Whistle Bear golf course in Cambridge has redone itself entirely. It is now a dream wedding venue. It is run by the same group that owns the Cambridge Mill, a venue that I’ve been a preferred vendor at for a few years now.

I was so excited to see the renovations and they certainly did not disappoint. The thing KW needed more than anything was a beautiful higher capacity venue. They have a room that can seat 480 guests.
On top of that their in house event coordinators are the best in the business. I’ve always said this about Cambridge Mill, and the same is now true with Whistle Bear – if they say your first dance is going to be at 8:37pm, your first dance will be at 8:37pm.
The food is always on point, and I’ve never even heard of a single guest being disappointed by their meal. They go out of their way to make every part of the guest experience the best it can be.

This might be sounding like a sales pitch for them – but they are a world class venue, and I’m thrilled to be photographing weddings here. At the time of writing this they had only been open for 5 weeks, and I was lucky enough to photograph two beautiful weddings there, both in the Rose Room.

The planning process with here or Cambridge Mill is the easiest and most stress free experience possible. They can help you with everything down to the smallest detail.
The only stressful part is going to be finding an available date.

Pictures of the new whistle bear clubhouse:

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New Whistle Bear

I have so much fun when friends I knew in high school, college, and/or pre-school contact me to photograph their wedding. It’s really interesting to spend a day documenting people you grew up with.

Lisa and Scott were married at Scott’s parents property in Cambridge. This house was a usual weekend stopping point on the way to downtown Guelph, where most of my high school friends ended up going to school. This was the first time I had been inside in daylight. It is a beautiful home, and I’m so happy that it is where they chose to have their wedding.

I was there for both video and photo. Here is the video.

It was also Chelsea and Mark‘s 1 year minus 1 day anniversary. I photographed their wedding last year. I hope these yearly reunions start becoming a thing.

I was out in Lake Louise for a few engagement sessions after our Calgary film premiere for Startup Community. I’ve found a few favorite roads around the world, and the drive from Calgary to Lake Louise is certainly on that short list. I met up with my friend Eric that took us to go see the train tunnels that were blasted into the mountains, and a natural bridge that the water tunneled under.

There’s a video of the entire adventure posted below if you’d like to watch! After this it was off to Kelowna for Amanda and Devon’s wedding! That post will come soon.

Here are a few photos!