This is an exciting day because we’ve finally got our new site up. After losing virtually everything this summer, we’ve finally faced the daunting task of starting over. With that comes lots of work; begging all the local photographers for pictures of our work, sorting through our amateur photos, and trying to come up with something interesting to say. That last one is the hardest, always. But, today the snow is flying and it’s off-season so check back often as I plan to add photos daily. Thank you friends! ~Sarah
Charlotte is a local gal who got married here last spring up at Couloir. What was so awesome about working with her is that she was totally on board with our farm-to-altar mindset, and miraculously wanted peonies at the very time they bloom. Here. On the property!
We took a few measly photos but they do not compare to the professionals from Kimbry Studios…
The wedding took place ( yep, in the snow, in June, at the top of the Gondola.) Reception followed in Couloir. Did I mention that it snowed?
Photos by Kimbry Studios
So, a couple of years ago this bride ( who was so gorgeous, for real) asked us to do her wedding flowers- the ceremony at a ranch north of town and the reception to follow in the Library at Amangani. Umm, ok!
We made her this beautiful bouquet of white ranunculus and tied the stems with twine. It seriously became one of the most-pinned bouquets in the history of Pinterest and if I die tomorrow, it’ll be the closest I ever came to wedding florist fame . Anyway…word on the street was the wedding party got into a cake fight at the posh hotel and the rest was history.
Click to see the full story and more photos: http://www.stylemepretty.com/2010/09/30/jackson-hole-wedding-by-alison-for-christian-oth-studios/.
All photos by Alison Mayfield for Christian Oth Studios in NYC.
This wedding at Shooting Star was just about perfect albeit a little bit hot for June:
The full story is featured on Style Me Pretty…
More inspiration & photos at http://www.stylemepretty.com/wyoming-weddings/jackson-hole/2014/03/24/jackson-hole-wedding-at-shooting-star/
photos by Carrie Patterson Photography!
This wedding was a few years ago at a beautiful private home near Solitude. I mean, so gorgeous, I think I asked the homeowners to adopt me. It wasn’t awkward at all when they said “no thanks.” Maybe next time…http://luxemountainweddings.com/2011/07/06/rustic-wyoming-meets-new-york-elegance/
photos by Heather Erson Photography!
I’m actually really proud of the work we did on this wedding. Lauren was so very creative and we worked together intensely to get the look & feel just right for her wedding flowers…take a look at the full story on Luxe Mountain Weddings:
Photos by Taylor Glenn Photography
Diane & Mark got married around Valentines’ Day last winter but they went soft & pastel the whole way. We used lots of cream, blush, and soft peach and feminine blossoms like Tulip, Garden Rose, Hydrangea, and scented Geranium Leaf.
They’re ceremony was held at Our Lady of the Mountains…
And a beautiful reception dinner in the Terra Ballroom at Hotel Terra…
Thank you for the photos Ashley Wilkerson!
It’s the dead of winter here, and there are no holidays to prepare for. Spring is no where near close by…I have no more excuses. Time to load photos from last summer!
I get a little nervous doing this work. I always worry that the photos, though beautiful, will not adequately reflect the reverence of the day but somehow the magic comes through. If left to my own devices, the only photos of our work would be fumbling downloads from my phone. No thanks right?
Now, if I could just learn to line up the pictures just so, I’d be happy. It’s a work in progress…this time of year is great for learning how to blog, edit photos, and get excited for next summer. As soon as the holidays are over, the phone starts ringing and emails start coming in. The ladies have gotten engaged and they’re ready to start planning. And I get so excited to hear their stories, and see their ideas, and my mind starts racing at night…what to plant for them? When? How much? What color?
Originally, this wedding was to take place outdoors at the family ranch in Victor but there was just too much snow and wind. Fortunately, we were able to move the entire ceremony & reception over to the Wildwood Room as they were already catering the day. The bride was heartbroken however everyone agreed that the day turned out beautiful. We had string lights EVERYWHERE and literally hundreds of Gladiola blossoms hanging from the rafters. Candles, candles, and more candles…
Thank you for the photos Kisa Koenig!