Beth & Aaron | May 2017 | High West Distillery at Blue Sky Ranch

This laid-back wedding at the High West Distillery at Blue Sky Ranch was so charming–
The decor was rustic & relaxed, fitting the theme of Western Romance.
We love when couples want to be a little less “traditional” with their plans! This sweet couple didn’t want ANY formalities at their wedding. The bride hates being the center of attention, so they avoided all traditional fanfare. No first dances, no toasts, and certainly no grand entrance. They walked into their ceremony casually after all guests had been seated–no official processional, just walking in together. They even got ready together in their suite at the St. Regis. About a month before the wedding, they did decide they wanted a wedding cake–mostly just so they could eat cake and take home cake leftovers! So we ordered one from Snow Park Bakery. They were to have no official cake cutting ceremony–no announcement–but rather, they casually walked over to the cake together and cut it quickly so no one would see. The photographer was able to capture it though 🙂
A highlight of the night was the distillery tour, led by High West staff. Love the sweet moments captured by the photographer as the bride and groom enjoyed a quiet moment together just hours after making their marriage official.
Thank you for letting us be apart of your beautiful wedding, Beth & Aaron! Congrats again!



Decor & Wedding Planning | Harvest Moon Events
Photographer | Bobbi Tolman
Officiant | Bob Goldberg
Floral | La Fleur
Wedding Signage | Lettering by Linney
Hair & Make-Up | Signature Brides
Band | The Gatsbys
Ceremony Music | Strings of Elegance
Cake | Snow Park Bakery
Transportation | Snow Country Transportation
Venue, Catering & Bar | High West Distillery at Blue Sky Ranch

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