The guests departed from the gorgeous chapel in the woods to then step on to a gondola, with a “morin-ita” in hand, to take a breathtaking trip up the mountain to the reception. Once at the top of the mountain, guests were greeted with the “pixel” initial sign with D+B. It was a fun one too, we made that out of plain cardboard boxes outlined in duck tape!
The most important design element that Brit wanted to go crazy with was our ceiling installation. We hung square paper lanterns in our color scheme then strung LOTS and LOTS of “pixel garlands” in between hung by twine. It was spectacular in person, I wish everyone could have seen it!!
Other fun details we brought in were LED party glasses, cowboy boot beer mugs (instead of bouquet and garter toss, they did a chug off), LED ice cubes were placed in the cocktails, a pixel rope backdrop for the cupcake station (guests decorated their own cupcakes then Brit and Dave judged them and chose winners), and my personal fave: the raw lightbulb food station signs. I LOVED these, even though transporting them via plane, then rental car, then loading them up the gondola to get them into the venue was quite an adventure
Go check out their feature including their wedding video on Green Wedding Shoes, it’s amazing!
photography: David Stubbs
venue: Chapel of the Transfiguration + Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
event design: Jesi Haack
event planner: Elizabeth Kelleher
bouquet design: Brit Morin (Tutorial)
centerpiece design: Jesi Haack
wedding dress: Monique Lhullier (Meriah) – which she is selling! Excellent condition – $5k or best offer
cinematography: Elysium Productions
cupcakes: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
Pixel People cake topper: Sweet and Saucy Shop