– Gambier Island, BC –
Last August, Ren and Eric hosted their fun filled weekend wedding on gorgeous Gambier Island at Camp Fircom. It was a celebration from the moment the water taxi left Horseshoe Bay as we arrived with many of the guests the night before. We took in the hazy sunset and enjoyed a warm evening on the water. When we arrived to the camp we were all treated to an incredible pot luck dinner followed by a night of dancing to live music under the stars. The morning of the wedding we explored the island and captured some of the morning activities which included archery and kayaking. The skies were clearing up and it was going to be a perfect day for a wedding.
The ceremony was vibrant, musical, and full of love as Ren and Eric said their vows overlooking the water with the mountains in the background. It was pretty incredible. Everyone celebrated into the late afternoon while sipping cocktails, and enjoying the camp grounds. There are so many beautiful areas to relax and take in the scenery. The main hall was transformed into a beautiful dining space with antique lanterns, beautiful floral arrangements, and other gorgeous details all courtesy of the groom’s talented mother. Amazing!
After taking in the last few moments of daylight while breathing in the fresh ocean air, Ren and Eric danced the night away with their loved ones and continued the celebration well into the next day. The whole weekend experience at Camp Fircom was wonderful. The staff were all so friendly and accommodating, the food was delicious, and the scenery was breathtaking. I would highly recommend this magical place for your weekend wedding!
Thank-you to Ren and Eric and your incredible families and friends for such a lovely two days of fun!
Thanks to my partner for the weekend the talented Scott Little. Always an adventure!
Cake – Melanie Griffith
Flowers – Zaklan Heritage Farm – Studio Full Bloom
Music – Jack and the Demon Squadron + DJ – The Funkee Wadd
Hair – Marlo at High Fidelity Hair
Make-Up – Alex Danard
Decor – Aina and Eric Pesarchuk