On a rainy summer day, Kaitlyn and Brett married at SpringBreak Flower Farm in the Crowsnest Pass, Alberta, with the Rocky Mountains as their backdrop. Both from the Pincher Creek and Crowsnest Pass area, Kaitlyn and Brett knew they wanted to say “I do” in the mountains they grew up exploring.
When the bride and groom awoke on the morning of their wedding, they quickly realized their hope for hosting a lush and green outdoor garden party on a hot summer day wouldn’t be quite as they envisioned. As the rain continued to fall throughout the morning and afternoon, the couple and wedding team quickly transitioned the outdoor ceremony and cocktail hour to the indoor glass greenhouse. Though it wasn’t quite what the bride and groom had in mind, it didn’t dampen their day.
Brett and Kaitlyn proceeded with their first look at a provincial historic site Kaitlyn grew up visiting with her family, Leitch Collieries. They even managed to find a covered area to share their first moment as soon-to-be husband and wife. With the soft light breaking through the rainy cloudy day, it was a perfect setting for a romantic and intimate ceremony and reception. Just as guests began to arrive for the late-afternoon ceremony, the showers lifted and allowed for a cozy celebration – a rainbow even filled the evening sky while the guests enjoyed the reception featuring a taco bar, local craft beverages and treats table.
The couple treasured every minute of their wedding and even got a chance to sneak away for golden hour, capturing the true magic of home – the wildflowers, deep blue sky and endless mountain views.