Pia and Julian’s Indian fusion wedding had us taking in the masterful Audain Art Museum in Whistler and the majestic Riverlands in Pemberton over two brilliant days. No matter how many times we’ve visited this part of our backyard, we’re constantly reminded of how incredible it is to have access to a modern architectural wonder and a gorgeous meadow within an hour’s drive. We can’t think of a better pair of locations to host all of your friends and family from around the globe and showcase this very special part of British Columbia.
Day One: a wedding at the Audain Art Museum in Whistler
Flashes of colour everywhere you looked. Belly laughs and solemn smiles. Moments of peace and prayer in the Audain Art Museum. The voice of the charismatic Baltej Singh Dhillon lifting you up and moving you to tears. A brilliantly colourful and vibrant Sangeet, complete with a rainbow, dance performances, and a puppet show. The loveliest humans joining you from all corners of the world for a thoughtful fusion of all the qualities that make you, you.
Day Two: a wedding at Riverlands Equestrian in Pemberton
Marrying your best friend in a meadow, while the gold discs sway in the light breeze and horses gallop in the distance. Burgundy suits and shawls, fascinators paired with beaded garments. Al fresco dining surrounded by mountains and your best mates. And not a detail was missed thanks to Pia and Julian’s fine and impeccable taste. A heaping scoop of merriment for good measure.
This here’s the kind of happiness we hope you’ll enjoy for the rest of your days. Thank you for inviting us to be a part of your wedding day memories, Pia and Julian.
For another Pemberton wedding, watch: Aasttha and Prasann’s wedding at North Arm Farm