A Jasper National Park Wedding
Scenic Outdoors or Luxurious Hotel: Choose the Place for a Perfect Jasper Wedding
Jasper, Canada, is surrounded by Jasper National Park, a truly a magical place. With it’s tall, majestic peaks, abundant waterfalls, brilliant blue-green lakes, wildflower fields and abundant wildlife, it’s like a fairytale.
And doesn’t everyone want a fairytale wedding?” Of course they do. And Jasper is the perfect place for the perfect wedding.
It’s hard to get much more romantic than Jasper. Snow-capped mountains surround the little town on all sides, trees sway lightly in the refreshing breeze and there are stunning lakes everywhere — perfect for memorable wedding photos.
When it comes to a hotel — either for guests, the reception, or both – there are unbeatable options, such as the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge — literally fit for a king — and the Pyramid Lake Coast Hotel.
Where to hold the wedding?
This is the place to check out for large weddings. The Beauvert Plateau is a large, gently sloping location that boasts an perfect view of Mount Edith Cavell and accommodates up to 350 guests.
It’s on the edge of the water, with five separate sun decks for the more intimate Canadian Rockies weddings. Each can hold 25 people and offer views that will live in the memory for a long time. Whether you are coming from the hustle and bustle of Edmonton for a getaway wedding or coming all the way from Europe, Jasper is an ideal place to get married.
The emerald green waters of Lac Beauvert offer three of the most stunning outdoor locations on offer not just in Jasper, but in all the Canadian Rockies. All three overlook the lake and also Whistler’s Mountain. Time-wise, it is available from May through to early October (depending on weather).
Located in between the Fairmont’s Whistler’s Cabins and Lac Beauvert, this is nothing short of gorgeous. This is perfect for the bigger weddings as it can fit up to 200 guests.
Of course there are many other beautiful locations to hold your Jasper National Park wedding in and around Jasper, as well as throughout the surrounding Canadian Rockies. There are also every sort of accommodation you and your guests may require, everything from quiet and secluded rustic cabins to boutique hotels to luxury resorts — the aforementioned Jasper Park Lodge once played host to a king of England; we weren’t boasting when we said it was fit for a king!