A Formal Winter Wedding in Jackson Hole, Wyoming
The Bride and Groom
Snow-dusted spruces provide an otherworldly backdrop for the bride, in an Angel Sanchez gown, and groom.
The Bride's Bouquet
For the bride's lush bouquet, Flower Hardware's Cecelia Heffernan mingled white-and-green French ranunculus, dusty miller foliage, silver berzillia, and ornithogalum.
Flower girl Lyla Denny, 6, wears an ivory cashmere cardigan from the Magic Wardrobe.
White and green flowers create a modern and rustic bouquet for the maid of honor to carry.
Let It Snow
Dorothy, snowbound, in silver Hunter boots.
Maid of Honor
The bride (in an Anya Hindmarch fur) gets a squeeze from maid of honor Stormy Stokes Hood.
A spare gray aspen branch adorns the invitation by Carrot & Stick Press.
The two flower girls grasp onto their miniature bouquets as they are ready to walk down the aisle.
The snow-covered church where Dorothy and John were married.
One of the beautiful centerpieces and a place card decorated with a photo of a mountain to tie in with the location and theme of the wedding.
Cake as well as small treats were served to guests as part of the dessert bar.
The couple having their first dance as husband and wife.
The outdoorsy couple gave water bottles with their initials on them as favors for the wedding guests.
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