Two years ago, these love birds tied the knot in a beautiful southern wedding. They traveled to the west for their honeymoon and booked a wedding portrait photography session with me. Since then, they have made it a tradition to get Jackson Hole anniversary photos. Last year, we adventured around in a popular snowshoe location and quickly wished we had rented some of our own. It was such a fun session anyways, but glad we went a little more tame this year. If you’re thinking about having Jackson Hole anniversary photos taken, you’ve come to the right place! Let’s check out these two awesome locations for winter sessions.
Jackson Hole Anniversary Photos
First, we started at Cache Creek Trailhead. It’s on the outskirts of town, just past the Snow King resort. It’s a popular location for people to take their dogs for some exercise. There are also great trails year round for activities. This is a location I’ve used once before for a last minute elopement. It’s perfect for the cloudy days when you can’t see the Teton mountain range anyways. Because it doesn’t have a view of the Tetons, it’s one of my least popular location options for couples. But I love that Mattie and Hunter always want something out of the norm!
Anniversary Photos at Antler Arches
After spending some of our portrait session at Cache Creek, we headed to the town square. If you’re not familiar, Jackson Hole has famous Elk Antler Arches on the four corners of the Town Square. Because of the amount of traffic surrounding the square, and other factors, we usually just grab a few shots here. Because the town holds such a special place in their hearts, we wanted to include this iconic monument in their Jackson Hole Anniversary Photos.
If you’re on the fence about whether or not to book your own photography session, reach out to me and let’s chat about options and ideas. Better than any regular souvenir, Jackson Hole Anniversary Photos are a fantastic way to remember your trip. Let’s document this special trip for you!