This is the first wedding I’ve ever photographed on an airstrip. To be honest, I didn’t know the sleepy little town of Mabel Lake had an airstrip, but here we are. In a little campground, up in the mountains, in the Okanagan. Just where I love to be.

We’ll start with the details – I found some birch, and like War and Peace, I obsessed over it.

And the day began, quickly. In the woods, we had a groom waiting to see his bride for the first time. Both of them had hand-written vows, a private moment between them.

We wiped away a few tears, and made our way to the airstrip. The chairs had been set up, and guests were arriving. You could see the mountains in the distance, a beautiful place for a ceremony.

And of course, on an airstrip, we found a plane.

We made time for the bridal party too! They were very exciting shots.

This is where I’ll have to leave you, though.

There’s some really cool moments here. A beautiful day, some pretty hilarious candids, and some spectacular views.

This is just a sampler, a few photos from the day for those guests who couldn’t make it, and for those guests that did and told me how excited they are for these photos.

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