Joy & Kyle | February 2016 | Lookout Cabin

Excited to share another LEAP YEAR wedding we helped plan this past February!  Joy and Kyle were married at the top of Lookout Peak at Park City Mountain on a perfect winter’s evening.  All guests arrived via snowcat drawn sleigh and were greeted with 360 views of snowcapped peaks. A huge thank you to Angie, with Bacio Photography, for capturing all these blissful moments!

The couple chose to do their ‘first look’ about a month before the wedding, which gave them the opportunity to go off-site and get some really incredible shots at sunset! Not to mention, Joy was able to have her hair trial & test out her bouquet before the big day… Fortunately she was very happy with both!

Their colors were red, white, silver & black, bringing a bit of glam to the mountains. The guys looked dapper in their red scarves & the ladies looked classic in their fur shawls. The “snow-bearers” were the absolute cutest, tossing sprigs of white baby’s breath down the aisle and the cake fit the style perfectly, as a ‘black-tie meets bride’ classic — Carrie’s Cakes never disappoints!

There is also nothing quite like a winter’s sparkler send-off onto a decked out sleigh with fur blankets & a just married banner… A perfect end to the evening!

Congrats again Kyle & Joy!! It was our pleasure assisting with your beautiful winter wedding. Wishing you two many years of happiness!

 

SERVICES PROVIDED BY
Floral, Decor, Planning & Day-Of Coordination | Harvest Moon Events
Photographer | Bacio Photography
Officiant | Rev. Craig Gordon
Ceremony & Reception Music | DJ Rob Ferre
Cake | Carrie’s Cake
Hair & Make-up | Jessica Grambau
Venue & Dining | Lookout Cabin, Park City

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