As a Jackson Hole photographer, I have been blessed to work with some incredible couples. I’m able to capture elopements, weddings, and engagements alike. Recently, I have worked with couples capturing their surprise proposals, and they always have Jackson Hole Charcuterie there to celebrate. It’s a great way to bring the entire event together, while supporting another local small business!
Throughout the last few months, I have been a part of some incredible proposal in the beautiful Teton Mountains. It’s been such a fun experience being able to capture love and be in on the secret. When planning a proposal I always love when there is an element to experience after the big question. Insert Jackson Hole Charcuterie!
Jackson Hole Charcuterie run by owner Sarah Carroll is more than just a fun treat! It’s an experience that is crafted specifically to you and your partner’s likes and dislikes. Sarah creates incredibly beautiful and interactive plates of food to bring people together and celebrate together. Her boxes feature dried fruits, cheese, vegetables, bread and so much more. This business started off as more of a hobby, and way to be creative and share her talent with friends and family. It quickly took off and has been incredibly successful! So many couples rave about Sarah and her charcuterie boards!
Sarah Carroll offers her clients incredible options for savory and sweet charcuterie boards. She has even began using locally grown produce in her business. She also offers multiple size options to perfectly fit your needs, between a $35 mini board, and a $65 medium sized board. The smaller board serves one to three people (perfect for a proposal) with options for a meats, fresh and dried fruits, nuts, olives, bread, vegetables, honey, crackers, sweets, and garnish! The larger box comes with a few more options for cheeses, and the above additions as well!
Being a small business herself, Carroll hopes to support other local businesses and use their products in her business as well. As a local Jackson Hole photographer, I love cheering on other small businesses, and seeing a community grow is incredible.