Ashley and Mitch brought their friends and family together from all over the world for their “wild west” black tie event. Ashley, originally from Montana, and Mitch originally from Australia, wanted to give their guests a unique American West experience. The hosted an entire week of events from an authentic BBQ and Rodeo to a signature Australian recovery day party. Their Jackson Hole Destination Wedding is one of our favorite projects to date, as it fully captured their chic city style while staying true to their roods.
Their wedding had so many gorgeous and personal details it is hard to say which were our favorites. To start, their wedding style was perfection. Ashley wore a dress by french designer Rime Arodaky while Mitch wore a custom suit and Gucci Bolo tie. Both wore coordinating Stetson Cowboy hats and boots. They stayed true to their country roots while playing the New York City chic role.
They knew they wanted their Jackson Hole Destination Wedding to have a bit of an edge. For them, that meant infusing chic and modern details to a rustic setting. While the tables and chairs were rustic, we opted for chic modern flatware and classic vintage glassware to complete the table design. The table was adorned with moody blooms in bud vases and dark toned taper candles to create an intimate glow. The top of the tent was adorned with what we now call floating tumbleweeds – a look that was both abstract and country. We adore their country chic style and feel so lucky to have been part of their day!
This wedding will be seen in the pages of Rocky Mountain Bride December 2019