Gwen and Matt enjoyed a Fall Elopement at Wedding Tree. They were married by Pastor Ray in a simple Christian wedding ceremony.
During the ceremony, they realized the rings had been left in the car. Her brother in law ran back to the car to get them, and while we waited we were blessed with the music stylings from Ray. It was actually a lot of fun to see him do something he enjoys doing. I hadn’t heard him sing during any other ceremonies, and he usually doesn’t. So it was a treat to get to hear it! I don’t remember what song he sang, but it was beautiful.
After their Fall Elopement at Wedding Tree, we took wedding portraits at Schwabacher’s Landing. Then we went up to one of the turnouts for a first dance and champagne pop. Apparently the champagne was whatever was cheapest at the store and not very good, so we got some great faces. but I don’t blame them for not wanting to spend much money on a drink that mostly gets sprayed around. As long as it’s bubbly it does it’s job when it comes out of the bottle.
There’s so many great location choices in the Tetons. However, when we’re planning your timeline, I recommend sticking with locations that are fairly close to each other so you don’t spend a lot of extra time in the car driving around on your wedding day. The three locations that we used for this couple were all within 30 minutes total driving of each other. This means we get to spend more time taking photos and less getting to the places. Some of my favorite locations to recommend together are Schwabacher’s Landing, Mormon Row, and Wedding Tree. They are clustered in the same area which makes travel access easy.
Contact me today about booking your Jackson Hole Wedding. Whether you’re getting married in the park or want a location in another outdoor area, I can help you decide the best spots. Send me a message and let’s get started planning your Jackson Hole wedding photography together!