A Simple & Dreamy Wedding in the Mountains

From the bride, Lauren: As a photographer by trade, having our wedding day documented was extremely important to me! In fact, I started planning our entire wedding on the basis of two things, the photographer and a national park. We knew that we wanted to get married in a National Park, but we also needed our ceremony location to be accessible for all family members and myself, in a big white dress! The accessibility of Schwabacher Landing in Grand Teton National Park was perfect, and the area would accommodate our small wedding party perfectly. It all started as a dream to get married with the mountains as our backdrop, but with a little planning, our dream came true!

A Simple & Dreamy Wedding in the Mountains, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

A Simple & Dreamy Wedding in the Mountains, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

My favorite part of our wedding day was our first look, leading all the way up to the ceremony.

A Simple & Dreamy Wedding in the Mountains, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

I was really nervous getting married outside in September without a back up plan, but I couldn’t envision us getting married anywhere other than Schwabacher’s Landing in Grand Teton Nation Park.

A Simple & Dreamy Wedding in the Mountains, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Although extremely simple, our ceremony was perfect and although the weather was unseasonably cool, it didn’t rain!

A Simple & Dreamy Wedding in the Mountains, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

We both read our own personal handwritten vows (which I was terrified of doing, but knew I wouldn’t regret it) and it was one of the most beautiful experiences that my husband and I have ever shared. My husband is a writer by trade — his vows were eloquent, unique and they are incredibly special to me. Let me share, “Falling in love with you was watching a storm form on the horizon. Seeing the landscape ahead of me blanketed in snow, and all I could do was wait for it to happen to me, too. And when it came over me, my entire view changed. Everything I saw was different, but it was the same. It all was pristine. And in my life, I promise that every fresh footprint I lay will be with you. I vow to love you like the mountains love the snow. I promise to quietly miss you like the flowers do the rain. And I swear to keep you forever like the canyons hold silence. So before our friends and people we love, I hope you feel the same and ready for the next part of our adventure as husband and wife. You are the compass that helps me through this land and I know our life will be one full of things deep, sometimes dark, but always lovely”.

A Simple & Dreamy Wedding in the Mountains, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

A Simple & Dreamy Wedding in the Mountains, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

A Simple & Dreamy Wedding in the Mountains, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Looking back, having a small wedding was the right fit for us, it saved a lot of money and allowed us to spend more on our guest accommodations.

A Simple & Dreamy Wedding in the Mountains, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

My advice: Plan your wedding to be exactly what you and your partner want it to be — try not to stress and don’t let the pressure from others sway how you plan your wedding. This day is yours, and it’s a celebration of you coming together as a married couple. Everyone who matters will respect and enjoy your wedding day exactly as you have it envisioned. Overall, just try to relax, enjoy the day because it’s over in the blink of an eye!

A Simple & Dreamy Wedding in the Mountains, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
Lauren’s RECOMMENDED VENDORS
Photographer: Jamye Chrisman Photography // Flowers: JH Flower Boutique // Dress: Blue by Enzoani // Hair & Makeup: Tanya Crocker Hair & Makeup // Ceremony: Schwabacher’s Landing, Grand Teton National Park

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A Mountain Wedding in Jackson Hole

From the bride, Lindsay: I wanted the first time we saw each other to be when I walked down the aisle. I love that we spent the time to write our own vows. It made it so personal and special. We wrote them together which was fun. We laughed a lot while doing it. It was nice to take some time to ourselves during the crazy week before the wedding. We just sat in our room and went over the reasons we love each other. I knew I would cry during the ceremony but I had no idea how much I would ball when we were practicing during our rehearsal. It was really special.

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 Advice: Don’t sweat the small stuff. If something doesn’t turn out exactly as you planned, don’t worry about it. Nobody will notice or probably even care. Everyone is there to help you celebrate your special day and have a good time. Relax and enjoy it, the time flies by.

Destination Wedding in Jackson Hole

CREDITS: Photographer: Logan Walker Photography   //  Venue: Teton Pines Country Club    //   Flowers:  Jackson Hole Flower Company

 

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A Fall Wedding in Jackson Hole

The gleaming colors of fall set the tone for Alexander and Charlotte’s mountain wedding in Jackson Hole. Although a rainy day, friends and family gathered from near and far to wish these two a happy life together. Golden-dipped feathers glittered above the ceremony and the dance floor, delicate succulents dotted the tables, and Charlotte’s stunning gown sparkled in the soft autumn light. A celebration of love and family in such a beautiful place makes for a day these two are sure to never forget.

