Making your wedding dream a reality
Nestled at the base of Blackcomb Mountain, The Fairmont Chateau Whistler resort hotel defines mountain luxury. Capture memories and experience romance in a setting that is perfect for you to embark on your new life together.
Ceremony at the Woodland’s Terrace Rooftop Chapel or Grand Fireplace
Personal wedding consultation and coordination of all details
Marriage Commissioner meeting when possible and ceremony planning
Bridal bouquet and buttonhole – rose, wildflowers
Photographer on site for celebration (2 hours with CD of photos within 72 hours of ceremony)
Wedding Planner on site for the celebration
One special day, one special moment held at one special place. Capture memories and experience romance in a setting that brings your dreams to reality. Say “I do” in one of the most beautiful places in Whistler! Located on our Woodland’s Terrace, this ceremony site features beautiful views of the surrounding mountains and provides a romantic and intimate setting for 2 to 200 guests. Alternatively, choose the Grand Fireplace. Located in The Grill Room, the Grand Fireplace is the perfect backdrop for an intimate ceremony. This romantic venue is available year round from 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm and can accommodate up to 60 guests.
Wedding Days and Times
Weddings performed Monday through Sunday (depending on season & availability)
Legally you could get married the same day as you arrive! However, we recommend you have a couple of days to get used to any time change and orient yourselves. We will send you the necessary forms before you arrive in town and submit them to the Bureau for you. We will set up an appointment to take you to get your license when you arrive.
We suggest having two pair of shoes: one outdoor pair (these can be white fur boots or any type of shoe which are easy to walk on snow with) and an indoor pair which can be worn for photographs, ceremony, reception etc. We suggest bringing a fur cape or wrap if you are planning to do an outdoor ceremony or photographs outdoors. Alternatively you can wear a winter coat and remove it for the ceremony or photographs. We also suggest bringing some gloves. During all seasons mountain weather is known for its unpredictability we always suggest checking the weather forecast prior to arrival to check the current weather trends so your guests can dress accordingly.