Randee and Zach’s August wedding in Jackson Hole Wyoming

We love getting to work in new places and have new challenges, Randee and Zach’s wedding was no exception. Jackson Hole, Wyoming is beautiful and the Diamond Cross Ranch where Randee and Zach tied the knot made for an amazing backdrop for this beautiful wedding.

The ceremony had the most amazing view of the Grand Tetons. Staying with the rustic feel of the wedding we used burlap to swag the arch as well as down the aisle. Moss buckets were filled with ivory florals and hung from hooks down the aisle.

Randee’s bouquet was composed of a rich mix of vendela roses, garden roses, blushing brides, freesia and sweet pea, accented with some navy privet berries and green fern leaves to bring in her wedding colors. Since we are such texture lovers we wrapped her bouquet with burlap, covered it in lace and than added a jewel embellishment that had some pewter floral stitching.

The bridesmaids had the same mix of roses but than we added in poppy pods and thistle to make the bouquets colorful and texturally rich. The flower girl carried a moss purse accented with lace and a jewel buckle.

For the reception we used two different design ideas. One was a large wood box filled with floral and the other was a grouping of vases, jars and bottles all containing mini arrangements. We accented votive candles with navy lace and placed them on all of the tables. Rosemary was placed at each setting for a little added touch. 

Thank you Randee and Zach for letting us be part of your special day. It was an amazing experience and we feel so fortunate to have been a part of it.

Pictures by Artistic Imaging.

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