Quite simply, the most beautiful wedding albums I’ve seen.

Wild Magnolia Design handcrafts each album with the finest eco-friendly materials, and the utmost care.  Each album is a work of art; and with great cover options, artistic endpapers, and beautiful fine art paper, these flush-mount albums are top of the line.  Don’t believe me?  Let them tell you why.

 

– Brian

 

 

I’m very excited to now be offering fine art albums from Loktah Natural Media Products.  These flush-mount albums are printed on eco-friendly fine art paper and are made completely from natural and renewable materials. They’re a  great option for engagement albums or an affordable wedding album, and are available in a number of different colours.

Get in touch for info on other eco-friendly albums and products.

Take a look at the rest of the session featured in this album here.

 

– Brian

I met some great people in Fernie.  Here they are.


– Brian

  • Persib - I follow you on twttier and decided to dive a little deeper. Amazing photos. Where is the one with the lake? What a great experience you had that day with her and her whole family. Would like to see the parents in a picture!ReplyCancel

    • brian - Thanks for the comment! The lake is Island Lake in Fernie, British Columbia.ReplyCancel

I’ve been prepping a couple of wedding posts from the summer before jumping into the autumn season.  One is from Island Lake Lodge up in Fernie, BC, and I wanted to show how amazing this venue is.  Situated beside Island Lake on 7000 acres of privately owned land, this wilderness terrain  stretches from Alpine meadows to impressive old growth Cedar forests on the valley floor.  The reception was held in one of the main lodges with a live band and doors wide open to the patio over the lake.  Shooting stars punctuated the later end of the night as the guests danced on beneath a vivid Milky Way.  More on this wilderness wedding to come soon, as well as another inspirational wedding from further up the spine of the Rockies in Jasper, Alberta.

 

– Brian

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