Ceremony at the Banff Springs Hotel in Banff National Park photographed by a Banff wedding photographer

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A photograph of a couple by the grand fire place at the banff Springs hotel

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A bride and groom walking in snow during their winter wedding in Banff National Park
Winter wedding in Banff National Park with bride and groom holding each other

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FAQ For Banff

What documentation does a photographer need to photograph my wedding in Banff?

To photograph in Banff, a photographer requires to contact the Town Of Banff for a business license. The photographer can obtain a day business license of an annual business license costing approximately $1000 after registration fee, GST, and local taxes.

Can I get married in Banff?

Yes, you can get married in Banff. You will require to contact the Town Of Banff for the correct paperwork and any license. A marriage commissioner will also be able to guide you through obtaining the correct paperwork.

What is the average cost of a wedding photographer in Banff?

The average cost of a wedding photographer in Banff will range depending on the services that you require for your wedding day. Some photographers include no digitals, some include prints. It is best to connect via Skype or Zoom after you have found the photograph style that you love to find out exactly what is included.

How cold does it get in Banff?

January is the coldest month of the year, and the average low is -15 Celsius. The air is dry and cold, and temperatures can drop to -35 Celsius for short periods from November to March.

Can I elope in Banff?

Yes, you can elope in Banff. You will require the correct license to get married in Banff. Contact the Town Of Banff or a marriage commissioner for guidance.

What is the population of Banff

The population of Banff is 7847 people as of the year 2016

Where did the name Banff come from?

The name Banff located within Banff National Park, came from Banff, Scotland. The town of Banff was named after George Stephen 1884, who was the president of the Canadian Pacific Railway, who was born in Banff, Scotland.

How was Banff created?

Banff was created specifically for tourism in the 1880s after the area was found by three Canadian Pacifica Railway workers in 1883 who discovered hot springs known today as Sulphur Mountain.