A Celebration of Love at Fairmont Banff Springs

June 1, 2023 , BY: Bailey

“The most important thing for Fred and I about our wedding was to celebrate our love amongst a group of individuals who have played an important part in our lives in one way or another. We also wanted to be another example for those out there who need the reassurance that love—regardless of the different variations that may exist—indeed is just that: love. And by extension, love will always win. You see this evidently in the rainbow arch that we chose to do as well as celebrations of love in different variations that we chose to incorporate throughout our day such as the mother/mother in law and son dances, as well as even a father/son dance. The ability for same sex couples to marry one another has not been without its controversies and challenges around the world. Many people before us have made sacrifices and put their lives on the line to afford couples like Fred and myself the opportunity to marry one another and depending on where you live, there is still unfortunately a long way to go. In line with this, a large part and reasoning of us putting all the time, energy, and effort into planning the wedding that we did is both an homage and our way of saying thank you, as well as to recognize how fortunate we are.”

Nhan, groom

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