A Mont Tremblant Wedding

Hey everyone! We’re back from an amazing photography convention, Mystic 5, in beautiful Mystic, Connecticut. We had a great time learning from some of our favourite Master Photographers from around the globe. We’ve been traveling soo much this winter and are flying off to gorgeous Mont Tremblant again this weekend to shoot Rachel and John’s wintery engagement session! We love shooting in Mont Tremblant and we’re so excited when we had the honour to photograph Sam and Ian’s stunning wedding at the five star Hotel Quintessence this month!

The wedding was simply stunning from start to finish. When we entered the front doors of the hotel we were treated so well. It was such a gorgeous spot to host a wedding. Panoramic views of the mountain and every hotel room has a fabulous view of the water. It has to be one of the finest hotels in all of Mont Tremblant.

Dave went to the guys suite to take some photographs of them all having a great time getting ready for the ceremony. Ian has such an amazing sense of humour, I guess that comes with being British. He and his groomsmen had everyone laughing through the whole day. I love it when we photograph a wedding and the day is filled with fun and laughter. It really shows the closeness everyone has for one another.

I met up with the girls in the bridal suite. What a stunning room! I also loved all of the little details, it adds so much charm to a wedding day!

Samantha looked absolutely incredible. She was so elegant and truly reminded me of a ballerina. She was the picture of beauty on her wedding day.

As the guests were waiting for the bride to arrive, these two little church mice peeked over the pews to get a better look, too cute!

After a charming ceremony in one of the most quaint chapels we’ve photographed in, the church bells rang and Sam and Ian were pronounced husband and wife!! Congrats again guys!

The cute little flower girl, Charlotte, even took a turn ringing the church bells for Sam and Ian 🙂

We loved taking Sam and Ian out for a few chilly shots. There is something about the fresh, white snow that is so romantic. Great shot guys!

The bridal party was a lot of fun and really kept the entertainment going throughout the day. What a good looking bunch!

Isn’t Mont Tremblant so romantic when the sun goes down. You get this amazing blue glow that contrasts with the warmth of the village lights below. I could stay there all winter long.

During the speeches it was really nice to learn a bit about how Sam and Ian met. They we’re 14 and both living in Saudi Arabia. They actually dated for a bit when they were teenagers and met each other again when they were older. It was very touching during their speech when Ian mentioned that while away working in Hong kong, He really, truly missed Sam with all of his heart. He knew that Samantha was the only girl for him. It was hard to hold back the tears when he was sharing these meaningful words about Sam.

I love this shot Dave captured of the boys enjoying a stogy together. On such a brisk night, it just seems right to light up a cigar in celebration.

When it came time for some of the boys to speak, they almost had the crowd in tears with their wit. Capturing candid moments and all of the great wedding photojournalism is really what keeps us challenged to do what we do. We love those natural moments that just happen.

At the end of an enchanting evening, it was a beautiful touch when Sam’s sister sang during the first dance. I’m sure it meant a lot to them to have such a personal gift for their wedding. Sam and Ian, thanks so much for choosing us! We had a fantastic time photographing your amazing wedding in Mont Tremblant. Just thinking about it really gets us stoked for Rachel and John’s engagement shoot this weekend! Congratulations to you both!!!