Winter Weddings in the Rockies3 Reasons to Celebrate Winter Weddings in the Rockies

Posted by Blush Magazine Posted on January 31, 2018

We are so fortunate to have one of the world’s most spectacular settings right in our backyard—the Rocky Mountains. While the Rockies are gorgeous any time of year, winter is undoubtedly when they’re at their breathtaking best. Cozy up to your love and say “I do” to a wedding in your own winter wonderland.

1. Picture-Perfect Views (Carey Nash Photography)

Sparkling white snow, dramatic mountain peaks, and an indescribable stillness—the Rockies in the winter are a photographer’s dream and the perfect setting to capture the intimate moments after the vows. Plus, because most tourists prefer to explore in the summer, you’ll have the best locations all to yourself.

2. Rustic Venues (Barbara Rahal Photography)

Warm up with a cozy reception in a charming mountain lodge! Surrounded by nine acres of forest, Buffalo Mountain Lodge on Tunnel Mountain feels completely secluded yet is within walking distance of downtown Banff. The upper level of the Wapiti Longhouse boasts a high-beamed ceiling and a large stone fireplace, while the main-floor wine cellar is ideal for cocktail hour.

Originally built as a teahouse in 1923, Deer Lodge in Lake Louise retains much of its original hand-hewn log structure and décor. You can even book the whole lodge and all 71 guest rooms for a private mountain getaway for you and your guests.

If you’re looking for something even more intimate, you can rent your own island. Emerald Lake Lodge features three rooms that can hold weddings for up to 88 people or 150 when you rent the place just for yourselves.

3. Endless Adventure (Orange Girl Photos)

 There truly is something for everyone in the Rockies! Thrill-seekers can hit the slopes, ride high in a gondola, or take a fast-paced tour led by a team of huskies. Those who like to set their own pace can explore the region on cross-country skis or snowshoes. Even those averse to the cold can stay in and cuddle by the fireplace, relax in a hot tub, or bundle up together on a romantic sleigh ride.

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Snowy Jasper ShootStyled Shoot: Snowy Jasper Shoot

Posted by Blush Magazine Posted on November 1, 2017

We’ve been holding onto this styled shoot for quite some time now and are so thrilled we can share it with you all today. It’s the most perfect way to transition to next month’s season – although we are writing from Alberta and winter already arrived! This shoot was inspired by snow and shot in Jasper, Alberta. Be sure to check out all the local companies that made this happen (below the images). Enjoy!


Winter Elegance: Something Cold & Something BlueStyled Shoot: Winter Elegance

Posted by Blush Magazine Posted on December 11, 2016

Sure, Alberta winters can be tough, but this winter photo shoot is proof they can also be breathtakingly beautiful. Brought to us by Sandra Bettina Weddings & Events, it channels winter elegance while including something old, something new, something cold and something blue.

With a light winter colour palette, festive individual pies and cedar trees- it will leave you appreciating the beauty of winter. 


Rustic Glam Winter WeddingStyled Wedding Shoot: Rustic Glam Winter Wedding

Posted by Blush Magazine Posted on March 24, 2016

This winter wedding styled shoot designed and captured by Silver Nest Photography makes us want to cozy up next to the fireplace – even at the end of March! Shoots like this always remind us of how fantastic winter celebrations can be. Enjoy!