Warning: This is the longest blog post I’ve done. To say that Dominique and Scott’s Mont Tremblant wedding day was magnificent and perfect would be an understatement. When I first met with Do and Scott last winter to discuss their wedding plans, I was really excited about the prospect of a “1st look” on top of a mountain overlooking Lac Tremblant, followed by a beautiful ceremony and reception at a converted Covered Bridge. When they contacted me in the summer and mentioned that Dominique was going to be arriving for the reveal by helicopter….my mind was blown.
A “normal” wedding day for me is usually 14-15hrs long, which is tiring enough, but add a 2.5hr drive to start the day with a hike to the top of a mountain for the “reveal”, and I was a bit concerned about making it to the end of the night. My only comfort was taken in the fact that both Dominique and Scott are Doctors, as are the majority of their wedding party…I’m sure I would have been in very good hands had I collapsed from exhaustion. The truth is, I don’t think I felt a thing…until the next morning.
The weather on their wedding day in the Mont Tremblant area of Quebec could not have been more gorgeous. Clear blue skies, a nice breeze, and beautiful warm, autumn temperatures. Add some incredible friends & warm, loving family, a groom serenading his bride during the ceremony, and kicking-off the night’s dancing by joining the awesome Toronto-based band (Running Red Lights) with a performance of Bruno Mars’ “Marry You”, and it was just icing on top of more icing.
I feel incredibly fortunate to have witnessed and been part of such an amazing day, with such amazing people. These are the photos that I hope do reasonable justice in telling the story of their day.