when they walked into the ballroom that we heard them gasping before we even entered the room.

- Breanne


The reception decor reflected the couple’s desire for “a cozy, romantic candle-lit dinner with their closest friends and family.” An abundance of flowers, greenery, and candles were juxtaposed with velvet table linens and grey taffeta drapery panels that were woven through the wooden ceiling panels. Three twinkling chandeliers (the bride’s must-have!) provided serious sparkle factor. Warm white light boxes were placed around the perimeter of the room casting a soft, cozy glow.

The cake was baked by one of Breanne’s close friends, who bakes cakes as a hobby and for special occasions. The three-tier “naked design” with vanilla buttercream icing was decorated with vintage ivory lace and an abundance of florals.


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