Dorothy and John

Wednesday, December 7, 2011













A wedding in a winter wonderland? Maybe I've forgotten about how cold it can be, but I'm absolutely bewitched by this snow-covered celebration!

Dorothy and John were married at the Four Seasons in Jackson Hole, WY; in an nod to the striking winter landscape, their invitation suite by Carrot & Stick Press featured a single aspen branch. The bride wore an architectural Angel Sanchez gown paired with an Anya Hindmarch rabbit fur coat and silver Hunter wellies, while her maid of honor and flower girls wore dresses in shades of slate. Flower Hardware's Cecelia Heffernan composed bouquets of white and green ranunculus, dusty miller, silver berzilia, and ornithogalum, then filled low vases with garden roses, white tulips and dahlias. After an intimate ceremony, guests warmed up at dinner and delighted in a dessert buffet featuring berry and lemon tarts and a buttercream wedding cake.


Need to warm up after this wintery wedding (or stringing up Christmas lights)? Try this Flaming Brandy Punch I shared on Buckets and Bunches today!


Photos by Liz Banfield c/o Martha Stewart Weddings.

39 comments:

  1. Gorgeous!! I have recently become obsessed with the color grey....My my...those boots are fab!!

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  2. I was always anti-winter weddings, but seriously, the more I see them, the more I'm obsessing over them, and this is no exception!! Think if I get married in December someday, it'll magically snow in Austin? ;) A girl can dream! xoxoxo

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  3. LOVE her wellies. What a great wedding! xo

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  4. Wow! And I love those Hunter Wellies!

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  5. Winter weddings are really growing on me. Pure white snow, a fire glowing in the fireplace, beautiful Hunter boots... LOVE.

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  6. Every wedding you feature is always so beautiful, so timeless, so elegant!!!! This winter wedding is picture perfect!!!

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  7. I'm talkin' about a place where the beer flows like wine. Where beautiful women instinctively flock like the salmon of Capistrano. I'm talkin' about a little place called Aspen.

    Sorry couldn't resist ;) You know I love Hunters and wedding dresses. Beautiful!

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  8. This wedding looks beyond dreamlike, absolute bliss <3
    http://cupcakesandtreacle.blogspot.com/

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  9. I hate the cold, but I still find myself so in love with winter weddings! Beautiful!

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  10. This looks beautiful, and cold! But mostly beautiful!

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  11. eek! those silver hunter boots + wedding dress = winter wedding perfection. LOVE!

    xx

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  12. Absolutely gorgeous! The silver Hunters are the perfect touch!

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  13. The dress looks similar to Kathryn's from Snippet and Ink. Very pretty! xo

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  14. I always love the pictures of winter wonderland weddings but I dont think I could deal with that kind of cold and still look happy in my photos :)

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  15. I've had the top image pinned forever & I'm so happy to see the rest of this winter wedding! As a former winter Bride, I'm the BIGGEST fan of winter weddings :-)

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  16. This is so classy and beautiful. Like others have said, I've never thought much of winter weddings, but this proves that they can be awesome! xoxo

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  17. You had me at snow-covered Hunters...

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  18. wouldn't it be cool to have a Christmasy wedding? I feel like I've already mentioned this before.... ? oh well, I'm kind of obsessed and want someone to do it!

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  19. The fur coat ... the silver wellies ... love this bride's style!
    xx Lexi
    FASHION: Glitter & Pearls
    WEDDINGS: Glitter Weddings

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  20. Love it! Those wellies are too cute! xx

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  21. bewitching indeed! i love all the frosty white details. xoxo jillian:: cornflake dreams

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  22. Such an enchanting post. I love everything. The wellies are especially gorgeous. Thank you for sharing. xo

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  23. ah that first pic is my fav - so lovely!

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  24. So beautiful! I'm in love with those silver Hunter boots.

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  25. I went to one wedding on the spring soltice, at dawn. The ice and snow ankle deep and the day turned out frozen and gray -..before and after dawn. The ceremony was out doors on the patio of a small restaurant that was thankfully full of coffee and mulled cider, but the bride and groom and all the guests were frozen. All those beautiful shoes were stained from water and rock salt. In my opinion if you want winter make it indoors with beautiful windows at least so the bitter that cold can be, doesn't run amok through your vows.

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  26. Oh my word. STUNNING. That first shot needs to be blown up and framed. Absolute perfection! xoxo

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  27. beautiful images... i was talking to my sister about those wellies today!!!

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  28. whoa! that is one of the most beautiful churches I have ever seen- love the cabin-like feel of it!

    hope you are doing so well, Lena! I have been a bit of a blog slacker but have been thinking of you! much love to SF :)

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  29. Those boots! Oh my, what gorgeous inspiration for a lovely winter wedding:)

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  30. Can I have a wedding for every season? This definitely makes me want a winter wedding! So pretty - I love her silver Hunters!

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  31. there is something so romantic about a winter wedding

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  32. Got those same Hunters...silvered..and green..and black..Ok, I am addicted!
    But the fact is that..I miss you Lena!!!!
    Hugs and hugs.
    Laura@RicevereconStile

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  33. Hahaha, got to love a wellie wedding :)

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  34. this is so lovely! My sister lives in the mountains in WY and wants a pretty wintry rustic wedding...and she wants water bottle favors, just like the ones in this wedding:) Love.

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