A woodsy wedding near the Big Horn Mountains

Maria and her love live in North Dakota but planned a destination wedding in Sheridan, WY last summer. She wanted something with neutral colors and a woodsy feel. We used birch bark containers and some of her favorite succulents in her bouquet. They had a party with all their friends at the Big Horn Equestrian Center on a smoky August afternoon. Thanks to KEskury Photography for capturing these images.

Something for the men.

Those first look vibes…

Wedding Squad Goals

Because family is everything.

Maria requested a special arrangement to honor the memory of her mother made with her favorites - sunflowers. These creamy pale yellow ones were a knockout.

For the party

Congratulations you two!

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A Brightly Colored Polo Club Wedding

2018 was a year full of varied color palette - such a treat! Unlike past years with back to back repeating themes, no two weekends were alike. Jake and Tiffany choose a bright color scheme with hot pink and orange highlighted with purple for their wedding and reception at the Big Horn Equestrian Center. I used a few types of roses and spray roses along with purple clematis nestled into a variety of eucalyptus.

Thanks to Cabel Notebloom Photography for capturing these images!

A Dayton Wedding in Blush

Ashley is a flower lover like me and a friend of Anastasia - a 2017 bride. She planned a simple family wedding in Dayton, WY and wanted lush greenery with a touch of blush which I was more than happy to oblige! You’d never guess from these pictures but it was one of the hottest days of the summer and well over 100*’s at ceremony time.

Thankful for these photos captured by Braidyn Looper Photography.