A wedding day can be intricately planned and organized, but many events simply cannot be controlled—weather, for better or worse, is top of this list.When weather arrives with a pleasant surprise (versus a daunting one), it casts a beautiful tone to the wedding day. On December 5, 2015 snow flurried romantically in the Rocky Mountain air as Marianne Miller and Mark Davidovich walked out the Beaver Creek chapel as husband and wife. The snow felt like a wedding gift from Mother Nature which added so much excitement and magic to the day.
The snow became an ideal accessory for the bride and groom’s wedding day looks. Marianne looked beautiful in a satin sheath, sashed with a bow in back, and fitted up top with lace through the arms and up to a high neck. The lace sleeves were later replaced with a stunning fur wrap the bride wore into the reception. Mark dressed in mountain chic attire wearing a festive yet sophisticated navy and green plaid sport coat. It was the perfect accent of color and holiday cheer for the season!
Marianne and Mark said ‘I do’ in the iconic Beaver Creek Chapel. The altar and aisles adorned with dainty white floral accenting the vaulted wood ceilings. This theme was seen later in the Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch ballroom where long tables were topped with neutral toned linens and baby’s breath arrangements propped on birch. Surrounding round tables were topped with smaller white and green floral arrangements scattered strategically together at the table center. From the seated dinner, memorable toasts, dancing, and sparkler exit, this winter wedding day holds a special place in our hearts even four years later.
John Cain Photography
Beaver Creek Chapel
Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch