From earth-tone flower arrangements to complement the winter season to a beautiful couple, the styled shoot hosted by Wilder Events Co. at Granlibakken Tahoe offers plenty of inspiration for a winter wedding.
Although the shoot was held January 13, the 2017-18 winter season had been unseasonably dry up until that point. There was little snow to be found, but thanks to the tenacity of the photographer, Charissa Cooper, a snowy patch was found, and the bride & groom made their way out into the woods for some snowy shots.
This shoot was designed to complement Granlibakken Tahoe’s wooded mountain setting, and everything from the earthy, textural floral arrangements done by Flower Mama to the whimsical bridal gown provided by Epiphany Boutique, Carmel, left us in awe.Rose Quartz Cakery provided the wedding cake and macaroons, proving that pastels aren’t only for summer. The tableware by Chairs + Cupswas elegant, and the calligraphy done by Fine Print Design Studio added a picture-perfect touch to the sweetheart table. The jewelry provided by Pavé Fine Jewelry was simple, elegant, and refined, and Locks Lashes, & Lips helped the bride and groom look their best for the shoot.
Huge credit goes to Charissa Cooper Photography, who captured the day. She not only found some snow to create some wintery wedding images during a dry January day, she also captured so many fun moments between the bride and groom that helped to make the shoot unique.
Granlibakken Tahoe offers 50% off venue fees for winter weddings from November through April. Host your special day in the majestic forest surrounding North Lake Tahoe, where snow or no snow, the colors, vistas, and setting are stunning.
Event Coordination & Design Wilder Events Co. / Hotels/Accommodations Granlibakken Tahoe / Photography Charissa Cooper Photography / Cake Rose Quartz cakery / Tableware Chairs + Cups / Calligraphy Fine Print Design Studio / Jewelry Pave Fine Jewelry / Hair and Make up Locks Lashes and Lips / Flowers Flower Mama / Model Kalista De Hart / Model Colton Fountain