An Alaskan Wedding in Shades of Green
Updated: Oct 22, 2019
Meet Kimmy and Andrew, one of our adorable couples who were married out in Girdwood, Alaska. Girdwood is a popular destination for Alaska weddings. Not only is it a quaint ski town with adorable charm, and ski bums for lively local chat, but it is also home to Alyeska Resort. A beautiful hotel nestled in a gorgeous mountain valley. Kimmy and Andrew said their vows at the ever gorgeous Our Lady of the Snows Chapel in a Catholic ceremony. Following the ceremony, guests moved over to the Alyeska Resort, Kahiltna Ballroom. The natural Alaskan elements continued with hand made escort cards from river rocks and a card box with snow shoe adornment.
Our team loved the floral designs by Corey Jacobson at AK Bouquet & Event Designs. We particularly loved the varying shades of green from the dark curling ivy and natural fillers mixed with white roses, petals and Queen Anne's Lace.
Photography- Chugach Peaks
Wedding Planner - Laura Wilson, La Boum Events
Ceremony Venue- Our Lady of Snows Chapel
Reception Venue- Alyeska Resort
Cake- Alyeska Resort
Florist- AK Bouquet & Event Designs
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To adventure! - Laura
"I love cooking and getting lost in a good book. The best day in the office is jumping on a helicopter and escaping into the wilds of Alaska with a couple for an incredible experience."
Laura Wilson has been a collaborative planner and coordinator with La Boum Events since 2013. She has produced hundreds of events from corporate, to family parties, non-profit events, weddings and elopements.
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