With the easy warm fall we just had and winter getting into full swing right now, this is the time when people planning winter weddings are getting going! If you’ve chosen to have a winter wedding I think you’ve made a great choice!

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There is something pretty magical about having a winter wedding. It’s as if the jolly feelings from Christmas make there way into the wedding, and along with a cozy fireplace atmosphere the perfect setting is created.

winter wedding
Also snow in photographs may be cold but is very beautiful and even though I’m bundled up like an arctic explorer I enjoy photographing in it very much! Plus since we have one of the greatest national parks in our the world in our backyard, we can get some truly spectacular winter photographs!

winter wedding
Even though winter weddings are usually cold, they always seem to feel warm. They are also a reminder that the weather isn’t what makes a wedding day so special. Also with parts of winter being the off-season for many wedding vendors you can sometimes get deals or specials that just aren’t possible in the middle of summer or spring!

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Here’s a few favourite photographs from some winter weddings, and I can honestly say I would stand out in the cold all over again to take these photographs! Hope you enjoy!

Brendan Nogue

Hi! I'm Brendan Nogue and I would love to be your wedding photographer! I started out, as most people do, as a baby. I had this beginning in Calgary, Alberta where I decided to stay to this very day. In between then and now a whole bunch of stuff happened which, because you are probably busy planning a wedding, you probably aren't all that interested in. What you may be interested in is that I got my start in photography about 11 years ago when I got my first film SLR camera. After high school I took this along on several trips that took me to many parts of the world while I made that life decision of what to do when I grow up. I eventually found myself at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology taking photojournalism. This lead me to two years working for the Banff Crag and Canyon, Banff Alberta's local weekly paper. These years of journalistic photography taught me all about candid photography and catching 'the moment.' From here I moved on to more travelling followed by work as a portrait photographer of all types and now finally to exactly where I want to be, running my own wedding photography company. I want to do everything I can to make your wedding day everything you hoped it would be and more so lets talk. I can't wait to meet you! Website: www.bnoguephoto.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/bnoguephoto Twitter: @bnoguephoto Email: brendan@bnoguephoto.com

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