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Whistler Micro-Wedding | Annie + Jay | Whistler Elopements

Annie + Jay were early adopters of the Whistler micro-wedding. As soon as Covid-19 restrictions lifted in June, they pivoted their plans to host their favourite people for a wedding in the Callaghan Valley

bridal portraits with mountain in background

whistler micro-wedding location beside river

whistler micro-wedding reception location

giant mountain views for picture of couple at whistler micro-wedding

harvest table for whistler micro-wedding reception

Annie and Jay have always wanted to have a small wedding because neither of them like being in the spotlight or the centre of attention. When the global Covid-19 pandemic reached BC in March 2020, they were assured of their plans to tie the knot with just a few of their favourite people. They waited patiently, silently playing chicken with the social distancing Covid-19 restrictions as their wedding day drew closer. Luckily the announcement came that BC would enter Phase 3 four days prior to their wedding. The timing was perfect. Annie + Jay’s Whistler micro-wedding could go ahead.

There was some pivoting involved, since it was no longer possible to get a dinner reservation for their 15 guests with the new rules. This lead Annie + Jay on the search for the perfect Whistler micro-wedding venue. The search lead them to the Caboose at the Canadian Wilderness Adventures base in the Callaghan Valley. The space creates a perfect outdoor reception area for a harvest table with string lights to set the ambience. Pair it with catering from The Collective Kitchen, and the atmosphere will rival any 5-Star restaurant in the world.

For Annie + Jay’s ceremony, being near water was very important to them. Tofino played a huge role in their relationship and proximity to the water was a great way of tying in that element. Additionally since their guest list was quite small, we had a perfect Whistler micro-wedding ceremony space for them on some rocks above the roaring Cheakamus river. The ceremony location is also quite accessible and they plan to revisit it every chance they get.

Small and micro-weddings are a growing new trend. Partly because of Covid-19 and partly because to a lot of couples, it just makes sense.

While big weddings are some other people’s dreams, we dreaded the idea of making small talk to a hundred guests and even meeting some people for the first time at our wedding. We always knew we wanted to keep it small, intimate and personal.

Annie + Jay

We love micro-weddings just as much as we love elopements, and are happy to assist you in your planning no matter how large or small. Please don’t hesitate to reach out at info@whistlerelopement.com or through our contact page. Also, don’t forget to check out Annie + Jay’s favourite images at the bottom of the blog!

whistler village with blackcomb mountain in the background

picnic whistler snacks for the micro-wedding breakfast

wedding dress and make-up details for whistler micro-wedding

annie holding mirror for whistler micro-wedding

annie and her dog for whistler micro-wedding

bride reading a letter from his bride-to-be before whistler micro-wedding

groom reading letter from his bride-to-be before whistler micro-wedding

bride walking to first look in park in Whistler

groom first look with his dog

first look with bride and groom before whistler micro-wedding

bride and groom cuddling with their dog

annie and jay walking towards vehicles for their whistler micro-wedding

riverside ceremony location for whistler micro-wedding

bride and groom holding hands for whistler micro-wedding

whistler micro-wedding ceremony beside river

guests at whistler micro-wedding

whistler Steve performing whistler micro-wedding

couple laughing during whistler micro-wedding

personal vows during whistler micro-wedding

bride saying vows to groom

groom laughing during whistler micro-wedding

first kiss at riverside micro-wedding

couple being announced as Mr and Mrs during whistler micro-wedding

bridal portraits beside Whistler river

epic whistler river wedding photos

rushing river wedding photos in Whistler

groom carrying brides dress beside river for wedding photos in Whistler

bride and groom kissing from above

black and white wedding photos of bride and groom in Whistler

wedding couple with blurred water in river photos

sunny wedding photos in Whistler

bride and groom laughing at Whistler wedding photos

blackcomb mountain wedding photos in Whistler micro-wedding

whistler wedding photos with big green trees

vibrant green trees for whistler micro-wedding

bride and groom walking with giant mountain view in background

big tree wedding photos in whistler micro-wedding

epic mountain landscape photo with bride and groom during whistler micro-wedding

bride and groom kissing with mountains behind

favourite whistler mountain photos

black tusk photo

decorations for whistler micro-wedding

wedding cake at whistler micro-wedding reception

whistler micro-wedding reception at caboose

bride signing marriage license in old tree at whistler micro-wedding reception

lawn games at canadian wilderness adventures caboose

whistler micro-wedding reception at caboose in the callaghan valley

newlyweds first dance at whistler micro-wedding reception at canadian wilderness adventures caboose

wedding reception at caboose in callaghan valley

speeches at whistler micro-wedding reception

groom crying during speeches at Whistler micro-wedding

Here are Annie + Jay’s favourite images.

We chose this image for our Thank-You cards!

We love how small nature can make you feel!

The backdrop is incredible.

I just love this moment so much!

Whistler Micro-wedding Vendors

Planning | Whistler Elopements
Photography | Tara Lilly Photography
Officiating | Whistler Steve
Videography | Hello Tomorrow
Venue | Canadian Wilderness Adventures
Catering | The Collective Kitchen
Picnic | Picnic Whistler
Hair and Make-up Artist | Colleen Conroy Make-up
Florals | Senka Florist

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