   

THE WEDDING TEAM
Photographer:  Amy Galbraith Photography  //  Event Planner: Vibrant Events of Jackson Hole //  Floral Designer: Fleur De V  //  Dress Designer: Jenny Packham  //   Venue: Spring Creek

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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.

 

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An Intimate Winter Wedding in Jackson. Wyoming

 

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.

 

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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.

 

An Intimate Winter Wedding in Jackson. Wyoming

 

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.

 

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We couldn’t miss taking a few photos under the iconic antler arches all lit up with Christmas lights at twilight.  

 

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Looking back, I would allow more time at the reception, 2 1/2 hours was not enough!

 

An Intimate Winter Wedding in Jackson. Wyoming

 

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

A Wedding in the Grand Tetons

From the bride, Natalia: We choose to get married in the Grand Tetons because to us, there are no other mountains as impressive as the Grand Tetons – the prettiest place in the United States!

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We had burlap welcome bags filled with mountain treats (e.g jerky, smores) adorned with  tags of our favorite mountain quote, “ The mountains are calling and I must go” John Muir.

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Jackon Hole Wedding in the Tetons

We had our dogs with us for photos, and it was nice to have a dog sitter look after them so no one else had to. Jackon Hole Wedding in the Tetons

For our guest book, I had a wedding tree that guests added their thumbprints as leaves.

Jackon Hole Wedding in the Tetons

I had birdseed hearts hanging on Aspen branches as escort tags.

Jackon Hole Wedding in the Tetons

Our décor was simple with white and taupe lines and barn wood box flower arrangements.

Jackon Hole Wedding in the Tetons

Jackon Hole Wedding in the Tetons

My favorite reception details were the fireplace and the cake!

Jackon Hole Wedding in the Tetons

My advice: Take it slow! It goes by so fast. Even with only 32 people at the wedding, I still feel it was a blur. I was so happy to have a wedding video to see the events.

Jackon Hole Wedding in the Tetons

Natalie’s RECOMMENDED VENDORS

Ceremony Site: T.A.Moulton Barn, Grand Teton National Park.

Reception Site & Caterer: Hotel Terra. John Thomas and team made sure everything was perfect and beautiful. The food was great.

Event Planner: Vibrant Events of Jackson Hole. Virginia and Laurie provided great guidance along the way and kept things going smoothly on the day of.

Photographer: Jamye Chrisman Photography. Great photos! And she is really chill which helps when everyone else is going nuts.

Flowers: Gild the Lily Too. Loved my bouquet; it was white roses with deep purple calla lilies, eucalyptus, and lavender.

Cake: Jackson Cake Company. Monica is the best! Delicious and beautiful cake, and she made the smores for our welcome bags.

Musician: Judd Grossman. Love, love, love Judd. He is so awesome. I have had friends say how great he is to this day.

DJ: Jackson Hole DJ  //  Linens: BBJ  //  Chivari Chairs: Canvas Unlimited //  Wedding Gown: Wtoo by Watters from Felice Bridal //  Bridesmaid Dresses: Love Lane  //  Men’s Attire: Vera Wang from Men’s Wearhouse  //  Dog Sitter: Chasing Tails

Honeymoon Location: Fiji and New Zealand

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Just Us in Jackson Hole

Luxe Mountain Weddings Jackson Hole

Luxe Mountain Weddings Jackson Hole

 

From the Magazine: “Just Us” in Jackson Hole

This very intimate elopement took place as the sun was setting on the Grand Tetons.  In the words of the bride, ” …we eliminated the pressures of pleasing friends and family. Instead, we made the day, OUR day.”  Their inspiring story might just convince you to runaway to the mountains!


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 Photography by Arnica Spring  –  Read their story in the Magazine

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Meet Me in Jackson Hole

Luxe Mountain Weddings Magazine

 

Pulled from the pages of the Premiere Issue, this amazing wedding has it all… A majestic mountain backdrop, a soft and romantic color palette and lots of rustic touches.  All the Jackson Hole prettiness was captured by Carrie Patterson Photography.  You’ll definitely want to view this wedding in print… Order a copy of the Magazine HERE!

 

Weddings in Jackson Hole