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Nicole + Jason // Bear and Bison Inn Wedding



Nicole and Jason got married in the beautiful garden at the Bear and Bison Inn, in Canmore Alberta. Despite the rain, it was an amazing day! They even say that rain on your wedding day is good luck – symbolizing new beginnings and cleansing. ♥︎ So there ya go. ;)

After the beautiful ceremony, we headed out to Quarry Lake Park for some bride and groom portraits and a little more dancing in the rain. The evening ended in the Bear and Bison Inn with some great food and tons of laughs! You know the speeches were good when even your photographers are laughing behind the camera! haha Oh and we also snuck out again at sunset for some quick portraits at the Engine Bridge just a few minutes away. That sunset sky was well worth it, if I may so say myself.


A huge thanks to all the vendors who made this day come to life and to Nicole and Jason for having me be apart of their special day.

Venue and Catering: A Bear and Bison Inn

Hair and Makeup: Lilies and Lace

Gown: Allure Bridals

Groom’s Wear: Indochino

Officiant: Dr. Cheryl Cooper

My second shooter: Shalene Dawn


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