The bride a groom planned a fall elopement in November 2020, but nature had a something different in mind. Their special day became a winter elopement in Lake Arrowhead, California.
From the photographer: “Jasmine and Justin are used to things not going as planned and rolled with this winter storm! We had fun walking through the fresh snow for some amazing pictures.”
From the bride: “We were inspired by the woodland environment. We had a color palette based on fall, which included dark mint, beige, orange, and dusty rose. For the cake, we wanted to include a family of deer, and I thought it would be cute to sprinkle powered sugar on them, so it would look like it’s snowing.”
From the bride: “We were originally planning to incorporate dried flowers in our wedding ceremony outside. However, the snow was enough decoration for us. Our reception took place inside the cabin and the flowers mostly included dried flowers, such as bunny tails, baby breaths, pampas grass, and eucalyptus.”
From the bride: “We also included items from our home, such as brass candle holders and long candles, chalk boards, mason jars, our engagement photos, and fake soap pastries to trick guests. The photo booth station was the cabins fireplace, were we decorated with fairy lights, a just married decor sign, and our photos.”