From the little white chapel at the top of a hill to the horse-drawn sleigh ride through the snow, this Idaho inspiration shoot showcases the magic of a winter wedding in the mountains.
The Wedding Team
Photographer: Cimbalik Photography | Event Designer: Sprout Design | Planner/Stylist: IDoWED | Dress Store: Margene’s Bridal | Transportation: McCall Sleigh Rides | Hair Stylist: Shawna Hines | Video: Silverline Films | Cake Designer: Stacey Cakes | Linens: Lemon Tree Linens | Chairs: Tates Tents & Events | Venue: The Arling Center at Tamarack Resort | Floral Designer: Wildflower Floral Events
Natalie and Tyler exchanged their vows at Cedar Lake Campground in an intimate and cozy amphitheater on Big Bear Lake. Natalie’s parents actually fell in love working as camp counselors at Cedar Lake, got engaged on the property, then purchased the campground. Additionally, the property served as the filming location for the original Parent Trap movie and episodes of Bonanza. With so much family history and childhood memories, Natalie could not imagine a more meaningful location for her wedding day.
Love all the pink-tinged flowers with greenery.
The Wedding Team
Photographer: Michael Farmer Photography | Event Design & Planning: Stylish Details Wedding Styling | Floral Design: Lavenders Flowers | Dress Designer: Carine’s Bridal Atelier | Venue: Cedar Lake Camp | Video: Emma Lynn Cinema | Food Truck: Harvest Kitchen | Photo Booth: The Photo Bus | Bakery: Sugar Pine Bake Shop
From the style team: We were incredibly fortunate to showcase all Canadian talent for this shoot. Every item was either Canadian designed and/or Canadian made. The colour scheme was inspired by the lumberjack, red and black plaid and silver grey to incorporate the Rocky Mountains and mining industries. The various wood tones represent our vast forestry lands and the little hint of fur reminds us of our past fur trade days that were once a very significant industry for Canadians. Many of our gorgeous blooms were grown locally in Ontario. They included the tulips, anemones, ranunculus, spray roses, cherry blossom and carnations. We showcased signature food items from the various regions of Canada like Prince Edward Island potatoes that were made into French fries, topped with gravy and cheese curds. This dish is called poutine and originates from Quebec. The British Columbia salmon was glazed with maple syrup made in Ontario and the mussels were from Prince Edward Island.
The Style Team
Concept, Production & Planning: Asian Fusion Weddings | Photographer: Rhythm Photography | Cinematographer: Summerfield Films | Florist: Periwinkle Flowers | Wedding Gown: Ferre Sposa | Veil: LUVYT | Bridal Accessories: The Loved One | Shoes: Fluevog | Hair and Makeup: May Nguyen | Bridal Stylist: Hilary Cameron | Groom’s Attire: Garrison Bespoke | Groom’s Accessories: TYTAN Ties | Groom’s Shoes: Peter Feeney | Caterer: Hawley Crescent | Sweets: Shirley’s Sweet Creations | Stationery: Ferris Wheel Press | Linen Rentals: Have A Seat | Table Top & Chair Rentals: Event Rental Group | Vintage Rentals: Southern Charm Vintage Rental | Models: Logan Burke of Velocci and Andrew Summerfield | Venue: The Manor
Tori and Jon planned their elopement on Black Balsam Knob near Asheville, North Carolina. The couple followed a traditional wedding day, but with just the two of them to enjoy it all, privately. After saying their vows, Tori and Jon had a first dance, all to themselves on the mountaintop, before popping their champagne and enjoying their doughnuts as a gorgeous mist turned the summit into something reminiscent of Scotland.
The Elopement Team
Photography: Carolyn Marie Photography | Planning and Syling: Lucky Penny Creative | Bride’s Dress: Lulus | Hair: Hair by Jenna Wilson | Makeup: Powder Me Pretty | Florals: Flora | Doughnuts: Vortex | Champagne: Biltmore | Officiant: DiAnna Ritola