The Yukon wilderness offers many opportunities for a spectacular wedding.
Summer or winter, nature provides the perfect canvas for both your ceremony and your wedding photographs.
You may choose to have a wedding under a tent on a mountain top, on an island or a raft on the Yukon River, by the side of a lake, in a local park or in your friends back yard. The possibilities are limitless.
Here's a few things to think about:
Will all your friends and family be easily seated at the wedding site and will they all be able to see and hear you both?
Will they be able to get to the Ceremony easily?
Will the reception be held in the same place?
Will the Ceremony be timed so that the reception can follow immediately after the photos?
Music and flowers, transportation and photographers, these are just a few of the choices you'll be asked to make. We have a list of special people available to provide you with these services for your ceremony.
We're in the Yukon so think about having your rings made from Yukon Gold and with NWT Diamonds. We believe we have the finest and most creative jewelers in the World, to design a truly unique piece for you.
Here are a few of my favourite places to perform a Marriage Ceremony:
My house on the Old Alaska Highway, in front of my little lake!
On top of Grey Mountain
Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre- outside by the river! Inn on the Lake - Marsh Lake, The Keno City Snack Bar and Keno Hill - Keno, Jan Montgomery Park - Whitehorse,
Long Lake Whitehorse, Miles Canyon-Whitehorse, Sky High Wilderness Resort - Whitehorse, Takhini Hotsprings Retreat, Kusawa Lake and the Takhini River, Dawson City - Commissioners Residence, The Dome, the Gazebo, the Ferry! SS Klondike, White Pass and Yukon Route Railroad, Carcross. The Chilkoot Trail end at Bennett Lake Kathleen Lake, Any lakeside or mountain top within a days' drive or within two days if its the Dempster Highway!