I find myself feeling right at home when life's going a thousand miles per hour. You know when there's like a million things to do or places to be all at once. For me, it creates this sense of clarity. It makes me look at life a little deeper. Focus more on the littlest of details.
The mountains were definitely showing off for Peyton and Mason during their wedding day in Girdwood, Alaska. These two along with many members of their families, traveled from Michigan to celebrate this momentous moment together.
Their wedding was an absolute dream to be apart of and I am so excited to share some of my favorite moments with you.
Peyton and Mason’s day kicked off at this cute Air B & B that was only a short distance from Alyeska Resort. This beautiful 3 story home with an accessible rooftop was the perfect place in Girdwood, Alaska to host their wedding. The venue also had plenty of space to accommodate them and their 20 guests.
Inside the venue Peyton and Mason remained on separate floors while getting ready. While Peyton was upstairs having her hair done, Mason remained on the lower level and hung out with their daughter. Peyton hired a wonderful local Alaska hairstylist who created this beautiful updo that looked great all day.
And just when I thought that Peyton couldn’t get any cooler she does. After having her hair and makeup done, she sat on the floor surrounded by buckets of flowers. She began placing these flowers into arrangements which eventually turned into floral centerpieces for their wedding.
A little fun fact about Peyton is that she is also a small business owner. She owns a super cute floral shop in Michigan called Parker’s Petals which is named after her daughter.
The rooftop is where their ceremony took place. The views of the mountains were simply too beautiful to not take notice of. With family, friends and and their officiant present these two exchanged vows and rings before exchanging a first kiss as husband and wife.
Following their wedding ceremony the three of us set out to explore several popular locations in the area. The first location was a woodsy waterfall location and the second was a field with mountain views.
At the end of the night we all toasted to the newly married couple. Shortly after they cut the cake, I said my goodbyes and wished them both safe travels on their flight back home!