Bright, vibrant decor added to the property of this renovated summer camp for Carrie & Rebecca’s colorful summer wedding.
How she asked: Carrie didn’t hold back! We go to Park City, Utah about once a year and it has become a special place for us. So, naturally January rolled around and we were off to the mountains! One day we woke up and Carrie told me we were going snowmobiling, being from Vermont myself I was very familiar and very excited. The day was brisk with a light flurry. We drove to the location, got on our snowmobiles and road up a mountain with a guide. Once at the top the guide gave us some time alone, which I later found out was planned. Carrie asked me to get off and make snow angels with her, I, suspecting nothing started playing gleefully in the snow. Carrie got my attention when she attempted to get on one knee, the snow was probably 6 ft deep, and pulled a ring box out of her pocket. She proposed with her mother’s engagement ring that her parents has graciously passed down to us. It was an insanely magical moment.
From the planner: Because they’re creatives (Rebecca is a jewelry designer and Carrie is a chef), they were very detail-oriented and knew exactly what they wanted, but they also didn’t let the planning stress them out. Together they had incredibly good vibes that carried throughout the entire wedding planning adventure. It was so much fun to work with them which made it so gratifying to see their wedding weekend come together. Carrie and Rebecca’s wedding was at the end of pride week which made their celebration even more special. They didn’t want it to seem like a traditional wedding, they just wanted their friends and family to have a good time and celebrate them.
Photographer: Lindsay Brown//Dress Designer: Watters//Invitation Designer: Suitesmith//Photo Booth Equipment: The Bosco Booth//Beauty: MG Hair & Makeup//Band: Elan Artists- Suit and Tie//Event Designer: Rye Workshop//Reception Venue: Cedar Lakes Estate