I've been looking forward to Jay + Kyle's Alaskan Crow Creek Mine wedding for almost a year. We chatted on the phone last summer and as soon as Jay mentioned that they might be looking into getting a helicopter to land on a glacier for their bride + groom portraits, my eyes turned into giant hearts. Fast forward to their big day and not only did we get to fly out to a glacier for their bride + groom portraits, but we also got to take the tram up to the top of Alyeska Resort for wedding party photos (and, of course, a few more shots of just the two of them, because how can you not with that view?).
Their day was so beautiful and perfect. Even the weather, which had been rainy and gross all week, played along and was sunny and warm. As Jay was getting ready I learned that her mom was in the other room putting the finishing touches on the wedding gown that she'd made. Yeah, her mom MADE that dress. Incredible. The ceremony was both rustic and elegant, and the whole evening was relaxed and joyful. It was such a pleasure to capture their wedding. If anyone else wants to hop in a Helicopter, floatplane, ski plane, or any other type of flying-mobile to get to their portrait location, count me in, because it was seriously the most fun thing ever.
Dress + Veil: Made by Bride's Mom
Bridal bouquet: Made by the bride
Ceremony/ Reception Venue: Crow Creek Mine
Day of Coordinator: Laura Wilson with La Boum Events
Cake: Fire Island Bakery
Catering: Wes Masters Catering
Bridesmaids Dresses: Monique Lhuillier, Bella Bridesmaids
Groom Attire: Charles Tyrwhitt Morning Suit
Groomsmen Attire: Michael Kors, rented from menguin.com
Favors: Alderwood smoked sea salt made by the groom's father, Mike
Second Photographer: Grace Adams Photography