Beautiful Wedding Inspiration for the Mountain Bride

Photographer Freemark Photography captured the natural beauty of Jasper and the elegance of this wedding perfectly. With a sweeping 700 acres of beautiful wilderness and the pristine Lac Beauvert, the incredible luxurouy mountain resort at The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge was the perfect setting for this elegant mountain wedding.

The bride's family flew in from France for the wedding, so choosing a beautiful and luxurious mountain setting was the perfect option for this couple and their guests. Adding to the natural beauty of the day, the couple chose a beautiful lake front ceremony as the focal point of the day. And what a gorgeous day it was! The sun was bright and beautiful, and the lake looked like glass - it was truly a dream come true. After the ceremony the couple took advantage of the mountains and natural wilderness beauty all around them for some incredible photographs and portraits. The bride even donned her hiking shoes and made it to the top of Fort Point with her wedding dress on before heading in to their beautiful reception.

The bride chose a beautiful and organic bouquet made from Freesia and Alstromeria created by Elysion Florals in Jasper. The pop of colour in the bouquet was the perfect accent to her elegant wedding gown. 

The stunning bride chose a beautiful Sophia Tolli wedding gown from Crystal's Bridal in Edmonton and finished off her elegant with a touch of vintage look with a veil from Michaels that she altered herself to look exactly how she wanted it.

This incredible forest image is one of my favourites! The beauty of the moss and trees contrasted with the elegance and poise of this newly wed couple is perfect. One of the best parts about getting married in the mountains is the endless amount of natural beauty and scenery all around you for your wedding photos. 

Rathern than traditional wedding cake these two decided on the beautiful and incredibly fancy, french dessert croquembouche. Croquembouche is composed of petits choux (pastry balls) piled onto a cone and bound with caramel threads. The results of the Jasper Park Lodge's croquembouche were a stunning and perfectly elegant wedding dessert that tasted divine.