All slideshow images by Alison White of www.alisonwhitephotgraphy.com
Tara + Riley wanted BIG and COLORFUL for their awesome Mountain Wedding in Crested Butte. Incorporating feathers, antlers, and aspen was a way to pay homage to the two Texans love of hunting. The boutonnieres used empty shot gun shells as anchors for the red and white blooms while the bride requested a large scale, wild, cascading bouquet of white, yellow, orange and red with natural pheasant feathers. The maids also had a wild + free look with pheasant feathers and big colorful local dahlias to stand out against their all gold sequin dresses. The scope also included design and construction of an extra large wedding arch dripping with flowers and crowned with the couples’ own trophy elk skull, entry arrangements, a flower topped cake arbor with a diamond backdrop, all white flowers for cake decorating, ceremony barrel toppers, and burlap aisle runner rental. What fun!