Whistler Wedding Photographer | Private Residence | Kate & Graham Part 2

As promised, part 2 of Kate and Graham’s completely gorgeous wedding. It was such an amazingly fun day and they looked after every single detail so well. Antique furniture mixed with chandeliers, bright popping yellow flowers and candles. A beautiful sunset, a set of twins that kept everyone on their toes and steamy love. Really. What more could you ask for in a day full of happiness, joy and celebration.

All my best to you both Kate and Graham.

How did he propose and what made you say yes? He proposed on a crater in Maui at sunrise. I always wanted to marry somebody like my father. Somebody who is kind, a handy man haha and somebody who would be a wonderful father. Graham is all those things and more.

 How did Whistler become your number one choice of where to tie the knot?  We wanted to get married on Graham’s Aunts property because it is beautiful and it has lots of family history. 

What was your criteria when looking for your dress and how did you know once you found it? I wanted a piece that was fitted and lace. I think you just know when it’s the one.

Describe your design elements and the inspiration behind them. I wanted the ceremony and reception to be outdoors. I wanted our colors to be light and airy. I didn’t want anything to over power the beautiful landscape and scenery. 

What was the number one piece of advice given to you while planning your wedding and what would you pass on to newly engaged brides to help them in the coming months? My mom would always say enjoy the moment and take everything in. The day and night goes by so fast. I know everybody says that but it’s true.

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