Popcorn and Champagne Reception

Carolyn + Ian

A travel inspired wedding, for a pair of globetrotting newly-weds.
The bride spent several years living on a ship as a little girl, so had a soft spot for the Sicamous.
The wedding ceremony was held on a mountain pass, above the Coquihalla.
The location was so remote, it had to be reached by helicopter.
A rehearsal was held the week before, with a 5 hour hike needed to reach the spot.
The camera crew recorded the windswept ceremony, for the friends and family to watch in comfort aboard the SS Sicamous
White chairs were set out, with bags of popcorn, and bottles of champagne ready to pour.
At the end of the evening the bride and groom left under a tunnel of sparklers, shimmering overhead.

 

Little snippets of prettiness

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Vintage costumes and glamour in the gentleman’s saloon

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Travel inspired wedding with a globe trotting couple.

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Vintage glitz and glamour from the photobooth

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Cinema style seating, with popcorn to watch the wedding ceremony on the big screen.

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Perty flowers + little details

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Pretty blackboards with a favourite passage from the good book 🙂

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Luggage waiting for passengers to collect – on the cargo deck of the ship

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Fire box of the Ss Sicamous, where up to 17 tonnes of coal was shovelled daily.

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The ceremony was held atop a mountain, and was filmed for the day and friends to watch from the comfort of the ship.

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