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5 Jul

Whistler Wedding Officiant Jeremy Postal

Are you getting married in Whistler? That’s awesome…

Whistler is an amazing town full of amazing people, views, and experiences. It also hosts a large number of amazing wedding venues and we’re yet to meet anyone who has regretted celebrating their wedding day in such a beautiful place!

Whether a summer wedding lakeside in one of Whistler’s many parks or a snowy wedding in Canada’s winter wonderland, Whistler sets the atmosphere for an incredible day that you and your guests won’t forget.

So why not add to that special Whistler vibe by hiring a wedding officiate whose home and life are in Whistler?

Whistler Wedding Officiant

Meet Whistler wedding officiant, Jeremy Postal.

Jeremy and his beautiful wife Candace live in Whistler, BC and are absolutely passionate about life in the mountains. As a wedding destination Whistler is hard to beat!

Jeremy is an ordained Christian minister and a licensed wedding officiate of 10+ years and is passionate about performing unique and fine crafted wedding ceremonies that tell your love story and will be remembered years down the road! Offering two different wedding packages, Whistler Wedding Pastor provide professional, fun, and creative wedding ceremonies that are unique to you. Each package is built around you to ensure your wedding day is stress free, tons of fun, and celebrates your unique love story.

Whether your wedding ceremony is in a luxury hotel, while crossing the Peak2Peak gondola, lakeside in one Whistler’s many parks, helicopter accessed at sunset on a mountain peak, Jeremy’s creative approach to wedding ceremony design ensures your wedding ceremony is unique to your love story.

Surf over to to find out more about his custom Whistler wedding elopement packages or email Jeremy directly here.

Whistler Pastor, Whistler wedding officiant

“Let’s connect, dream together about what your wedding day looks like, and let me walk beside you in the first day of your new life together, your wedding day!” 

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