An Intimate Winter Wedding in Jackson
From the bride, Audrey: We decided to have a simple and intimate mountain wedding in Jackson. We didn’t want anything over the top just a nice wintery celebration.
I wore white snow boots with my wedding dress and found a white fur coat and custom designed handmade gloves for my outdoor photos to stay cozy warm! I also used a beautiful brooch bouquet for the pictures outside to save my fresh flower bouquet from the below freezing temperatures.
Even though the temperature dipped to around 10 degrees, we had a blast modeling taking pictures. We felt as if we were in our own personal winter wonderland fairytale.
The ceremony was held in a cozy wooden chapel with a stained glass cross for a backdrop with only 45 of our closest friends and family in attendance.
We couldn’t miss taking a few photos under the iconic antler arches all lit up with Christmas lights at twilight.
Looking back, I would allow more time at the reception, 2 1/2 hours was not enough!
THE WEDDING TEAM
Ceremony Site: Presbyterian Church of Jackson Hole // Reception Site: National Museum of Wildlife Art // Photographer: Jamye Chrisman Photography // Florist: Fleur de V // Wedding Gown Designer: Allure // Brooch for bouquet: Amanda Jerkins Design // Snow boots: Roxy
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