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High in Jackson Hole

High in Jackson HoleMary Welch2019-03-18T12:39:31-05:00

Project Description

When planning where to say “I do,” Mallory and Rex knew they wanted to welcome friends and family to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The summer soirée was held at Moose Head Ranch, which offers gorgeous views and the relaxed environment the couple hoped for.

The bride was the epitome of elegance in a Vera Wang ball gown with long sleeves and a voluminous tulle skirt for the laid-back alfresco ceremony. Bridesmaids wore mismatched dresses in soft shades, while groomsmen donned grey suits. Friends and family sat on barrels of hay on both sides of a grassy aisle lined with wildflowers to witness the sweet nuptials.

The celebration continued beneath a white tent. Rustic wood tables left bare of linens were surrounded by wooden vineyard chairs with ivory cushions. Low centerpieces composed of greenery and soft-hued blooms decorated tables, which were numbered with raw-edge stationery held aloft by tree-branch slices. Each guest’s place was designated with a river rock emblazoned with calligraphy, and place settings showcased colored goblets and flatware tied with dusty rose velvet ribbons. The evening was spent enjoying great conversation and delectable fare, as well as dancing and mingling at alfresco lounge areas adorned with hides and tufted furniture.