Intimate Grand Teton Wedding in Jackson Hole | Amy Galbraith Blog

Intimate Grand Teton Wedding in Jackson Hole

bride and groom walking along river at schwabacher's landing in grand teton national park

What a treat it was to photograph Laura and Andrew’s intimate Grand Teton wedding in Jackson Hole. No more than 40 of their closest friends and family traveled from all over the country to witness the couple saying their “I dos”. The ceremony took place at one of the most beautiful places to elope in Jackson Hole, Schwabacher’s Landing alongside the Snake River. Laura’s family is full of incredibly talented musicians who sang for the couple during the ceremony. A small chorus filled the air as everyone gazed at the stunning Teton views before them. After the Grand Teton wedding, everyone made their way up to The Granary at Spring Creek Ranch for a mountain top dinner and cocktail hour. Everyone enjoyed local fare of elk and bison and sipped signature cocktails while taking in the views of a cotton-candy colored sunset over the mountains. When the sun went down, everyone went upstairs to enjoy local jazz artists that play weekly on Friday nights at the bar. It was all so perfect for this mountain-loving duo who met while participating in a backpacking group. They love spending their spare time together trekking through the mountains across various parts of the country. I can’t thank them enough for trusting me to capture this very special day for them.

WEDDING TEAM
Wedding Planner: Parker Thomas Events
Hair & Makeup: Jenny B Artistry
Post-Ceremony Dinner & Cocktails: The Granary

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