A Jackson Hole Winter Wedding by the Teton Mountains.

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Grand Teton National Park

We LOVE a Jackson Hole winter wedding.

Inspired by a snowy wonderland, this magical ceremony, photographed by Foxtails Photography and planned by Foxtails Weddings, channeled a cozy winter vibe. The classic and western styles, intertwined with the wintery aesthetics, were the perfect fusion for this intimate wedding. The snowy Teton Mountains were also a seamless backdrop for their wedding at JH Mountain Top Rentals ranch.

Braving the cold temperatures, guests took up just four wooden benches, as they witnessed a romantic union. A cowboy with his guitar even serenaded the couple throughout their ceremony.

Grand Teton National Park

Winter Wedding Adventure

After the Jackson Hole winter wedding ceremony, Amanda and Marc embarked on a brief adventure. Straying not too far from a charming, rustic cabin, we set the stage for their first set of photographs as newlyweds. Breathtaking views, seen on their walk across the Grand Teton National Park, contributed to beautiful, authentic moments that were captured in still photographs. Showcasing their genuine personalities, Amanda and Marc enjoyed their sunset photos in a way that exemplified their fun, loving relationship. Because we want our couple to be true to who they are!

Even after the photo shoot, their special day was still far from over.

What’s a Jackson Hole winter wedding without a cozy reception? A stunning, intimate dinner took place at The Four Seasons nearby. The venue, equipped with a fireplace, set the mood for the evening. Radiant florals by JH Flower boutique accentuated the wooden panels seen throughout. The table setting was simple, yet romantic, and accommodated the small party that attended.

From their custom, Kemo Sabe hats to the classic Jenny Yoo gown, the bride and groom’s attire were as striking as the Iconic Teton Mountains. The way that their looks complimented each other, as well as the environment, was all in the details. Amanda had her hair and Make up styled in an updo by Tanya Crocker that fit perfectly with their cowboy hats. Perfect finishing touch for their beautifully styled, Jackson Hole winter wedding.

Ready for your own winter wedding?

Especially one in Jackson? Send over an inquiry and let’s make your dream wedding happen! >> SAY HELLO <<

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