What was originally going to be a different day of adventures in spring of 2020 was flipped, flopped and switched-up on these two, and they handled with the utmost grace. I have had the joy of getting to know Laura over the past year and watching her during this crazy year, and I couldn’t be more impressed or grateful that these two people chose to have me as a part of this combination day of Teton Pass, Wedding Tree, and Jackson Hole Vintage Adventures intimate wedding.
Beyond that, they put all their trust into me, and we’re SO incredibly kind this spring when we were all facing major change and uncomfortable times. It takes an incredibly wonderful set of humans to put THEIR special day on hold, and still come to their vendors with kindness and care for us as well. I really can’t say how much it meant to me, and how much relief it brought in a difficult time for small businesses.
Now, back to the real fun.
We started the morning hiking Teton Pass as the sun rose into the mountains, all three featured from our viewpoint. Laura changed in the woods, and I lovingly dubbed her the queen of Teton Pass because… well, look at her! Incredible! They had their first look in the morning glow, before we headed to the Wedding Tree to celebrate their marriage with their closest family.
After a beautiful morning wedding, we brunched at the Wildflower Lodge (incredible food, and place!) and enjoyed the warming temps and laid-back energy of these two. After a break to rest-up, we all regrouped and met with Jackson Hole Vintage Adventures team for a sunset boat cruise on the Snake River down to their camp for an incredible dinner and final celebration of these two amazing people.
Special thanks to Laura and Tim, first and foremost, for being all that you are. To Jackson Hole Vintage Adventures, for the hospitality, scenic views and excellent food. To Lindsay, for this beauty of a cake. To my gal Chloe for her magic wizardry with florals, and teamwork with Cara for XoWyoandCo. Thanks to the Wildflower Lodge for their amazing hospitality and food as well. Dress #1 by Costarellos, and Dress #2 by Zimmerman.