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Big Sky Rustic Wedding – Pemberton BC


When Sharon & Chans came to me for their Pemberton Wedding, it was clear right from the start that this would be an amazing wedding celebration.  Bringing their close families and friends to Big Sky Golf Course was going to be the perfect venue for them.

Sharon shared some of her ideas with me regarding the style and the few elements of decor she was envisioning and I could tell it was going to have the perfect blend of whimsical, boho and vintage while also being so true to the natural beauty surrounding us.  The whole day had this easy effortless flow to it and I am so thankful for Blue Violet Events to have come on board to help Sharon & Chans execute their vision perfectly.

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Wow! Gorgeous!  We absolutely love all the pictures!!! We love all of them sooo much! We can’t wait to show our friends and family! Just looking at the pictures brings back so many happy memories. Thank you for capturing all of our special moments for us! It was exactly what I was envisioning. They’re all so perfect it will just always take us back to our special day! We are so grateful for all the hard work and time you put into our wedding photos!

– Sharon + Chans

There were so many special moments throughout their day but one of my favorite was being able to take a moment to capture some images with their rescue dog Koda. They had shared with me their deep love for her and I have never witness such devotion to rehabilitate a pup and truly give her the best life.

These two (3) will always hold such a special place in my heart with their devotion to one and other, their kindness towards me and their gipsy souls.

Thank you for being you and inviting me into your world for that special day.

– Pascale oxo


Photographer: Gadbois Photography
Venue: Big Sky Golf Course
Wedding Planners: Blue Violet Events
Flowers: Senka
Hair and Make up: Red Carpet Ready by Christina
Officiant: Chad Chomlack

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