Well here we are…the final reveal. It started with an idea, and then a whole group of talented vendors added their creative touches. It truly was a labor of love so be sure to scroll down to the bottom for all of the details. If you’re a bride looking for some vintage inspiration for a mountain wedding, then you’ve come to the right place. Stay tuned next week for instructions on the some of the DIY projects we incorporated into this shoot. Enjoy!
Special thanks to:
Our real couple, Dean & Nadine Adams, for being so easy-going and so fabulous.
Nicole Westerlund for designing the stationary products for the shoot. Her “tree ring” theme translated into so many aspects of the shoot.
Shea Brown of Hue Hair Salon + Eco Boutiq, for a fantastic job on hair and make-up
Sarah of Sarah Mayerson Designs for providing our gorgeous florals.
Catherine at Great Events for the elegant chiavari chairs, linens and tableware that added to our “wedding-scape”.
Paradise Lodge for allowing us to do some shooting at their lovely facility. Their quaint little mountain cabins were at the heart of the inspiration for this shoot.
Other locations: Chateau Lake Louise & a private residence.
My assistant Carol, for working tirelessly on this project.