Aubrey Atlas of the uber fabulous stationery team Atlas & Campbell recently wed her dapper beau, Nick, in a wedding that is just absolutely stunning. Of course, you can’t expect any less from a vendor in the industry…especially when it’s someone as crazy talented as Aubrey! Her wedding (along with a really great description and ALL the vendor details) was featured on Style Me Pretty, but I couldn’t resist sharing a few extra photos that weren’t featured. To see more, be sure to check out the SMP feature…it’s totally worth the click!!!
Abby Ross took these GORGEOUS images…so get ready to eat your heart out!
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It’s rather unusual that I get a chance to see a beautiful mountain wedding, so it’s always exciting when one pops up in the inbox. Jen and Toffy’s wedding, shot by Floataway Studio, has a really unassuming, simplicity to it. The scenery at Parallax Restaurant at McCoy Station on Mammoth Mountain naturally lends itself to a rustic sensibility.
Here’s a little info about the wedding from the bride:
We did almost everything ourselves, from the welcome bags to the wood veneer programs, song books, invitations, Save the Dates, rehearsal dinner invitations, etc. We also decorated the church and reception sites ourselves the day before and the morning of the wedding.My friend Danny made the toffee favors from scratch, and Toffy’s parents donated all the brownies in the welcome bags and at the reception hot cocoa station from their bakery Sugar House in the Philippines. All the vintage books were discards from my high school library. The birch accents were collected by my dad in Ohio and flown out along with all the mason jars and vintage/antique bottles on the reception tables.
So thrilled to feature Christa and Jason’s romantic wintry wedding by Simply Bloom Photography! I know we’re slowly letting go of the frost, but as this is likely our last winter hoorah, I think we’re going out with a bang. Oh how I adore the bride’s hairpiece. Oh…and all the creamy furry caplets, ear muffs and gloves. Winter never looked warmer.
Sometimes, if you want to see your wedding/photography on a wedding blog, all you need is a drop dead gorgeous location. Location, location, location. There aren’t any details here. Nor are there any getting ready photos or pictures of the favors. No, my sweet readers. There is just a snowy landscape and a gorgeous bride and groom. That’s all it took for me to insist of sharing Josh’s images from Bella Grace Studios.
I don’t think it’s possible for the Marvimon House to produce an ugly wedding. I think it’s a conspiracy of some sort. While I work on figuring out the conspiracy, take a look at these beautiful details sent over by Annie McElwain. If I’m not mistaken, Annie’s work was recently featured in Real Simple Weddings Magazine (on newsstands now!), so be sure to check her out!
I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again…there’s something about a black tux. It’s just classic sexy. It’s gotta be a good quality tux. We’re not talking high school prom rental. We’re talking James Dean heart throb tux. I don’t know. Call me crazy, but a tux just does it for me.
Which brings me to Amanda and Tait’s wedding. On New Year’s Eve. With LOTS of black. And furry caplets. In the snow. Need I say more? Oh…but I do. John Sharpe Photography is the talent behind this wintery perfection and I’m so thankful he sent over such a delightful wedding!