We’re stunned by this mountain wedding on our wedding blog today with its magnificent views, gorgeous couple, and sweet moments (like when it rained on the ceremony as the bride and groom exchanged vows!)! Surrounded by trees and set at the romantic Stein Eriksen Lodge, the bride described the location as woodsy and magical. The whole day combined class and a rustic mountain feel with flowers that looked picked straight from the wild and fireplaces scattered along the ballroom. And just because we can’t leave out any of the enchantment, listen to how the groom proposed and see why a mountain wedding was the perfect choice:
Bryce proposed in the perfect way. He built a set that looked like an enchanted forest on a stage and then got a snow machine that started snowing as soon as we walked out onto the stage and all the lights came on. When we first started dating I told him I wanted
something special to happen while the song Dancing in the Moonlight‖ was playing, and sure enough, that’s the song that starts
playing as the snow falls and he gets down on one knee.
Be sure to check out their wedding video as well!
Photographer: Pepper Nix
Ceremony Location: Stein Eriksen Lodge
Flowers: Artisan Bloom
Cake Designer: Stein Eriksen Lodge
Videographer: Ryan Hinman
DJ: Craig Chambers
Dress designer: Pronovias
Makeup Artist: Alias Professional
Bridesmaids dresses: Joanna August
Groom’s Clothes: Joseph A. Banks
6 responses to “Rustic Mountain Wedding”
WOWWWW!! The mountains. Her dress. It’s so amazing!!
What a beautiful wedding and bride!
I need her dress and hair please.
one of my favorite color combinations for a wedding! Lately i have been loving the blush!
The details in this bride’s dress are just absolutely stunning!